The NWT government reduced the spending threshold for goods and services that triggers a formal tender process from $25,000 to $10,000.
Urban growers say starting an agriculture business in Yellowknife is an uphill battle. They’re calling on the city to do more to support the fledgling sector.
After nearly 50 years selling Inuit and Dene art, Northern Images is closing the doors to its downtown Yellowknife business in favour of an online approach.
The City of Yellowknife and Wilfrid Laurier University have teamed up to explore what a community food hub in the city could look like. Here's what that means.
A Yellowknife business has acquired five downtown buildings from the Bromley family and is planning to construct a 60-unit apartment building.
The Clarke Lake gas site, in northeastern BC, will become a commercially viable geothermal production facility. Fort Nelson First Nation called it a milestone.
Łútsël K'é residents are being hired and trained to build furniture for the nearby Frontier Lodge with local wood. Flat-packs you can order could be next.
The NWT government won't make public the report that led it to select a new minimum wage of $15.20 per hour from September 1. The decision has faced criticism.
Preliminary data shows the extent to which public money was pumped into the NWT's economy as private spending plunged in the past year. That's set to continue.
The Łútsël K'é Dene First Nation is “outraged” that operation of its Frontier Lodge is being held up by red tape. The GNWT insists that isn't quite the case.
The territorial government has extended its pandemic wage top-up program. Individuals whose employer doesn't participate can now apply in their own right.
Tried the spicy crayfish or the bubble tea? Luna Liu and chef Simon Cai are a month into running their new Chinese restaurant from a downtown Yellowknife hotel.