Savannah’s Family Restaurant in Yellowknife, known for East African food, will close in December. The family behind the business is moving to Edmonton.
The end of Fort Simpson's ferry season means food arrives by chopper for the weeks ahead. It's a costly time, made worse this year by the global supply crunch.
Flatbeds of derelict cars have at last been shipped out of a Fort Liard gravel pit where dumping and hazardous materials were becoming a concern.
The Deh Gáh Got’ı̨ę First Nation expects to hold an election for chief and council on November 25. Chief Joachim Bonnetrouge won't seek re-election.
The Dene Nation will hold its rescheduled election of a national chief in December and, for the first time, use an online voting system to do so.
Elections are scheduled next month in 10 Northwest Territories hamlets. The deadline to submit nominations is November 15.
Nobody came forward to run Fort Simpson's warming shelter, so the building will remain operated by the village at the former Unity Store.
Ferry season in the Northwest Territories is wrapping up. Ferries serving Wrigley and Fort Simpson are set to shut down for the winter later this week.
A plane forced into an emergency landing outside Fort Providence on Monday left Yellowknife without enough fuel, causing both engines to fail, Air Tindi says.
The Red Cross began wide-ranging work to help Fort Simpson's long-term flood recovery, focusing on residents' mental health and the village's emergency plan.
Everyone is safe after an Air Tindi flight destined for Fort Simpson made an emergency landing about eight kilometres north of Fort Providenceon Monday evening.
Air North's Ottawa-Whitehorse flights via Yellowknife return in April. Air Canada, though, will only reinstate some routes "when commercial factors make sense."