A challenge that saw NWT residents dump mud on themselves has raised more than $76,000 for the Stanton Territorial Hospital Foundation.
A warming shelter being established in Fort Simpson is opening on Friday night for emergency use because of cold temperatures in the area.
Yellowknife's Mali Straker and Janet Rose will play Ontario University Athletics basketball starting next September. "I have big dreams," said Rose.
"We're all going to have a tremendous case of cabin fever." Canada's deputy prime minister believes the NWT tourism industry will recover rapidly post-pandemic.
"We have seen children donate their birthday money to the animals." The Village of Fort Simpson urged other NWT communities to step up and donate to the SPCA.
The NWT Curling Association will receive $5,000 a year for the next three years to help purchase equipment and support “grassroots youth curling programs.”
Three people were arrested after Yellowknife RCMP seized cocaine at a city apartment building. So far, one person has been charged.
Nahɂą Dehé Dene Band in Nahanni Butte elected Steve Vital as its new chief. Vital defeated previous chief Darrell Betsaka by 58 votes to 20.
Yellowknife looks set to ask for money from the federal Rapid Housing Initiative, which could provide up to $25 million for affordable housing.
Yellowknife's Covid-19 testing facilities now have expanded hours so more people can be tested after the virus turned up in recent wastewater samples.
After being postponed twice due to the pandemic, the Acho Dene Koe First Nation will hold an election for chief and council on April 14, 2021.
The NWT Disabilities Council is working to create a Yellowknife building that offers accessible housing for people with disabilities.