Kakisa's Ka’a’gee Tu First Nation won a climate resilience award for work that includes relocating threatened cabins and trails and growing food in fire breaks.
This month's search by wildlife officers at a Łútsël K’é Dene First Nation cultural camp will be referred by the NWT government for review by an outside agency.
The Dene Nation and the MLA representing Łútsël K'é demanded an apology from the NWT government for wildlife officers' controversial search of a cultural camp.
Work to clean up Yellowknife's Giant Mine will take at least seven years longer than planned and cost significantly more than the $1 billion already budgeted.
In February 2021, the NWT launched a $6-million project to examine more than 700 cabins and remove any found to be illegal. We asked for a progress report.
Yellowknife's water is coming from the river again after four days of drawing water from Yellowknife Bay. The city said power outages caused electronics issues.
For years, Hay River had an unwanted record: the NWT's largest tire stockpile. The giant fire hazard is being shredded, but the landfill remains a huge concern.
The NWT government says a fresh illegal caribou harvesting investigation has been opened, less than a week after a controversial raid at a cultural camp.
NWT communities will receive $20 million to build fire breaks and fund other ways of reducing wildfire risk, work some said would have otherwise taken decades.
Small air quality monitors are being handed out for free across the Northwest Territories so residents can help fill gaps in data. Here's how to get one.
The first video footage and photography from an NWT government search of a cultural camp earlier this week has appeared on Facebook.
An air quality advisory was issued for Fort Smith then extended to Yellowknife and Fort Resolution after high winds fanned the flames of NWT wildfires.