It's a week to recognize nurses across the country and the North. We asked northern nurses to reflect on what Covid-19 is teaching them about their profession.
“You tap out of reality for a while.” Northern Indigenous artists explain how they are leaning on painting, beading, and sculpting to get through Covid-19.
The NWT government says a section of Highway 8, the Dempster Highway connecting the Yukon and NWT, will close to all traffic as of 5pm on Friday.
Federal Covid-19 benefits received by NWT residents and students won't affect income assistance payments, the territory's employment minister announced.
Some counsellors for NWT residential school survivors worry about the pandemic's potential impact. Others think past hardship may help some people get through.
"Everyone needs connection in their lives." The Rainbow Coalition is hosting Netflix parties as a way to give the city's youth somewhere safe to be, virtually.
The first pan-territorial virtual cabaret show airs this Friday. "There’s definitely been a learning curve," said one organizer. Other curves are expected.
As families hit hard financial times during Covid-19, some NWT residents and politicians think it's worth reopening the debate about guaranteed basic income.
When daycares in the NWT aren't sheltering children from the pandemic, they're confronted by another kind of threat: going broke. We spoke to three of them.
Yellowknife's food bank is seeing residents who never needed its help before. Meanwhile, it's becoming harder for the food bank to find volunteers.
A man followed a Yellowknife daycare group in his truck, yelling that they were violating distancing rules. "It's stressful enough as it is," said one parent.
Porcupine-quill earrings, a magazine, throat-singing lessons: Northern youth are using pandemic restrictions to get things done.