Jordan Nande and Lisa Brule pleaded guilty to being accessories after the fact to murder in the death of 22-year-old Breanna Menacho in Yellowknife.
The NWT will not emulate Vancouver and seek decriminalization of drug use. Rylund Johnson, however, argues it's "a public health issue, not a criminal one."
A "depressingly steady flow" of sexual assault cases is reaching NWT courts, leading one judge to conclude the "imperfect system" isn't having much effect.
Police in the NWT say they'll spend December conducting an annual operation that increases traffic enforcement to stop impaired driving.
In 2018, 52 percent of women and 54 percent of men in the territories reported being victims of at least one sexual or physical assault since the age of 15.
The second-degree murder trial of Selena Lomen, which began on November 9, adjourned until early March after video evidence of the crime scene was shown.
Fort Smith RCMP reported a year-on-year drop in the number of people held in police cells. Covid-19 may be one reason but the full range of factors isn't clear.
RCMP in Behchokǫ̀ say they have seized "a considerable quantity of illegal cannabis" and plan to charge two people with offences related to drug trafficking.
RCMP in Fort McPherson seized "a significant amount" of vodka destined for the community, where alcohol is restricted under the NWT’s Liquor Act.
A Hay River veteran's special licence plate was stolen last week after his car broke down on the side of the highway.
Cody Durocher is attempting to appeal his conviction and sentence for sexually assaulting a 13-year-old in Hay River in 2014.
Pandemic health risks and isolation protocols prompted an NWT judge to let RCMP officers testify in a drug trial from their new postings in Nova Scotia.