Rescued from scrap to sail Great Slave Lake, the Nahidik is spending the week on the East Arm with NWT students on board, studying the depths.
For the first time since Covid-19 restrictions hit, squash players from different Yellowknife households will be allowed to play each other.
Life in the Arctic will soon mean less ice and snow, and more open water and rain. Two scientists who studied that change in detail explain their findings.
One of the biggest tour operators in the Northwest Territories is doing something new as aurora season starts: targeting locals.
Aklak Air will add a second flight to its weekly service schedule as it looks to recover from initial disruption to flights brought on by Covid-19.
A new Gwich'in project is building Indigenous knowledge into wildfire response. Meet a crew from Fort Yukon working to fight extreme fires in California.
"What the heck we are supposed to do to create safety for families?" Janice McKenna explains how her funeral home figured that out over the past six months.
The Dene Nation continues to “work very diligently” on plans for a water summit in the territory, designed to tackle a range of threats to water quality.
"It’s not someone else’s issue. It’s the whole community’s issue." Across the NWT, people are spending Thursday marking World Suicide Prevention Day.
"Our rightful place is leading the future of the North." Read our interview with the Gwich'in Tribal Council's new grand chief and deputy grand chief.
Police in Aklavik located and detained Scott Alexander Kaglik "without incident," almost a month after first issuing a warrant for his arrest.
Staycations helped many tour operators through the summer, but that market may be about to evaporate. Will locals pay for something they can see from home?