Gold Terra, a company trying to restart gold mining around Yellowknife, is considering reopening the Robertson mine shaft if its project eventually goes ahead.
The Mayor of Fort Smith says the community should "give up" on its pursuit of tourism dollars and look elsewhere for means of revitalizing the town's economy.
Ratings agency Fitch gave the NWT government an AA- rating and broadly endorsed its financial management, while warning the situation may deteriorate over time.
The NWT wants you to put a solar panel on your home and start generating your own energy. But it also kinda doesn't. And that's about to require some decisions.
Discount retailer Dollarama will soon open a store in Yellowknife, the company confirmed, marking its first foray into the Northwest Territories.
"It's hard to plan when you don't know what the hell is going on." An Inuvik tour operator closed, citing lingering uncertainty and fatigue in the industry.
Construction of Inuvik's wind turbine is about to start. Once built, the turbine should make a big dent in the staggering amount of diesel the town uses.
The Arctic Energy Alliance has released more funding to reopen a program that ran out of cash earlier this year, its executive director says.
A company trying to start a Dehcho zinc mine says regulators are to blame for up to a year-long delay. One regulator says the delay is the company's own fault.
Initial hubbub about the new all-season road to and from Whatì is giving way to a longer-term focus on economic opportunities and environmental concerns.
The number of people moving to the Northwest Territories from beyond Canada bounced back to a level last seen before the Covid-19 pandemic began.
“It’s time for northerners to be given the same opportunities afforded to the rest of Canada," NWT Premier Caroline Cochrane said as she ended a week in Ottawa.