Yellowknife's momentary relief from the winter deep freeze is forecast to end on Monday night as temperatures dip back to -40C without wind chill.
Police in Hay River say they are investigating the "suspicious death of an adult male" in the town on Sunday morning.
An NWT walking challenge will no longer be known as the Walk to Tuk. Organizers said the name was "disrespectful and harmful" to residential school survivors.
The NWT on Friday reported 1,356 active cases of Covid-19, an increase of 82 in a day. Meanwhile, the GNWT clarified how its hospitalization data is reported.
A collision between two vehicles disrupted traffic on Yellowknife's Old Airport Road on Friday afternoon.
NWT artist Robbie Craig says he is "honoured" to become the 2022 artist for the Yukon Quest. His work will appear on posters, publications, and street banners.
Gold Terra, a company trying to restart gold mining around Yellowknife, is considering reopening the Robertson mine shaft if its project eventually goes ahead.
The NWT's active Covid-19 case count grew to 1,274, up 77 cases, representing a slight slowing in Omicron's spread. A second hospital admission was recorded.
Covid-19 exposure related to many flights and stores will no longer trigger a warning on the NWT government's exposure notifications webpage.
Travellers at the Hay River and Fort Smith airports, and those arriving into Fort Smith by winter road, will soon have access to Covid-19 rapid tests.
X-ray services at the Yellowknife Primary Care Centre are cancelled on Thursday and Friday in the latest manifestation of the NWT's healthcare staffing crisis.
The Mayor of Fort Smith says the community should "give up" on its pursuit of tourism dollars and look elsewhere for means of revitalizing the town's economy.