Yellowknife North MLA Rylund Johnson is calling on the territorial government to commit long-term funding to the Covid-19 Spruce Bough facility.
Jackson Lafferty, Monfwi MLA, resigned from his position on Friday morning after spending 16 years representing the Tłı̨chǫ communities in his riding.
Cynthia White was appointed Fort Smith’s new senior administrative (SAO) officer in late May.
The territorial government plans to spend $110 million on highway improvements across the NWT this year. Here's where you will find roadwork this summer.
The Islamic Centre of Yellowknife hopes to get the frame of its new mosque built this summer – but first, it needs to raise another $100,000.
A Fort Smith woman described shoes at a local church – placed to honour Kamloops Residential School children – being removed by a man and tossed in a dumpster.
A collaborative project is encouraging citizen scientists to identify endangered whooping crane nests in Wood Buffalo National Park using satellite images.
The early figures for campground bookings at NWT territorial parks show an increase on 2020's numbers, which were themselves record-breaking.
An argument is breaking out over the future of Hay River's student bus services, which may be scrapped. Money is running out: whose fault that is, you decide.
Communities should more frequently use preemptive fireguards – controlled burns carried out ahead of time – to protect against wildfires, an NWT expert said.
"No detection" doesn't mean no Covid-19. NWT officials are studying why sewage samples sometimes don't find any trace, even when we know there are cases.
The 2021 fire season is off to a predictably slow start, but the Beaufort Delta and Sahtu are drier than normal and August could bring trouble in the Dehcho.