A Toronto-area drug dealer who travelled to Inuvik to peddle a “not insignificant” amount of crack cocaine was sentenced to 16 months in jail.
Inuvik’s Muskrat Jamboree is officially a go for mid-April after receiving conditional approval from the territory’s chief public health officer.
For the third year in a row, an NWT student won a prestigious scholarship package valued at $100,000. Kyran Alikamik is this year's NWT winner.
Inuvik's deputy mayor resigned as councillors voiced concern at colleagues' public criticism of earlier council decisions.
Great Northern Arts Festival is coming back to the Beaufort Delta this year, as a gathering for established and emerging artists.
Tickets for this Saturday's Inuvik comedy show sold at a record rate. Money raised will go to Arctic Paws after the group took a hit in February's bingo mayhem.
The NWT and Yukon will not create a "travel bubble" during the Covid-19 pandemic, the NWT government confirmed. Skipping isolation will instead be case-by-case.
Aurora College has received $1.69 million in federal funding to help with a project it says will help Arctic researchers.
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.