Fort Nelson's Tu Deh-Kah power plant will be BC's first geothermal electricity facility once completed. The latest testing phase is about to start.
Jean Marie River's B&B – a vital service in a small community – won't reopen after last year's flood, its owner said, as insurance hasn't covered the damage.
Short-term fixes to combat permafrost thaw are fine, a report stated, but ultimately a lot of money must be spent and much larger-scale changes introduced.
Projects in Fort Simpson, Délı̨nę, Yellowknife and Fort Smith are sharing $550,000 from CanNor, Ottawa announced on Friday.
Replacing diamond mining with critical minerals – a tall order – is "not the goal," leaders said as they pitched the NWT as a responsible place to invest.
The City of Yellowknife has signed a memorandum with the NWT and Nunavut Chamber of Mines. They plan to work together to promote the mineral industry.
The Dehcho's planned Prairie Creek Mine should reach a regulatory milestone this month. Some groups remain concerned about the mine's potential impacts.
NWT leaders are at one of the world's largest mining conventions, promoting critical minerals as the next big thing. Day one began with protests outside.
NWT tour operators are each eligible for up to $22,500 from a fresh round of funding designed to help the industry prepare for post-pandemic reopening.
The NWT agreed to sell Mactung, a tungsten deposit in the Mackenzie Mountains, to a private company for a fee that could rise to $15 million if a mine is built.
As the climate warms, industrial farming operations will become increasingly viable in parts of the NWT. Don't do it, a study warns.
Nearly two decades after Yellowknife’s last gold mine closed, small-scale gold mining is about to restart at Mon Mine, 45 kilometres north of the city.