Twenty-four teenagers from Nunavut and the Dehcho are heading out onto the lakes east of Yellowknife to develop their canoeing skills with experienced guides.
Water levels in some NWT lakes and rivers are setting records. It's giving fishers a tricky time but others are having fun, like paddlers – and mosquitoes.
Up to $100,000 in bursaries will be awarded to post-secondary students impacted by the pandemic.
Rosa Loutit, a Métis woman from Hay River, is vying for the chance to appear on the cover of Maxim magazine. She hopes her journey can empower Indigenous women.
"They'll have lifelong skills to support their families." A five-week program will give Tłı̨chǫ students experience working on the new all-season road.
Tuktoyaktuk will receive $5.5 million to combat climate change from Ottawa, including money to relocate residents affected by erosion of the peninsula.
North Arm Territorial Park, near Behchokǫ̀, is expanding. The roadside park is set to upgrade from a simple day-use area to a campground with 15 campsites.
A researcher studying northern water quality and permafrost won a $10,000 scholarship. With two kids, Erika Hille said, "the extra support is really nice."
Is the NWT getting it right on Covid-19, moving too fast, or moving too slowly? We looked at how the territory's pandemic recovery compares to the nation.
The Dechinta Centre for Research and Learning will receive a Mastercard Foundation grant designed to help it meet the needs of northern Indigenous communities.
Yellowknife's Capitol Theatre just received an exemption that'll let it reopen soon. In Hay River, the Riverview Cineplex expects to return in August.
Yellowknife's annual Ramble and Ride will transform into an online extravaganza lasting more than three weeks. Here's what to expect from July 10.