NWT airlines are sending supplies to help flood-hit families in the Dehcho. Join Buffalo Airways' Wednesday flight from Yellowknife to Fort Simpson.
PSAC and the Union of Northern Workers are providing $60,000 in funding to help residents hit by flooding. Here's a Thursday morning update on the emergency.
Many hundreds of Fort Simpson residents remain away from their flood-affected homes. Water levels around the village's island dropped only slightly overnight.
Communities in the NWT's Dehcho region are experiencing severe flooding. If you're wondering how you can help, we've collected some of the options.
The majority of Fort Simpson residents have moved to higher ground or another NWT community, the village's mayor said, as water levels remained extremely high.
Cathy Kotchea is the new mayor of Fort Liard, taking over from Hillary Deneron. She wants to continue Deneron's work helping the community during the pandemic.
The stench of fuel and the sight of flood damage are greeting returning Jean Marie River residents. Chief Stanley Sanguez said people felt "kicked in the gut."
Water levels in Fort Simpson have reached the point where the village is now under a mandatory evacuation order.
Residents streamed Fort Simpson's breakup live to hundreds of viewers. Check out photos and video from the day, alongside the views of people in the community.
Residents of Fort Simpson's island were ordered to evacuate shortly after 11:15am on Saturday. Water levels are fluctuating as huge chunks of ice pass by.
New federal funding will help Hay River plan a new water treatment plant and repair Inuvik’s pool. There's also money for Fort Simpson, Fort Smith, and Kakisa.
An exhibition showcasing “creative expression during the first year of the pandemic” is open in Fort Simpson until May 14.