The school district has a new plan to relocate more than 300 students while JH Sissons school is rebuilt. Under the plan, nother school's numbers would double.
Edward Pokiak has seen the Edmonton Eskimos play three times. This week the team came to him – in Tuktoyaktuk. One player was "shocked" by the kids' positivity.
A group of 33 Yellowknife middle schoolers is heading to an Edmonton conference designed to help students start projects for social good.
Paulie Chinna, set to become the Sahtu's first female MLA, says her first order of business is to find an immediate solution for education in Colville Lake.
Dozens of students from southern NWT communities spent a week trying various trades. Their next step is to sign up for more intensive training in the spring.
A parent of a Fort Smith student who handled a dead bat is asking why he wasn't contacted sooner about the incident. The bat has tested negative for rabies.
Her doctorate complete, Crystal Fraser is hoping to amplify the voices of Inuvik-area residential school survivors who "confronted the hierarchies of power."
Two Yellowknife school boards say they will take steps to accommodate students who strike against climate change on Friday.
Cabin Radio asked education leaders across the territory to explain how the next NWT government should go about fixing the way our kids learn.
Miles Welsh, a trustee for seven years, resigned just under a year after being re-elected. He said his work schedule no longer let him do the role justice.
The research division of Aurora College is receiving $150,000 to investigate climate change in northern communities using drones.
South Slave superintendent Curtis Brown and remote northern health expert Susan Chatwood are to receive the medal at a ceremony in Ottawa on Thursday.