Both victor Michael McLeod and second-placed Kelvin Kotchilea suggested Monday night's election would have been a different story without Covid-19 in the NWT.
For 45 years, students at JH Sissons attended a Yellowknife school named for an NWT judge. Now, the district seeks naming suggestions for Sissons' replacement.
With almost all votes counted, Liberal Michael McLeod declared he had overcome a strong challenge from the NDP's Kelvin Kotchilea to win a third term as NWT MP.
The NWT's chief public health officer has confirmed the territory's second death from Covid-19. There were 62 new cases reported territory-wide since Friday.
The Foster Family Coalition, arguing youth with "higher needs" fare better in the NWT than the south, pledged improved supports for caregivers who come forward.
People who attended Hay River's Chase the Ace on Friday evening or the town's Doghouse bar are told to monitor themselves for symptoms of Covid-19.
The election's outcome will shape Canada's response to climate change in the years ahead. NWT leaders and young residents, in particular, are watching closely.
Open houses this week examine the draft of Yellowknife's new zoning bylaw. Now is the time to pay attention if you're interested in how the city is developed.
A Twin Otter will carry out a Yellowknife flyby on Sunday to remember the Battle of Britain and a 1971 air crash near Paulatuk in which eight people died.
The New Democrats told Premier Caroline Cochrane they would "make life easier" in the NWT if elected, replying to a letter the territory sent to major parties.
Still unsure who's getting your vote on Monday? Read short summaries of NWT candidates' responses during CBC North's federal election forum.
It's virtually certain there'll be no last-minute change to let isolating people vote. The NWT's chief public health officer called the situation "unfortunate."