The Acho Dene Koe First Nation appears to have ignored a last-ditch demand from a lawyer to schedule a new election before a deadline of 3pm on Friday.
The Deh Gáh Got'ı̨ę First Nation plans to search the grounds of the former Sacred Heart residential school for unmarked graves, building on work decades ago.
The Acho Dene Koe First Nation will apply in court to “preserve the right to challenge the appeal committee's reasons” for scrapping recent election results.
Highway 7 between Fort Liard and BC could reopen to traffic entering the NWT "within the next few weeks," but there are some caveats and no clear timeline.
A three-year program in Fort Liard will test an alternative approach to community safety that has been hailed as a possible solution to colonialism in policing.
Almost a month after a declaration that the Acho Dene Koe First Nation must hold a new election for the position of chief, no new date has been determined.
The federal and territorial governments will invest $60 million in connecting Fort Providence and Kakisa to the Taltson hydro system in the next two years.
The nomination period for Líídlįį Kúę First Nation's August 23 election opens on Friday July 16 and runs for one month until August 16.
A large wildfire some 100 km west of Fort Simpson ruined two cabins. Fort Simpson's mayor, meanwhile, worried about residents' smoke exposure from nearby fires.
NWT Highway 1 west of Fort Simpson faced a series of temporary closures as a nearby wildfire grew to 120 hectares and moved within a kilometre of the road.
Fort Simpson Territorial Park's campground will reopen on Friday with limited capacity, NWT Parks says, as restoration work continues after May’s flooding.
An out-of-control wildfire about 65 kilometres northwest of Fort Simpson is threatening cabins in the area.