Fort Good Hope artist Antoine Mountain releases his second book next month, a collection that he hopes will serve as a tool in the classroom.
The first graduates from a northern Indigenous counselling program are starting to have an impact in the NWT. Here's an example in Yellowknife.
Seven people have been acclaimed to each of the Yellowknife Catholic Schools and YK1 boards of trustees. They'll serve four-year terms.
The NWT Legislative Assembly intends to unveil a monument to murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls within the next year.
"A day to acknowledge everything but also try to fix things." Yellowknife kids marked Orange Shirt Day and the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
Turning Aurora College into a polytechnic university involves a "master plan" for each NWT campus. The plan was released on Friday – here's a Q&A.
Parents and ex-staff at Fort Resolution's school say bullying left some students afraid to attend classes. The superintendent said concerns had been resolved.
NWT resident Cassie Rogers will receive $2,500 from Curling Canada to help her complete a degree in environmental engineering at the University of Waterloo.
Indigenous groups in Fort Chipewyan signed an agreement with the province of Alberta that will establish a community-based education authority.
A Yellowknife after-school childcare program is set to close at short notice because it cannot attract enough staff. Forty-five children are affected.
Yellowknife's YK1 school district brought together hundreds of staff for a training day dedicated to Indigenous languages and cultural education.
Yellowknife's first new school in two decades opens on Monday. Leaders at the YK1 school district say the École Įtłʼo facility is "amazing."