Ferry season in the Northwest Territories is wrapping up. Ferries serving Wrigley and Fort Simpson are set to shut down for the winter later this week.
A plane forced into an emergency landing outside Fort Providence on Monday left Yellowknife without enough fuel, causing both engines to fail, Air Tindi says.
The Red Cross began wide-ranging work to help Fort Simpson's long-term flood recovery, focusing on residents' mental health and the village's emergency plan.
Everyone is safe after an Air Tindi flight destined for Fort Simpson made an emergency landing about eight kilometres north of Fort Providenceon Monday evening.
By the end of Friday, the operator and location of Fort Simpson's warming shelter should be clearer as the village begins to see sub-zero temperatures.
Noleen Hardisty has been chosen as the new chief of Jean Marie River First Nation, defeating Ericson Sanguez by 51 votes to 34.
An Acho Dene Koe election that should've happened in 2020 is now unlikely before spring 2022. Finding someone to run the contentious election is proving tricky.
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.