Two years ago, Fort Smith received $155,000 in federal climate change funds to complete a slope stabilization study. That study is still unfinished.
Edward Lennie (Inglangasuk), a respected Beaufort Delta Elder, passed away. He was recognized nationally for his role as "the father of northern games."
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources told Dehcho residents to stop feeding wildlife, noting “several reports” of people feeding foxes.
Yellowknifer Darcy Blampied won $12,940 after correctly predicting the results of 13 NFL games on a Sport Select pools lottery ticket.
As the race to find a temporary day shelter for Yellowknife continues, the territorial government confirmed a new, permanent shelter is set to be built by 2023.
New 48-bed long-term care facilities in Hay River and Inuvik are on hold because construction costs have risen, creating "a shortfall of $31.5 million."
The NWT faces criticism for not yet spending any of a $60-million housing fund. But behind that figure, things are more complicated. We tried to figure it out.
Northern residents are being asked for feedback on the affordability and quality of phone and data services – particularly those offered by Northwestel.
Andrew Fox is the NWT's new Information and Privacy Commissioner, while Nicole MacNeil becomes the new executive director of the NWT Human Rights Commission.
It’ll be chicken and fries for dinner in Fort Smith on Halloween thanks to a donation from Second Harvest Food Rescue. The food is being given out on Saturday.
A housing project for NWT seniors received a combined $38.8 million from the federal and territorial governments. It'll create more than 100 units.
Monday night's outage in the South Slave was caused by a “failed substation component” at the Taltson hydro site. The failed parts were replaced on Wednesday.