Yellowknife reported no new Covid-19 cases for the first time in two months as pandemic restrictions changed for most Northwest Territories residents.
Alberta RCMP concluded an NWT colleague acted "in a reasonable manner" during an incident at the Inuvik detachment involving a woman in custody in early 2020.
A warmer-than-usual October across much of Canada's North led to a few minor temperature records in NWT communities this week.
Government of the Northwest Territories websites returned on Friday afternoon after their second outage in a week, following a blip on Sunday.
The territorial government is rolling out an expanded electronics and electrical product recycling program for residents in 11 communities.
Two hundred years ago, an English leader struggling to survive in the NWT was rescued by a Dene chief. Guess which one Yellowknife's main street is named after.
So many people were breaking isolation to buy alcohol that the GNWT announced a rule change, temporarily permitting delivery from liquor stores to your door.
Behchokǫ̀ will stay under the NWT's most severe Covid-19 restrictions for another week, a surprise extension, because case numbers are not dropping as expected.
For the first time since the fall Covid-19 outbreak reached Behchokǫ̀, the community reported no new cases in the past day. Hay River moved to 39 active cases.
Yellowknifers aged 50 and over can now receive a Covid-19 vaccine booster. In every other NWT community the booster is now available to adults aged 40 and over.
Aptly, Fort Simpson's heritage centre now has heritage status. The move means its taxes will be waived, a help after flooding damaged the building.
Yellowknife artist Alida Ryan describes how moving to the city helped her ahead of her first solo show, coming up in November at Mermaid and Moon.