Yellowknife's firefighters may soon stop responding to fires along the Ingraham Trail – but trail residents wonder who will help if the city doesn’t.
As the Trump administration edges closer to opening up oil and gas drilling in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Gwich’in communities are taking action.
As Covid-19 pushes everything online, an IT business in the NWT's high Arctic has stepped up to keep communities in the virtual loop.
This year's Dark Sky Festival, based in Fort Smith, is using live video and home-made rockets to replicate the drama of festivals pre-pandemic.
A large silt plume spreading through Great Slave Lake is being attributed to high water levels in the Slave River. It's not helping a tough year for fishers.
Leaders across NWT industry sectors expressed surprise and dismay at Katrina Nokleby's removal from her posts in charge of industry and infrastructure.
"Meat's so expensive. People appreciate it so much." The Islamic Centre of Yellowknife donated Qurbani – or sacrificed meat – to a range of community groups.
Leela Gilday performed in front of a Yellowknife skyline, Carmen Braden brought a tiny piano, and more NWT arts heavy-hitters dotted the trails for three weeks.
The Woodyard turned to takeout when it couldn't seat customers during the pandemic – and staff were shocked by its popularity. "We had to relearn our business."
The NWT government is proposing big changes to Aurora College's governance model as it transitions to a polytechnic university.
The 16th annual Tłįcho Gathering will be held virtually over August 11 and 12 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Northwest Territories will receive nearly $1.9 million in funding to support Indigenous projects including tourism initiatives.