Here's what happens to your hard-earned cash once it goes up in smoke at the territorial government's cannabis website or your local liquor store.
The federal government has issued final approval for a project to construct a new all-season road to the Dehcho’s Prairie Creek Mine.
The territory is budgeting to spend $325 million on infrastructure in 2019-20. Most of that increase is attributed to federal infrastructure grants.
The territorial government based many of its cannabis forecasts on 25 percent of the NWT's residents choosing to use the drug once it's legal.
Wondering how it's going to work when cannabis is legalized on October 17? Wonder no more. Here's what you need to know about buying cannabis in the NWT.
The action, seen as overdue by the NWT, comes after sustained territorial criticism of the federal moratorium on oil and gas development off the Arctic coast.
Yellowknife's Snowking Winter Festival will appoint an executive director after a 'dust-up' with the fire marshal hampered preparations for 2018's event.
The Northwest Territories is setting up a new agreement designed to create more Indigenous tourism operators and boost their sales.
Operation resumed on Tuesday for Enbridge’s Line 21 pipeline, clearing the way for renewed oil production in Norman Wells.
Want to know how the territorial government thinks its finances are looking for the year ahead? Here's the latest outlook.
The company, based in Yellowknife and until last month a subsidiary of Discovery Air, said it has been losing more than $5 million annually for years.
Yellowknife lost "in the range of $2 million" when major firms hoping to carry out cold-weather testing couldn't find hotel rooms, city councillors are told.