Rami Kassem told Cabin Radio he is losing employees to Yukon, where local laws allow immigrants to more quickly gain permanent residency.
The Mackenzie Valley Review Board issued its approval in a report extending to more than 400 pages, a major step in a process which has taken almost two years.
The lineup for this year's Folk on the Rocks is essentially complete as a third and final roster of confirmed artists is released by festival organizers.
A Philadelphia ice carver who competed at this year's Inspired Ice in Yellowknife has backed the organizers' decision to let local residents dismantle his art with sledgehammers.
The territory's chief public health officer, Dr Andre Corriveau, issued an advisory on Thursday urging residents to watch closely for signs of the disease.
Organizers of Yellowknife's Long John Jamboree say they were obliged to destroy ice carvings created during last week's festival, amid complaints online.
Northern companies must re-examine their safety cultures after the 2016 death of a teenaged construction worker in Inuvik, a new report states.
Inquiry organizers say registration for family members and survivors wishing to share their truths will close on April 20 this year.
Police turned up at Yellowknife's airport on Sunday afternoon after being told a 26-year-old man from Aklavik was "causing a problem" on board the flight.
Yellowknife Airport hosted an unusually large guest on Monday morning as a Norwegian Air Boeing 787 made an emergency diversion to the Northwest Territories.
Greenland athletes heading home from the Arctic Winter Games had to exit their bus through the emergency escape when it went off the road.
Athletes from the Northwest Territories won more than 100 ulus at the 2018 Arctic Winter Games. Here's the full breakdown of who won what.