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.
A new map of Yellowknife will highlight homes with fun displays supporting front-line workers. Teddy bears, hearts, stained-glass murals... collect them all.
For the first time, a three-day event uniting Gwich’in communities from Alaska, the Yukon, and the NWT won’t be happening. The coronavirus is to blame.
NWT childcare facilities, open throughout the pandemic, will get millions of dollars in financial help – plus subsidies for parents who must head out to work.
A 17-year-old from Yellowknife who was reported missing in Edmonton on New Year's Eve has now been located safe and sound.