The Northwest Territories sent air tankers to Manitoba as the province battles more than 120 wildfires, some leading to evacuations.
Unesco again instructed Canada to do more to save Wood Buffalo National Park as the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation detailed the park's harm in a report.
The latest summit for people aged 18 to 30 on northern climate change will take place just outside Yellowknife next month. Applications to attend are open.
Fort Smith and the Salt River First Nation Reserve are experiencing smoke exposure from wildfires in Alberta.
The NWT's 2021 wildfire season has now surpassed the entirety of 2020 for number of fires and area burned, but by usual standards this summer remains quiet.
Federal forecasters have issued a severe thunderstorm watch for Hay River and Enterprise. The threat of a severe storm will continue into Wednesday evening.
A large wildfire some 100 km west of Fort Simpson ruined two cabins. Fort Simpson's mayor, meanwhile, worried about residents' smoke exposure from nearby fires.
The first beer cans produced by Yellowknife's NWT Brewing Company are designed to promote conservation of the territory's at-risk caribou.
Two researchers with NWT connections, Jessica Norris and Erika Hille, received awards recognizing their contributions to science in the North.
The NWT government issued an internal advisory warning healthcare professionals to be on the lookout for more mosquito-borne diseases as the climate changes.
NWT Highway 1 west of Fort Simpson faced a series of temporary closures as a nearby wildfire grew to 120 hectares and moved within a kilometre of the road.
The bulk of work to clean up Giant Mine finally begins on Monday, 17 years after it closed. Meanwhile, Ottawa faced renewed pressure from the Yellowknives Dene.