From cutting wood to making moccasins, a new outdoor learning centre provides Yellowknife students space to get hands-on experience outside the classroom.
There’s a $2,500 scholarship available if you studied in French in the NWT and are now completing an anglophone healthcare program at university.
Students receiving training that supports Indigenous language revitalization have until the end of December 1 to apply for $5,000 scholarships from the GNWT.
The NWT government has now ordered the closure of Inuvik's East Three Elementary School and told all staff and students to isolate over a Covid-19 outbreak.
The NWT's francophone school board wants the Supreme Court of Canada to examine an appeal court's ruling over whether certain children can enter its schools.
A plan for the facilities that will form the NWT's polytechnic university is due in 2022. Officials promised the polytechnic won't "leave northerners behind."
Covid-19 exposure was confirmed at Yellowknife's NJ Macpherson School, with some people asked to isolate depending on vaccination status.
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.