The Ekati workers' union hit out at corporations involved in the mine's collapsed sale, saying the process had taken "a financial and emotional toll" on staff.
Senator Margaret Dawn Anderson is seeking feedback from northern businesses about the federal government's role in sustaining the economy during the pandemic.
Dominion's interim boss quit as the sale of its Ekati diamond mine collapsed. More staff could lose their jobs, Dominion admitted. Here's what we know.
The search began for contractors to run cannabis stores in Inuvik, Fort Simpson, Fort Smith, Norman Wells, and Hay River. The target opening date is early 2022.
Dominion Diamond Mines says the planned sale of its Ekati mine to a Washington group subsidiary will not go ahead – making the mine's future even less clear.
The NWT will receive $12.2 million to strengthen pandemic supports for residents and $17.1 million for its air carriers, the federal government said on Friday.
Approaching a thousand full-time and part-time jobs have been lost this year in the NWT's tourism sector alone, survey data suggests.
Dominion Diamond Mines committed to purchasing 10 million litres of diesel fuel to restart the Ekati mine. But it's not yet clear when, or if, that'll happen.
The City of Yellowknife looked to reduce spending by axing plans to add more staff. Meanwhile, residents told the city to focus on parks, recreation, and roads.
"I'm a pretty big fan of ice cream. So is my wife." Richard McIntosh and Christine Wenman will create their own flavours and sell them at their Old Town store.
NWT Tourism asked for residents' feedback as it decides how to market the territory during Covid-19. Here's how to take the survey – and some of the questions.
A proposed new railway from Alaska to Alberta would cut through the Dehcho. Here's how discussions between the company and Acho Dene Koe First Nation are going.