"The bathtub is full and the tap is also on full stream." With water levels already high, Hay River is planning how to get through river breakup season.
Morgan Tsetta uses TikTok to highlight Giant Mine's long-lasting impacts on the Yellowknives Dene. Thousands of people are responding.
Here's the list of dates you need for 2021 summer camping in the NWT: when parks open, when reservations begin, and the discounts you can get.
The City of Yellowknife and Wilfrid Laurier University have teamed up to explore what a community food hub in the city could look like. Here's what that means.
The territorial government is warning NWT residents to prepare for potential flooding this spring with rivers and streams still at unprecedented levels.
NWT residents can expect more lynx sightings in coming weeks, a wildlife biologist said, after news of a second animal being killed – this time in Fort Smith.
The GNWT is urging residents to destroy moss balls they have purchased in the past year after reports of “invasive mussels” found in products sold in the NWT.
Some hunters in the territory are using disrespectful practices this year. One experienced hunter says its the worst he's seen in 50 years.
The owners of Diavik Diamond Mine are hoping to join the fight to return Frame Lake to its former glory.
The NWT is being asked to open campgrounds early this season, although the minister responsible said that's a tough ask. Last year's coupon program may return.
The body that determines whether NWT species are at risk will now use Indigenous and community knowledge as a guiding principal, alongside scientific knowledge.
New research confirms Great Slave Lake's water levels during the summer and fall of 2020 were the highest since monitoring began in the 1930s.