Michael St Amour will take over as the new mayor of Enterprise after the former mayor and a councillor recently resigned from their positions.
The new officer in charge of NWT RCMP's south district pledged to incorporate acts of reconciliation into policing.
The NWT government once again extended its public health emergency on Tuesday, ensuring the emergency will last until at least April 13.
"The bathtub is full and the tap is also on full stream." With water levels already high, Hay River is planning how to get through river breakup season.
After two years, RCMP closed an investigation into the 2019 Hay River highrise fire. Police concluded there was no evidence to support criminal charges.
A resident of Hay River whose house burned down earlier this month is warning those trying to help her family that not all donations may be reaching them.
A committee of NWT regular MLAs will ask homeowners and private landlords how the territory can improve supports and expand programs.
Three hundred muffins and some firewood, too. Youth in Fort Liard entered a program that saw them spend March helping Elders.
The process of rezoning an area of Hay River to allow development of new homes crept forward this week. Some residents maintain their opposition to the plan.
The Town of Hay River finalized bylaw changes that double traffic fines in many areas and delete early payment discounts, among other amendments.
Another NWT festival has confirmed its return. The South Slave’s Hay Days music and art festival will celebrate its 10th anniversary from June 29 to July 3.
Some NWT housing projects have been denied federal financial support because the GNWT still hasn't touched an existing, dedicated $60-million federal fund.