A cold-water survival course culturally and geographically adapted for Inuvialuit communities is visibly improving water safety, those involved say.
Four of the five candidates hoping to become the NWT’s next MP answered questions on a range of issues facing the territory. Read some of the highlights.
The owner of Yellowknife's Coyote's Bistro is running a contest that will see someone take over his food truck next summer. You have about two weeks to enter.
Residential tipping fees will be waived at Yellowknife’s dump from September 10 to 12.
On Friday, the territory announced six new Covid-19 cases and 76 resolved cases, bringing the total number of active cases in the NWT to 194.
The Conservative Party’s NWT candidate for the federal election, Lea Mollison, lives in Thunder Bay, Ontario.
Health Canada has approved the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine for youth ages 12 to 17.
All commercial air passengers will be required to be vaccinated against Covid-19 by the fall, the federal government has announced.
The Arctic Inspiration Prize organizers have put a call out for letters of intent so teams can receive feedback ahead of the October 13 deadline.
The Green Party has announced Yellowknifer Roland Laufer as its candidate for the September 20 federal election.
The Hay River District Education Authority confirmed it will not be offering busing this upcoming school year as the service has gotten too expensive to offer.
The territorial government warned community transmission of Covid-19 was beginning in Yellowknife and said all public spaces should be considered exposure sites.