All residents aged 18 years and older in Inuvik and Hay River, and residents aged 50 years and older in Yellowknife, can now get the Covid-19 vaccine.
MLAs representing the NWT's most northerly communities want dental services to resume after more than a year. The health minister says a solution isn't simple.
Ulukhaktok hamlet staff are worried residents can't buy basic supplies since the internet (and in turn debit machines and ATMs) have been down for eight days.
The NWT is nowhere near the national minimum screening target for colorectal cancer, which is one of the leading causes of cancer death in the territory.
The Town of Inuvik on Wednesday formally adopted the UN Declaration, cut back on committee meetings, and heralded the old Dempster Highway sign's demise.
The group that operates Inuvik's community greenhouse is asking residents what its objectives should be in the next five years.
The NWT's health minister says she hopes to have "good news" regarding opening up travel between the territory and Yukon by the end of March.
As springtime jamborees across the NWT face uncertain futures this year, the Peel River Jamboree looks to press ahead with a mix of online and in-person events.
The Town of Inuvik on Wednesday said it would defend staff against behaviour that "compromises their physical and mental health."
Arctic Paws says it will no longer host bingo nights after a mix-up on Saturday led to threats being made against Inuvik's lottery officer and others.
As an Ulukhaktok teacher starts a ski team amid a global equipment shortage, there's a Valentine's appeal for residents to unite lonely ski poles and help out.
The Aurora Research Institute and Delta Enterprises received $95,000 to study the potential of converting cardboard into heating pellets in the Beaufort Delta.