The deaths represent the second and third deaths confirmed to be under investigation by NWT police in the past three days.
Northern companies must re-examine their safety cultures after the 2016 death of a teenaged construction worker in Inuvik, a new report states.
Police turned up at Yellowknife's airport on Sunday afternoon after being told a 26-year-old man from Aklavik was "causing a problem" on board the flight.
NWT speed skaters reached the podium six times on Monday, while snowshoe athlete Jed Mitchell became the territory's first medallist earlier in the morning.
An NWT dog runner is calling on northern mushers to return to breeding 'traditional' dogs. Other mushers say tourists might like that, too.
Aklavik mayor Andrew Charlie believes drug dealers could be the biggest winners of a coming shift in the way income support is paid. Here's a backgrounder.
Four-time nordic skiing Olympians Sharon Firth and Shirley Firth-Larsson, born in Aklavik, star in new Canada Post stamps celebrating women in winter sports.
Wednesday's national inquiry public hearing in Yellowknife heard from Jayda Andre, who remembered the murder of her older sister, Joni, in 2004.
Inuvik's Pearl Gillis lifted a national curling title at the age of 13 on Sunday as she won mixed doubles gold with Alberta partner Karsten Sturmay.
A fire has destroyed an ambulance base and one ambulance in Inuvik, but the affected company says service to the community will not suffer.