EntrepreNorth in Yellowknife is calling for applications to its 2021 Entrepreneur Growth Program, which will centre around local food products.
Nechalacho's rare earth mineral mining project is getting a $1.2 million loan from the federal government to help purchase and set up a sensor-based ore sorter.
A survey from the British government could have a profound impact on the Northwest Territories' traditional economy, particularly the trade of seal products.
Private cannabis stores may soon be coming to Inuvik, Norman Wells, and Hay River – but not Fort Simpson and Fort Smith.
Extra costs associated with northern construction and Covid-19 could explain why new affordable housing projects in the territory are costing millions.
The NWT and federal governments have pledged to provide $14.774 million in new funding in the latest round of pandemic support for the North's aviation sector.
The NWT has almost no electric vehicle chargers, even as major manufacturers plan huge shifts in the near future. One family is working to plug in the gaps.
The NWT government has released its economic pandemic recovery plan – but it lacks significant new detail.
The bill proposes changes that would allow the GNWT to share oil, gas, and mining royalty information with regular MLAs and Indigenous governments.
The federal government will invest $4 million to help NWT Tourism improve its marketing, support tourism in Hay River and Whatì, and assist two operators.
A plan to revive the NWT's economy following the pandemic will be released in the next seven days. When public health restrictions will ease is another matter.
Mayor of Yellowknife Rebecca Alty says placing the city's visitor centre in a downtown mall will combat "broken windows theory" and rejuvenate the area.