The first beer cans produced by Yellowknife's NWT Brewing Company are designed to promote conservation of the territory's at-risk caribou.
A boil-water advisory implemented for Sachs Harbour has now been lifted, the territorial government said on Monday afternoon.
Four passengers and a pilot are recovering after a float plane rolled over while landing on a lake about 30 km northeast of Fort Smith on Saturday.
Fort Simpson Territorial Park's campground will reopen on Friday with limited capacity, NWT Parks says, as restoration work continues after May’s flooding.
RoseAnne Archibald of Taykwa Tagamou Nation in northeastern Ontario, is the first woman to be elected as national chief of the Assembly of First Nations.
Yellowknifers seeing black smoke near the Yellowknife airport don't need to worry. The airport's fire department is conducting training until 4pm.
The Yellowknife Artists Co-operative has applied to run the Wildcat Café, envisaging a collaborative arts space as a step toward a permanent centre for artists.
Four levels of government will form a working group to address the NWT's ongoing housing crisis. Meanwhile, $25 million has been unlocked to build more units.
The owner of Hay River’s Mackenzie Place highrise is trying to sell the building to any interested party before it is sold in a tax arrears auction next month.
Forty bikes are set to be auctioned at YK's Rotary Club bike auction on July 10. Funds raised will go toward building the first phase of the city's bike park.
Police and the fire marshal are investigating a house fire in Fort Simpson. While nobody was hurt, the house was badly damaged and a GoFundMe has been launched.
The Dene Nation will vote for a national chief in mid-September. Norman Yakeleya, who is finishing his first three-year term, plans to run again.