Northern mountain caribou in the Mackenzie Mountains may be deemed a "species of special concern." Doing so would oblige governments to introduce new plans.
The GNWT said it will again extend expiration dates on drivers' licences, general ID cards, and certificates of registration. The new date is September 1.
Gymnastics and speed skating are the latest sports to receive exemptions for a limited return to play in Yellowknife, joining a hockey camp approved earlier.
The Kátł’odeeche First Nation overwhelmingly passed a land law giving it power over its land and resources, which were previously governed by the Indian Act.
Yellowknife Pride moves mostly online for five days of events beginning on August 4. Here's what's happening.
You can't sing or play wind instruments in schools this fall. So what can you do? At one Yellowknife school, it means recorders are out and ukuleles are in.
It's the Yellowknife wedding of the summer, and the cake is made of fish heads. Gabby, a poodle diagnosed with cancer, is to marry Bojack, a northern special.
With Covid-19 the dominant worry, health officials in the NWT remain concerned about a syphilis outbreak. The pandemic's impact on that outbreak isn't clear.
If you could run the territory better – or if you've just got ideas – here's your chance. The NWT government will hold four sessions to discuss its next budget.
The City of Yellowknife says garbage and recycling are now being better managed, a year after concerns arose about recycling heading straight to the landfill.
The Hay River Soup Kitchen has reopened with limited hours this week to help serve meals to those who need them.
A new children’s book rooted in Fort Providence seeks to showcase Dene life nearly 70 years ago, through the eyes of a four-year-old Dene boy.