A rotating circle of ice thought to be around 200 metres in diameter has appeared on a lake north of Fort Smith.
The federal and Délı̨nę Got’ı̨nę governments signed a deal that gives residents "a say in decisions about the clean-up of abandoned mine sites" near Délı̨nę.
The NWT said there will be "more wildlife officers on the ground" enforcing the rules after recent reports of illegal caribou harvesting.
The NWT government asked for residents' feedback on a new water protection action plan and a water management agreement with the Yukon.
A proposed water council would help to oversee what happens to the Peace River in a bid to prevent flooding and other damage to the Peace-Athabasca Delta.
After days of lynx sightings in and around Yellowknife, NWT wildlife officers killed one of the animals near the city's dump.
The Canadian Arctic Resources Committee, an NWT-based environmental advocacy group, is to cease operations after half a century.
A Yellowknife woman described saving her eight-pound puppy from the jaws of a lynx, then holding the lynx down so it couldn't attack other dogs.
The NWT's extreme 2014 wildfire season saw big shifts in the number of people seeking help for conditions like asthma and pneumonia. A study examined the data.
A plan to resume zinc and lead mining at Pine Point after more than a 30-year gap has formally entered the NWT's environmental assessment process.
The NWT is either showing leadership on climate change mitigation or heading toward dismal failure to meet emissions reduction targets. It depends who you ask.
Harvesters and trappers need more help after high water ruined trapping sites and flooded cabins near the Taltson River, say MLAs representing those affected.