Teachers in Fort Simpson are struggling to find anywhere to live, a problem exacerbated by the impact of this year's flooding on available housing.
New at-home Covid-19 tests will help detect asymptomatic cases in kids, cutting spread in NWT schools. But for the plan to work, enough families must volunteer.
Parents of kids who attended an Inuvik junior kindergarten on Wednesday, October 13 are told "to immediately isolate and arrange testing for their children."
A federal task force set up to improve northern post-secondary education wants public feedback at a session on Wednesday, October 20.
The Commission scolaire francophone des Territoires du Nord-Ouest says no trustee election will be held this month. All candidates who ran were acclaimed.
New pandemic restrictions further increased demand for childcare in Yellowknife, putting providers under more strain and pushing some staff toward the brink.
Schools in the Yellowknife area are set to stay closed for the foreseeable future as a Covid-19 outbreak continues, the NWT's chief public health officer said.
Fort Smith's Joseph Burr Tyrrell Elementary School says some students and teachers may have been exposed to a person with Covid-19. The school will remain open.
To contain a Covid-19 outbreak, Yellowknife will enter at least 10 days of stricter gathering limits. All businesses' existing exemptions are removed.
For 45 years, students at JH Sissons attended a Yellowknife school named for an NWT judge. Now, the district seeks naming suggestions for Sissons' replacement.
Some students and staff at Hay River's Diamond Jenness Secondary School are isolating after potential exposure to a case of Covid-19.
"Every kid should have a full stomach." Students at Fort Resolution's Deninu School have more food to get them through the day thanks to a classmate's campaign.