Not long ago, electric vehicles were like unicorns in the Northwest Territories. Now, Yellowknife has enough electric vehicles and e-bikes to organize meet-ups.
The NWT used new data to assess the likelihood of spring flooding in each region, as high water and snow levels persist across much of the territory.
Permafrost thaw already threatens tens of millions of dollars of NWT infrastructure and it's only going to get worse. Are there any solutions we can afford?
The Town of Hay River and Village of Fort Simpson are each holding public meetings this week to prepare residents for the 2022 spring flood season.
The first national wildfire outlook for 2022 suggests the NWT will have a normal start to the summer, though much of Canada faces an "above-normal" June.
The NWT released statistics showing how many bears were killed or relocated in each of the territory's five regions last year.
Without sophisticated flood forecasting, NWT preparations for another spring thaw involve "lessons learned" about emergencies from last year's damaging floods.
Six former mines that exist in a form of post-devolution limbo will soon begin receiving fresh scrutiny from the NWT government.
Exploration firm Gold Terra says it is cleaning up after an inspector criticized "blatant disregard" for environmental requirements at Walsh Lake drill sites.
The NDP wants to change the Canada Infrastructure Bank. Niki Ashton argues her bill would amend the bank to the benefit of northerners.
"They haven’t got the best timing." Beavers are moving north in a hurry, popping up beyond Inuvik and potentially worsening permafrost thaw.
NWT campground bookings open next week. Here are the dates you need to know. For the first time, the Escarpment Creek group campsite can be booked online.