The Union of Northern Workers and the Northwest Territories government have begun negotiations on a new collective agreement.
The NWT's chief public health officer says residents snaking across the border to Wood Buffalo National Park this spring don't need to isolate on their return.
The NWT is reviewing how the territory's museum brings in revenue: everything from a new gift shop and corporate donations to whether you should pay to enter.
The Wildcat came back, the very next year. One of Yellowknife's first restaurants looks set to return this summer after skipping 2020.
Every year, the red-sided garter snakes are a big attraction at Wood Buffalo National Park. Here's the deal if you wanna see some snakes this spring.
Residents of Fort Smith said cell service appeared to be gradually returning on Wednesday afternoon after an outage lasting most of the day.
The NWT government strongly hinted a move toward adopting much of BC's school curriculum is likely in the coming two years – a switch from Alberta.
Formal recognition for NWT kickboxers means they'll be able to compete for the territory down south and more events can be held in the North.
Some parts of the NWT are about to get a 30-degree swing in temperature, the forecast suggests. Expect highs of 10C or warmer in some communities by Thursday.
A week-long trace amount of coronavirus in samples from Fort Smith's sewage has now disappeared. A similar trace is being monitored in Fort Liard.
The federal government agreed to contribute almost $400,000 toward the reopening of Yellowknife's visitor centre, this time inside the Centre Square Mall.
Police are looking for two men after an operation at Yellowknife's Sandstone and Birchwood apartment buildings on Wednesday evening.