The Northwest Territories is now covered by the federal CovidAlert app, allowing residents to report Covid-19 diagnoses for contact tracing purposes.
The NWT returned to zero active reported cases of Covid-19, a figure not seen in any other comparable area of North America. The risk, though, remains.
The new all-season road to and from Whatì will be known as Highway 9 or the Tłı̨chǫ Highway, the territorial and Tłı̨chǫ governments confirmed on Tuesday.
Telecoms regulator the CRTC gave interim approval for rollout of Northwestel's unlimited internet packages across the North. They'll be available on December 1.
New measures are needed to help people suffering intimate partner violence during Covid-19, a report declared, suggesting pandemic apps could include supports.
The NWT government will resume collecting some fees at airports from January 1, ending one set of pandemic relief measures for northern aviation businesses.
NWT residents can expect a test emergency alert on their phones, TVs, and radios on Wednesday morning.
The City of Yellowknife on Monday said applications for its 2021 Community Grant Funding program are now being accepted.
Fort Smith artist Melanie Jewell is among 13 Canadians whose work graces this year's Purolator holiday boxes.
De Beers is asking regulators for permission to reroute a section of the ice road to its Gahcho Kué diamond mine. It would cut 52 km from each round trip.
Fire crews responded to a burning vehicle on Yellowknife's Franklin Avenue outside the city's CBC studios. Traffic was diverted from the scene.
The new owners of Northview, the NWT's largest landlord, suspended a "web payment fee" for some rent payments after the NWT's rental officer voiced concern.