A whooping cough outbreak was declared in the NWT's Dehcho region after seven cases of the infection were confirmed in Jean Marie River and Fort Simpson.
The Covid-19 vaccine arrives in Ulukhaktok and 10 other remote NWT communities this week. Sign-up figures are strong despite some hesitancy among residents.
The Canadian Francophone Games will come to Yellowknife in July 2025. The city originally bid to host the event in 2023. Covid-19 has delayed it by two years.
Parks Canada submitted a key document designed to save Wood Buffalo National Park's status as a world heritage site, while committing nearly $60M in funding.
Thanks to a hugely successful fundraising campaign, Avens not only purchased a disability-friendly seniors' shuttle but upgraded to a better model.
The NWT announced two new Covid-19 cases: one in a non-resident mine worker, another in a Yellowknife resident. Passengers on an affected flight were contacted.
Yellowknife’s Community Fundraising Club hopes to raise $50,000 to help families in need this Christmas – but still needs another $26,000 to reach that goal.
A 58-year-old excavator operator has been found deceased at the site of an accident on the Mackenzie Highway.
Northland Utilities wrote on Facebook to say crews are onsite working on repairs and expect the power to be restored by 3pm on Tuesday.
The Gwich’in Development Corporation and Inuvialuit Development Corporation have partnered to create a new contracting company, called Delta North Alliance.
Police in Fort Simpson summoned an underwater recovery team to help search for the body of an excavator operator missing after an accident last week.
"It was a bit mad-scientist." A pandemic challenge to use up food led one Yellowknife resident to create a self-published book of cocktail recipes.