It all started with a portable oven and a pet pig. PizzaPig, run by Leanne and Scott Clouthier, just made its debut appearance at the Fisherman’s Wharf.
A $4.2-million chipseal project is under way in Fort Simpson – except it'll miss out one small section of road belonging to the GNWT. That's causing problems.
The sun was shining, the temperature was perfect, and the bugs finally let up for the Elders' cookout at the Lı́ı́dlı̨ı̨ Kų́ę́ Fırst Natıon.
The village of Fort Simpson is dealing with the fallout after allegations that out-of-territory visitors came to the community and did not properly isolate.
A new seasonal bridge in Fort Simpson becomes a critical part of a project to form a loop of trails around the island. The views aren't bad, either.
Hay River's Fisherman's Wharf market reopens next weekend inside a new pavilion that town officials hope becomes a focal point for the community.
Pandemic-safe Chase the Ace is back up and running in Fort Providence. Outdoor draws, volunteers serving vehicles, and Facebook Live are all part of it.
Fort Simpson's rec centre has increased its hours and programming, while an off-leash dog park for the community is coming soon.
High temperatures have triggered an Environment Canada heat warning in parts of the Dehcho region.
Even before Covid-19, Fort Simpson's liquor store limited what you could buy. Residents who asked last year for the restrictions to be lifted are still waiting.
A helicopter company is providing airlifts after high water levels and debris suspended ferry service across the Liard River to and from Fort Simpson.
A Hay River businessman accuses the town council of interfering with his years-long quest to obtain a lease on NWT government property in the community.