A Covid-19 outbreak encompassing Yellowknife, Behchokǫ̀, and Whatì continues to grow. The NWT on Thursday had 220 active cases, 134 of them in Yellowknife.
Residents of Fort Simpson's island were ordered to evacuate shortly after 11:15am on Saturday. Water levels are fluctuating as huge chunks of ice pass by.
Residents of Hay River's Vale Island have been ordered to evacuate. The town issued a formal evacuation order for the area shortly after 2pm on Friday.
Three people have been killed in a helicopter accident near Resolute Bay, Great Slave Helicopters confirmed.
Yellowknife's Racquet Club said several contacts were identified at the gym on April 18 related to cases of Covid-19 involving MLA Steve Norn and a relative.
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.