Sheila Bassi-Kellett, the City of Yellowknife’s senior administrator, received a Women of Influence award from a Canada-wide municipal governance group.
Farmers' markets have permission to open in phase one. Now they just have to figure out how to do it. We checked in with markets in Inuvik, YK, and Fort Smith.
Residents in Hay River reached a milestone 10th consecutive week of Friday birthday parades. Meanwhile, Inuvik RCMP are now appearing in parades by request.
This year's NorthWords literary festival will take place online from June 19-28. Featured writers include Jesse Thistle, Niigaan Sinclair, and Richard Van Camp.
"This is a form of planetary grief." In an online sharing circle, the NWT's Indigenous health and wellness advocates examined Covid-19's impact on communities.
Michelle Tuma is taking her practice on the road. The former NWT SPCA veterinarian is offering socially distanced house calls for Yellowknife pets.
The NWT SPCA and an Alberta shelter together drove thousands of kilometres for a dog exchange at the territory's border. Six rescue pups made the trip.
Need some reading inspiration? We asked NWT residents which books are keeping them gripped during this strange and uncertain year we're living through.
May should've been full of live opportunities for young NWT performers. Covid-19 ruined it, so they're pouring months of work into performances online instead.
John Mark Mabilog just wants to start working already. He and other NWT nursing graduates are having to wait as the pandemic delays their licensing exam.
Across the NWT, people are planning to reopen their lives to the limited extent allowed. At a Yellowknife long-term care home, the wait will be much longer.
Thursday is Indigenous Nurses Day. We spoke with Behchokò nurse Lianne Mantla-Look and her mom, Rosa, about the critical role Indigenous nurses play in the NWT.