The federal government is investing the cash over the next five years to secure Wood Buffalo National Park's UNESCO World Heritage Site status.
For the first time, Parks Canada helped facilitate a traditional ceremony to open the Nahanni National Park Reserve for the season.
In a Facebook post on Monday evening, Fort Smith resident Patti-Kay Hamilton shared photos of an apparent landslide that took out a popular ski hill.
Organizers in Fort Smith hope the sport sparks interest in small-engine mechanics among youth in the community.
Faced with an exodus of pilots, Northwestern Air Lease says its planned aviation school to nurture northern talent “is definitely going to happen.”
A three-day tournament, run annually by the Salt River First Nation, drew teams from across the NWT and Northern Alberta to Fort Smith.
The Slave River Coalition celebrated National Indigenous Peoples Day with a Celebrate the Water ceremony on the banks of the Slave River.
A company drilling at Pine Point says results are exciting, but must wait for more permits. The local First Nation says that process is "too complicated."
Ronnie Schaefer will rest the radar gun and hand calls about disorderly groundhogs and loose dogs to Ashleigh Stokes, who takes over on June 30.
Haley Cassie holds NWT records in varying 400m, 800m, 1000m, and 1500m races – even though this is only her third year competing.
The daycare will be located at 248 McDougal Road, which has remained a vacant lot since the previous daycare burned down in the early 2000s.
This year, the volunteer who organized all other volunteers at NWT Track and Field in Hay River is gone, and her absence is being felt.