Businesses in the NWT can now apply for grants of up to $7,500 to pay for bookkeeping and the production of financial statements.
They may or may not be better than yours. Yellowknife's Gastown plans a bakery and kitchen that will sell milkshakes, ice cream cakes, cupcakes and more.
For the first time in 15 years, Hay River's winter fishery is opening. It's being backed by the GNWT as part of efforts to revitalize NWT commercial fishing.
A new district heating system will supply shared heat to the GNWT's central warehouse and nearby privately-owned buildings. It's an increasingly common model.
The number of NWT residents in jobs or looking for them is effectively back to its pre-pandemic state. A surge of government jobs appeared to help.
Two oil leak-related shutdowns of the Snares Fall hydro plant cost more than half a million dollars. The NWT Power Corporation thinks it shouldn't happen again.
Yellowknife clothing store Iceblink is now home to Fika, a café named after the Swedish word for taking a break and relaxing with others.
The NWT Power Corporation restarted its Snare Falls hydro plant after a two-week shutdown related to oil leaks. More detailed repair work must wait, NTPC said.
Yellowknife's Aurora Emporium Art Gallery has reopened for the first time since March, hoping locals will fill the gap left by the pandemic's impact on tourism.
The NWT's soon-to-be-operational Nechalacho rare earth minerals mine has secured its first major customer, developer Vital Metals reported.
"We're all going to have a tremendous case of cabin fever." Canada's deputy prime minister believes the NWT tourism industry will recover rapidly post-pandemic.
“Why does it take a pandemic to top up wages?” A new report says 25% of NWT children live in poverty and many households can't achieve a basic living standard.