One of the world's largest cargo aircraft landed in Yellowknife, carrying an attack helicopter bound for winter testing. We had cameras inside the fence.
In this week's Sunday briefing: new Cabin Radio merch, whether fewer MLAs is better, power limiters, and another view of Stanton obstetrics.
NWT residents are being asked for their input on whether to keep a 19-MLA system or reduce the number of MLAs to 16, removing some seats in urban centres.
Fort Resolution was "in disarray" when six workers were laid off in the spring of 2019. They never got their jobs back but later saw others doing the work.
The GNWT says nobody has so far been sent on unpaid leave for failure to comply with its new vaccination policy for staff.
The NWT government has changed the way Covid-19 data is published, switching from daily to weekly community updates. Track the pandemic in the NWT here.
The commissioner who protects the NWT's languages has told politicians her office is being "undermined" by a lack of response to any of its recommendations.
Yellowknife added five Covid-19 cases on Thursday following reports of exposure at the city's Mildred Hall and Range Lake North schools.
The GNWT said it has no plan to provide backdated Covid-19 hazard pay requested by hospital staff. Meanwhile, nurses wrote to MP Michael McLeod requesting help.
Work to overhaul the NWT's Education Act, initially earmarked for completion in 2022, will not now be finished until well after the next territorial election.
Childcare is the top concern for families forced south to Edmonton after birthing services in Yellowknife shut down. No promises of extra help are being made.
MLAs studying how to deal with limiters – devices that cut power to the homes of indebted customers – say a crisis fund paid into by all ratepayers would help.