This Thursday marks the first official National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. People across the territory told us how they plan to observe it.
As Green Party leader Annamie Paul stepped down, Yellowknife's Courtney Howard – third in the party's 2020 leadership race – said she did not plan to run again.
The Liberals, like all major parties, made a raft of promises to Indigenous peoples during the election. Indigenous leaders in the NWT look at what's next.
New films featuring polar bears, elk, and even a mosquito take consent "beyond being a yes-or-no thing." They were created and voiced by northern youth.
With nobody to oppose him, longtime Inuvik councillor Clarence Wood has been formally acclaimed as the town's next mayor. He found out via Facebook.
Home gardeners in the Yellowknife area, rest easy: your veggies might contain a bit more arsenic than those in the supermarket, but not enough to cause concern.
NWT artists in "survival mode" said a new strategy, designed to grow the sector in the next decade, must be backed by "real political desire to make change."
With grainy images, Yellowknife RCMP sought help identifying a "potential person of interest" in their investigation of July's suspicious fire at a city church.
“There's a lot going on. Now, we need a place to do it.” Fort McPherson's Teetl'it Gwich'in Band Council is seeking nearly $8 million for a cultural building.
Creating art mentorships, improving access to funding, and increasing the number of arts spaces are among goals in a new, 10-year arts strategy for the NWT.
"Every kid should have a full stomach." Students at Fort Resolution's Deninu School have more food to get them through the day thanks to a classmate's campaign.
The GNWT announced 16 new cases of Covid-19 Wednesday evening, bringing the total active case count to 199.