The NWT's health minister says work is ongoing to establish "real consequences for failing to protect Elders and taking advantage of them."
Yellowknife will stop fighting fires on the Ingraham Trail in five weeks. The local MLA is not at all convinced the GNWT will have a solution by April 1.
The NWT's health minister says she hopes to have "good news" regarding opening up travel between the territory and Yukon by the end of March.
The NWT rounded out its list of upcoming second-dose Covid-19 vaccine clinics by adding dates in Fort Resolution, Fort Liard, Norman Wells, and Fort Good Hope.
"An opportunity to catapult food into a new realm." Three Hay River businesses received a combined $410,000 from a federal and territorial agriculture fund.
Aurora College students are invited to apply for a $20,000 stipend designed to involve them in health research while they study.
Can table tennis make you a better hockey goalie? We're about to find out. Teenage goalies in Hay River will get two months of specialist training.
The latest figures show just over 1,300 NWT residents received their second dose of the vaccine against Covid-19 last week. Around 1,000 got their first dose.
The NWT is devising a strategy to sell its fish when a new Hay River processing plant opens. Attempts to revitalize the fish industry will rely on its success.
The NWT said there will be "more wildlife officers on the ground" enforcing the rules after recent reports of illegal caribou harvesting.
Mining for rare earth minerals will begin at Nechalacho in March. It'll create a small open-pit mine, considered a demonstration project, and around 30 jobs.
Seventeen NWT communities will host more Covid-19 vaccine clinics in the next two weeks, offering both first and second doses. Here are the details.