The Gahcho Kué mine's part-owner extended a line of credit to combat "serious financial difficulty" – but the company simultaneously said things are improving.
The NWT government opened a fund to businesses "impacted by recent public health measures." Up to $5,000 per business will cover "ongoing operational costs."
The NWT government announced a new $1.44-million initiative to help the territory's tourism sector, with the return of visitors nowhere in sight mid-outbreak.
NWT artists in "survival mode" said a new strategy, designed to grow the sector in the next decade, must be backed by "real political desire to make change."
Indigenous tourism advocates say their industry in Canada could take five years longer than most tour operators to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic.
A new pit that would keep the NWT's Ekati mine open won't need environmental assessment, a regulator ruled. The mine's argument to the regulator was unusual.
"It can be applied to any area of life." A 12-week program in Fort Providence and the Tłı̨chǫ will teach entrepreneurism with a view to helping NWT communities.
The Conservatives say a deepwater port in Tuktoyaktuk and a road connecting the NWT and Nunavut will be priorities if the party is voted into power this month.
Northwestel is asking the CRTC to let it charge some northern residents less for higher-speed, unlimited internet. Behind the scenes, things are not so simple.
For the next year, the City of Yellowknife will waive licence fees for some small and medium businesses. Here's how businesses qualify.
NWT residents with a journeyperson or recognized trade certificate can now apply for a Blue Seal program to develop their business skills.
The territorial government is not extending its pandemic wage top-up program that raised the minimum wage to $18 an hour.