The NWT has a beaver glut, and the territorial government is bringing back a program that incentivizes residents to "capitalize on demand for beaver castors."
The NWT Power Corporation says Inuvik will be without power for three hours early on Wednesday morning so "critical" work can be done.
Yellowknife's "freakish" snow dump finished days before budget deliberations begin. It was a ton of snow – but is it enough for the city to change its spending?
More than a dozen Yellowknife businesses will keep their doors open on Thursday, December 8 for an evening of late-night shopping.
Yellowknife's book store published a Black Friday appeal for residents to buy locally rather than head to major online retailers.
Housing NWT says allowing tenants to run businesses from public housing amounts to an unfair advantage. David Giroux argues that rule itself is unfair.
Work is beginning on a small section of new all-season road south of Norman Wells – a project that has faced delays, cost inflation and political scrutiny.
In some GNWT-served communities, gas prices are going up by more than 50 cents a litre and heating fuel by more than 60 cents. "Market volatility" was blamed.
Should seniors' tax relief change? Should property tax go up or services be cut back? Fort Smith's council held a public meeting ahead of some big decisions.
Rich Francis, a Top Chef Canada finalist and Indigenous cuisine expert, is teaching Aklavik residents how to cook muskox – an unfamiliar food source locally.
The federal decision to reject a major Nunavut mine expansion came during a gathering of northern mineral exploration experts. Here's what four of them said.
The Tłı̨chǫ Government reached an agreement with an exploration company to protect culturally significant areas, including Whitebeach Point, from development.