Private cash, Indigenous-led conservation. It raised eyebrows in BC, but now an Indigenous leader says it worked. The same thing is being considered in the NWT.
How will climate change affect Giant Mine's cleanup? Are there new ways to assess water? These are among six newly funded cumulative impact monitoring projects.
New regulations, under public review, are set to help NWT parents request changes to child support payment amounts without going to court.
Ecologist Jennifer Baltzer is the new Canada Research Chair in Forests and Global Change, studying the effects of permafrost thaw and wildfires on NWT forests.
A new healthcare recruitment plan promises more listening and work to hire from within NWT communities. Many of the featured initiatives are already under way.
Yellowknifers can now get their hair styled by award-winning Emma Taylor, who brought home gold from a national trades competition.
Results are in from the first phase of a survey meant to assess awareness and trust related to the Giant Mine cleanup. The conclusion? Key voices are missing.
The hamlet of Aklavik is on standby after an ice jam caused high water levels in Tsiigehtchic earlier this week.
In a new paper, Yellowknife's Marlisa Brown sets out how governments could help people better understand land claims, treaties and the self-government process.
A man passed away in Tuktoyaktuk after a house fire on Wednesday morning, RCMP said. The fire's cause isn't clear but police said foul play is not suspected.
Climate change affects so many aspects of NWT forests that figuring out how they will change in future is extremely hard. A new report takes a first step.
Fort McPherson's Chief Wanda Pascal has been protecting the Porcupine caribou for decades. Finally, she had the chance to take that message to the US capital.