First citizen scientists were called on to help identify new whooping crane nests, and now, the public is needed to help conduct an Arctic walrus census.
A former mine north of Yellowknife needs a risk assessment and action to stop dust blowing onto the road, an investigation brought on by a complaint has found.
Wildlife officers asked Yellowknife residents to avoid the area of the city's airport and sandpits as they work to capture and relocate a black bear and cub.
A black bear discovered wandering near Behchokǫ̀ has been successfully released elsewhere, the second relocation reported by the GNWT in a week. Here's video.
A bear and two cubs were relocated late on Friday after hours in the vicinity of Yellowknife's Copperhouse. "It's been a day," the restaurant wrote online.
Home gardeners in the Yellowknife area, rest easy: your veggies might contain a bit more arsenic than those in the supermarket, but not enough to cause concern.
The election's outcome will shape Canada's response to climate change in the years ahead. NWT leaders and young residents, in particular, are watching closely.
Reworking Fort Smith's riverbank to rule out landslips would mean moving enough material to fill a stadium. A study found fixing parts "as necessary" is easier.
A new pit that would keep the NWT's Ekati mine open won't need environmental assessment, a regulator ruled. The mine's argument to the regulator was unusual.
Images scoured by 2,000 people turned up four new endangered crane nests in Wood Buffalo. It may not sound like many, but the total – 102 nests – is a record.
New recycling programs are coming to the NWT – gradually. An expanded electronics program starts this fall, with programs for tires and oil on the way.
Bears are targeting garbage cans in Hay River, wildlife officials say. The town asked residents to keep garbage locked away for the time being.