NWT RCMP’s Operation Gingerbread will resume in December, using traffic stops and roadside checkpoints to ensure people aren't driving under the influence.
Yellowknife’s Dr David Pontin has been named one of Canada’s 2022 Family Physicians of the Year, marking the first time an NWT physician has received the award.
A local chef is warning other restaurants and caterers about a scam targeting their industry in Yellowknife.
While executing a search warrant in Yellowknife, RCMP found crack cocaine, material used to make crack-cocaine, a loaded semi-automatic handgun, and $3,400.
The Yellowknife Women’s Society has temporarily suspended its Common Ground program over the winter while it works through staffing shortages.
The #ShopYK program, which enters shoppers in a draw to win $5,000 worth of shopping spree prizes in exchange for supporting local businesses, starts next week.
A free 8-1-1 health line has launched in the NWT, connecting residents to registered nurses to answer their health questions and provide advice on symptoms.
Yellowknife is proposing three new bus routes to replace its three current bus routes, saying the new routes will be direct, frequent, and easy to use.
A trapper mentorship program has launched in the NWT, with a goal to help beginner trappers gain traditional life skills and knowledge from skilled trappers.
The integrity commissioner now has the authority to investigate complaints and recommend punishments without having to elevate complaints to a sole adjudicator.
The 7.47 percent proposed tax increase would support a budget focused maintaining infrastructure, developing capital projects, and running programming.
After receiving no bids from organizations to run shelters in Yellowknife and Inuvik, the GNWT continues to search for someone to do the job.