As Arctic shipping increases, so does concern about the effect of underwater noise on northern marine life. Voluntary guidelines "need teeth," campaigners say.
Frances Stewart, the new Canada Research Chair in northern wildlife biology, relies on remote cameras to better understand species like caribou and muskox.
The NWT's Dechinta Centre for Research and Learning will help to host this year's Native American and Indigenous Studies Association conference.
Gold Terra, a company trying to restart gold mining around Yellowknife, is considering reopening the Robertson mine shaft if its project eventually goes ahead.
Four wolves have been caught by a Fort Smith trapper after a pack of the animals reported outside the community last week caused the death of at least one pet.
An extremely rare weather event turned kilometres of Dehcho trees into matchsticks last year. Researchers only noticed because of the sheer scale of the damage.
Dene author Katłįà Lafferty is beginning a three-month spell as a Vancouver library's first climate writer in residence.
The NWT's Thaidene Nëné National Park Reserve is among destinations listed in 52 Places, the New York Times' 2022 compilation of world attractions worth seeing.
Schools, fire halls, and water treatment plants across the Beaufort Delta and Sahtu are rated high-risk in a map of climate threats. Check your community here.
Recent wolf sightings in Fort Smith are being monitored by wildlife officers and traps have been set, the territorial government said on Wednesday.
Construction of Inuvik's wind turbine is about to start. Once built, the turbine should make a big dent in the staggering amount of diesel the town uses.
The Arctic Energy Alliance has released more funding to reopen a program that ran out of cash earlier this year, its executive director says.