Gradual reopening of the NWT-BC Highway 7 border looks imminent. Reopening is tied to Fort Liard's vaccination rate, which is set to hit the threshold required.
Aptly, Fort Simpson's heritage centre now has heritage status. The move means its taxes will be waived, a help after flooding damaged the building.
Teachers in Fort Simpson are struggling to find anywhere to live, a problem exacerbated by the impact of this year's flooding on available housing.
A woman has been medevaced to Alberta after being found seriously injured in the middle of Highway 3 outside Fort Providence. Police appealed for information.
A territory-wide program where locals check in with Elders to provide social interaction and prevent loneliness is expanding to Fort Liard and Nahanni Butte.
Fort Simpson has a new playground, refurbished gym, and a splash pad on the way. Staff say they're working hard to maintain a rec centre that's getting old.
The NWT issued 16 Covid-19 public exposure notices on Thursday, affecting Hay River, Inuvik, Fort Simpson, Yellowknife, and two Northwestern Air flights.
"He's our banker, he's our delivery person, he's everything to us." Sergei Mjatelski's tiny airline fills a gap for people in smaller Dehcho communities.
The NWT has now reported nine deaths from Covid-19. The territory recorded two new deaths as case counts grew in several communities, particularly Fort Simpson.
Fort Simpson is "in a good financial spot," its mayor concluded after reviewing budget estimates and the spending plan for coming years. Here's the detail.
The NWT government has issued Covid-19 exposure notices for Fort Simpson and a September 23 flight between Yellowknife, Colville Lake and Fort Good Hope.
Jean Marie River will elect a chief on October 27. The election, slightly delayed by historic flooding, will be unusual as many voters are in temporary homes.