New at-home Covid-19 tests will help detect asymptomatic cases in kids, cutting spread in NWT schools. But for the plan to work, enough families must volunteer.
The GNWT online cannabis store – not a hit with customers, to put it mildly – has closed. Yellowknife-based private retailer ReLeaf has launched a replacement.
Police in Yellowknife say a 27-year-old man broke into one of the city's hotels and stole an unspecified quantity of Covid-19 vaccine.
Anyone working for the territorial government must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 by the end of November, the GNWT said, upgrading its previous stance.
Gayla Thunstrom, a longtime member of the Union of Northern Workers' leadership team, is taking over from Todd Parsons as its new president.
Residents of five NWT communities head to the polls on Monday. Here's where to vote in Fort Smith, Hay River, Norman Wells, Fort Simpson, and Inuvik.
Flu shots will be available in Yellowknife from Thursday. Details for other communities are to be announced. Flu is expected to be a bigger problem this winter.
In this week's briefing: booster shots, how we illustrate the news, your letters about QR codes and an aquatic centre in Yellowknife, and another election day.
A woman has been medevaced to Alberta after being found seriously injured in the middle of Highway 3 outside Fort Providence. Police appealed for information.
The NWT will begin offering Covid-19 booster shots to residents as young as 50, a local decision that outpaces the speed at which national guidance is evolving.
Parents of kids who attended an Inuvik junior kindergarten on Wednesday, October 13 are told "to immediately isolate and arrange testing for their children."
The NWT reported 22 new Covid-19 cases, its lowest number of new cases in weeks. Even so, there were many exposure notices for Yellowknife and Inuvik.