The NWT government walked back its request that childcare providers stop allowing children to use outdoor play equipment in winter. There had been an outcry.
The GNWT told childcare providers to keep children off playground equipment all winter for safety reasons. The request triggered a "risky play" debate.
Northern-based journal Xàgots’eèhk’ǫ̀ will launch at the end of this month, aiming to "bring together voices from across the North."
Leela Gilday performed for Yellowknife students as part of the Downie Wenjack Fund's efforts to help children engage in reconciliation.
Through the Academy for Student Athlete Development program, students in Fort Providence will see an increase in physical and mental activities in school.
An arbitrator has decided in the NWT Teachers’ Association's favour that Covid-19 sick and special leave banks should remain in the collective agreement.
Students are excited to be back in the classroom after years of Covid-19 disruptions to their education – but the change comes with challenges.
Over $35,000 in scholarships and bursaries is available this year for northern students through the Veterinarians Without Borders’ new Access to Care Awards.
Yellowknife’s YK1 school district is hosting monthly Wıı̀lıı̀deh language challenges for students and staff, hoping to replace basic English sentences with Tłı̨chǫ.
Dylan Jones, known as Crook the Kid, partnered with the Northern Arts and Cultural Centre to tour NWT schools and share his music with young students.
The NWT government unveiled the next step in its childcare plan: money to top up staff wages. But as with the subsidy for parents, the rollout is complicated.
"I can do it. I can go to post-secondary and there will be resources to help me." We joined students from small NWT communities touring universities in Calgary.