The arrest of a Grande Prairie man accused of child exploitation prompted NWT police to suggest parents talk to their children about online safety.
Union of Northern Workers president Todd Parsons said the government's latest offer was "an insult." Negotiations are into their third year.
The project hopes to help Inuit, Inuvialuit, Dene, and Métis people who are at risk of suicide, jail time, or both, on the territory's streets.
The list of 40 principals, selected from schools across Canada, was published by public education charity The Learning Partnership on Wednesday.
Hay River RCMP have arrested and charged a fourth person over the death of a man in the community late last month.
Aklavik mayor Andrew Charlie believes drug dealers could be the biggest winners of a coming shift in the way income support is paid. Here's a backgrounder.
Negotiations for a new labour deal affecting 4,000 GNWT staff enter their third year this week. The union may take steps to force a conclusion in 2018.
Cross-country skier Jesse Cockney is the latest athlete with Northwest Territories roots to be named to Team Canada for the 2018 Winter Olympics.
The 28-year-old was initially reported missing on Thursday. Complicating the task of finding him, police were not able to provide a photo.
The National Energy Board approved plans to repair an Enbridge pipeline vital to oil production in Norman Wells, which has been shut off since late 2016.
See the full list of selected athletes and coaches for Team NT at the 2018 Arctic Winter Games in Hay River and Fort Smith, plus stats about the team.
Four-time nordic skiing Olympians Sharon Firth and Shirley Firth-Larsson, born in Aklavik, star in new Canada Post stamps celebrating women in winter sports.