We don’t have room to share the thousands of photos we published this year, but here’s a small sample that reflect 2021 in the Northwest Territories.
A sewing program in Behchokǫ̀ called Come Sew with Auntie started up in January. It's been healing for both participants and the organizer during the pandemic.
It wouldn't be right for a year to pass in the NWT without concern over faxed medical records ending up in the wrong place. Two recent incidents stand out.
Parking is free in downtown Yellowknife from Thursday until December 31. At the solid waste facility, residential tipping fees will be waived on Boxing Day.
The NWT's health authority "lost an important opportunity" to learn, the privacy commissioner said, after a patient's records were left on a washroom floor.
NWT patients who use some drugs have half a year to switch to copycat versions called biosimilars. It's a money-saving tactic some provinces have already used.
All unvaccinated passengers in rows seven to 13 of an Air Canada flight from Calgary to Yellowknife on December 18 must isolate for 10 days from exposure.
NHL alumni and Hayley Wickenheiser will play an all-star game at Hay River’s Polar Pond Hockey this spring. The event will focus on climate change awareness.
A WestJet flight from Calgary to Yellowknife on December 13 is the subject of the NWT’s latest Covid-19 exposure notice.
Covid-19 booster shots are now available to NWT residents aged 16 and older. They had previously been available in the territory only to adults.
A fresh set of grants worth $500,000 has been handed out through the NWT's mining incentive program, bringing the total for the year to $1.5 million.
Northwestern, the airline connecting Fort Smith to Yellowknife, is moving its Yellowknife passenger service from the main air terminal to Air Tindi's new base.