Twenty students aged seven and eight put together a four-minute video celebrating the community of Fort Resolution.
A mail project to teach Dettah children about connections and hone their reading and writing has taken off. Students are getting letters from across the world.
The NWT's educators are working to better include Indigenous knowledge in the way students learn about science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Ten finalists have been announced for the 2020 Arctic Inspiration Prize, including four proposals related to projects in the Northwest Territories.
Rabbit snaring, traditional medicine, literacy camps and canoe trips are among projects funded by the NWT's On The Land Collaborative this year.
New research chairs in climate change, environmental management, and health are being established at Aurora College ahead of its transition into a university.
Hire an Indigenous chancellor, build a School of Indigenous Resurgence: two requests in Hotıì ts’eeda's detailed feedback regarding the NWT's polytechnic plans.
Fort Smith's DEA is asking the town to turn intersections near the community's two schools into three-way stops, slowing traffic and helping pedestrians.
A northern music program that empowers women, girls, and non-binary people is on its way to the NWT – and has an eye on the Arctic Inspiration Prize.
With the creation of the NWT's new polytechnic university, the territory's trades programs need to be more mobile and easier to access, one MLA said.
When a fourth-grade student from PEI was assigned a project on the Northwest Territories, she turned to northerners for stories and facts about their home.
The curriculum runs from JK to Grade 12. The GNWT says it'll ensure Indigenous languages are heard and spoken throughout the territory's schools.