Inuktitut children’s books destined for the NWT narrowly avoided potential destruction at the hands of border agents in Edmonton, their publisher said.
"I'm a pretty big fan of ice cream. So is my wife." Richard McIntosh and Christine Wenman will create their own flavours and sell them at their Old Town store.
NWT Tourism asked for residents' feedback as it decides how to market the territory during Covid-19. Here's how to take the survey – and some of the questions.
A fire broke out inside an empty building on Inuvik's Mackenzie Road. No injuries were reported and the fire is now under investigation, the town said.
A Tree of Honour ceremony remembered the many Indigenous women and girls lost to their families, as residents tied red ribbons to trees in central Yellowknife.
The NWT is celebrating craft-makers with a new, two-week festival. There's also an exhibit to check out at the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre.
Délı̨nę's Tsá Tué is the star as a TV show celebrating Canada's biosphere reserves begins its second season next week. Watch clips and hear from residents.
A legacy space dedicated to residential schools opened in a Yellowknife bank. The city and Yellowknives Dene First Nation believe a monument should be next.
On Orange Shirt Day, and as Canada turns southern residential schools into national historic sites, survivors examine how the NWT should remember what happened.
Getting counselling online can work just as well as doing so in person, a University of Alberta study found, with implications for services in the NWT.
"We're not activists. We're worried about our children's future." Gwich’in peoples meeting online reaffirmed their commitment to guard caribou calving grounds.
Residents of Paulatuk raised awareness of violence against women with a Take Back the Night march – the first the community has held in years.