If you're wondering why our website is a little short on new stories right now, the short answer is: I'm at the Olympics.
The City of Yellowknife has begun reactivating its network of public security cameras following the adoption of a policy governing their use.
Yellowknife will have a new mayor in October this year after Mark Heyck announced he will not run for re-election.
The UNW escalated its strike threats to multiple fronts on Thursday as it published the results of a strike vote held among power corporation workers.
Finance minister Robert C McLeod has unveiled the NWT's 2018-19 budget. There are no significant cuts and some modest expenditure on new programs and services.
Some territorial government workers expressed concern as the Union of Northern Workers moved toward a strike vote deemed premature by their employer.
Despite an embryonic platform on which to build, the Northwest Territories is working on ways to promote development of automated and electric vehicles.
The territory has decided it would rather borrow money to cover any shortfall than ask departments to find cost savings for a third consecutive year.
A bill designed to shield the NWT's lottery revenues from federal taxation has become the battleground for a funding fight between sports and arts communities.
Misuse of the cameras to watch female residents from afar was among accusations against municipal enforcement manager Doug Gillard published in January.
RCMP say a man was left with serious injuries requiring hospital treatment following an incident on the evening of Wednesday, January 31.
Senior administrator Sheila Bassi-Kellett sought to reassure residents through a video message following allegations of workplace misconduct at City Hall.