Communities are rallying to assist a Fort Providence family reported to have lost a child in a devastating house fire on Monday. Here are some ways to help.
The NWT gave its strongest indication yet that a new university will remain based in Fort Smith, as the town criticized how the polytechnic might be governed.
A fresh Covid-19 case in Inuvik has been confirmed, making it the NWT's sixth case to date. Two presumptive positives in Yellowknife are still pending.
Two people have been taken by medevac to Edmonton after a car went off the road and suffered extensive damage in Hay River early on Sunday morning.
Katrina Nokleby, the infrastructure and industry minister, faces removal from cabinet after just six months in office. MLAs will vote on her future on Friday.
The NWT Power Corporation appears to have been breached by ransomware known as Netwalker. The corporation confirmed an attack on Thursday evening.
Tuktoyaktuk residents are now under a temporary liquor prohibition during the pandemic. At least three other NWT communities are working on a similar measure.
Chief Louis Balsillie on Friday named Fort Resolution as the location of the NWT's fourth Covid-19 case. He expressed frustration at the NWT government.
Fort Smith RCMP say two youths have been arrested after an operation lasting much of Tuesday, involving a significant police presence on the town's streets.
The Town of Norman Wells will convene a special meeting on Sunday to update its emergency measures as Imperial Oil reduces its workforce to combat Covid-19.
The board of Yellowknife's SideDoor will shortly decide the future of its executive director, accused of misconduct by several of the program's staff and youth.
Air North's new YZF-YVR winter route opened last week. The airline says it "has work to do" getting NWT residents to take Vancouver weekend breaks.