Avens is receiving $25,000 to help a greenhouse that promotes social inclusion and healthy ageing. Other NWT groups are receiving federal cash for seniors, too.
Around $640,000 from the federal government is helping 19 groups in the NWT get food out to people who need it.
"We're not on the list." Smaller communities feeling left out of internet upgrades welcomed a campaign to demonstrate the NWT's slow speeds and high prices.
Industry leaders say the NWT doesn't need to spend $86 million on a new mini-department responsible for Covid-19. Premier Caroline Cochrane says it's necessary.
Buying a fish from Yellowknife's government dock on Friday will help Fish on the Bay raise money for a 19-year-old who was seriously injured in a car accident.
Yellowknife's drive-through Covid-19 testing station reopened on Tuesday morning. Here's the latest advice on who should use it and how.
YWCA NWT will use a $6,000 grant from law firm Field Law to distribute pads and tampons to women across the territory who may otherwise struggle to afford them.
Yellowknife, Hay River, and Fort Smith have all applied to the GNWT for exemptions to open their recreation centres.
Fort Simpson's dogs have a new hangout. The community's dog park opened just in time for the last long weekend of the summer.
The RCMP Historical Case Unit is conducting an operation near Behchokǫ̀ related to Charlene Catholique’s disappearance nearly 30 years ago.
Drive-through Covid-19 testing in Yellowknife will resume from Monday, September 8. The NWT government is anticipating an uptick in tests as we head into fall.
Jackie Whelly, a teacher at Líídlįį Kúę Elementary School, is hoping to inspire her Grade 6 class with weekly motivational videos created by former students.