New rent regulations from the Department of Justice will give NWT tenants up to a year to repay rental arrears accumulated during the pandemic.
An NWT judge reluctantly accepted a joint recommendation of a 2.5-year prison sentence for an “untreated” offender’s fourth serious sexual assault.
A worker at a Gahcho Kué winter road construction camp has tested positive for Covid-19. The NWT government said there was no risk to communities.
Following criticism from Indigenous governments and businesses, the NWT government sped up a formal review of the way it handles procurement.
"It's important to note that some residential school students had positive experiences," an NWT teachers' guide states. We examined how the guide was developed.
This is your chance: with no way for the usual star snow-carving experts to travel, Yellowknife residents can team up and win prizes at this year's contest.
A free rabies vaccination clinic is taking place in Tuktoyaktuk after recent concerns over the disease in local foxes and dogs.
Yellowknife's fire hall is said to be ageing and no longer meeting the city's needs. Expansion and renovation at a cost of $3M is the recommended solution.
It'll be a large water slide and a 25-metre pool – if it ever goes ahead. Councillors made some big decisions on a proposed new aquatic centre for Yellowknife.
RCMP warned “noxious substances” had been found in illicit drugs seized in Yellowknife, increasing the risk of unexpected reactions throughout the territory.
The NWT's housing minister said her staff were using "creative ways" to boost homeownership by introducing a lease-to-own program covering more than 200 units.
A new set of residents can receive a Covid-19 vaccine. Meanwhile, the GNWT said the next two vaccine shipments will provide second doses to existing recipients.