The number of daily new Covid-19 cases nationwide has almost dropped far enough to trigger a loosening of isolation rules in the NWT, the latest data suggests.
In an unusual statement, Hay River's health authority said no client records were exposed in an unspecified incident at an unspecified location on Wednesday.
Hay River, Enterprise, and Fort Smith are being warned to expect persistent, heavy rain throughout Wednesday and into Thursday.
Last month's outbreak of Covid-19 at a Yellowknife school is over, the NWT government announced on Monday. Mandatory indoor masks remain for two more weeks.
RCMP in Yellowknife confirmed the sudden death of a 27-year-old woman in the city on Saturday afternoon. Police said the incident was not suspicious.
The Philippine Cultural Association of Yellowknife says its Independence Day celebration is now tentatively rescheduled for Sunday, if the weather improves.
Yellowknife RCMP say a 13-year-old who was reported missing in Yellowknife on Friday afternoon "has been located and is safe."
RCMP in Hay River have charged a 15-year-old boy said to have been drunk behind the wheel of an SUV when it hit a utility pole last week.
A boil-water advisory implemented for Behchokǫ̀ earlier this week has now been lifted, the territorial government said on Friday afternoon.
A non-resident worker based in Yellowknife has been diagnosed with Covid-19, the NWT's chief public health officer said on Thursday.
A fire broke out at a home in Yellowknife's Range Lake neighbourhood, closing off Dagenais Drive on either side of Glick Court.
The NWT plans to lift isolation for fully vaccinated residents in "early summer" and remove all restrictions by the fall – but it depends on three factors.