Skateboarders in Norman Wells will finally have a place to practice their flips and jumps – the town is set to receive a new mobile skate park this August.
The Northwest Territories government and the territory’s teacher’s association have reached a tentative agreement.
The territorial government has announced changes to its Covid-19 vaccination program to ensure all residents have “timely, equitable access” to a vaccine.
EntrepreNorth in Yellowknife is calling for applications to its 2021 Entrepreneur Growth Program, which will centre around local food products.
Yellowknifer Jolene Fyfe has made it on to the second-last round of an international baking competition. Here's how you can help her move on to the finals.
The NWT's public health emergency has been extended until July 6, 2021.
"You can be brought down to your knees in 100 years, but we can also lift ourselves up for the next 150 years." What should Treaty 11's 100th anniversary mean?
The Rainbow Coalition of Yellowknife is developing resources to educate the NWT on 2SLGBTQIPA+ inclusion, and it’s looking for help from northern communities.
Fort Smith is set to get a new single-occupancy duplex – but town councillors are critical of the design plans and the housing corporation's process.
After more than a year, NWT residents who are fully vaccinated can now leave the territory without isolating on their return. The change kicked in on Monday.
Fort Smith RCMP are investigating an apparent attempted bear spray attack and firing of a gun just after midnight on Monday. No injuries have been reported.
A 22-year-old man from Behchokǫ̀ was killed in a single motor vehicle collision on Sunday morning.