Air North completed its first direct scheduled passenger service between Whitehorse, Yellowknife and Toronto. The tourism industry is excited.
For the first time, the Nutrition North food subsidy reached Fort Simpson – but some prices surprised people. Here are some explanations for the confusion.
The NWT's freight barges will apply a 24-percent surcharge to cargo shipments this summer in response to rising fuel costs.
The federal government will inject cash into a stalled project to extend the runway at Inuvik's airport. A $40-million funding gap had been reported.
One of the NWT's highest-priority infrastructure projects is now expected to receive enough federal cash in the next year for construction to begin.
The Northwest Territories' gross domestic product staged a partial recovery in 2021 from a 10-percent plunge the year prior, initial figures suggest.
Air Tindi has agreed to supply an aircraft for a Nasa program that aims to get a hybrid electric aircraft off the ground by 2025.
Yellowknife had a "strong financial year," staff said, telling councillors the city is in a good position to weather ongoing impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Power rates for many NWT residents are increasing by 2.5 percent from May 1, but an independent board did not approve some increases sought by the power corp.
A new City of Yellowknife grant offers businesses up to $5,000 to help cover the costs of adapting to "a post-Covid-19 economy."
A group that calculates a fair living wage in the Northwest Territories' largest hubs has now attempted a similar exercise for smaller communities.
Government attempts to sell a former tungsten mine and nearby tungsten deposit at the NWT-Yukon border have failed. The GNWT and Ottawa rejected two proposals.