The federal government has filed an application to begin smearing Gorilla Snot over the toxic site of the former Giant gold mine outside Yellowknife.
Better understanding of the Snare hydro system could improve forecasting of water levels and lead to more efficient management of hydro in the future.
Highway 35 connecting Alberta and the NWT was closed on Saturday, May 12, as a forest fire jumped the road.
The Northwest Territories' parks reopen for the summer on Friday, May 11. Some of them are packing upgrades.
The draft regulations as currently written would ban licensed hunters from using drones. They would, however, be available to most Indigenous hunters.
The Northwest Territories' fire operations manager gave his first forecast for the upcoming wildfire season in a call with reporters on Monday afternoon.
The Northwest Territories says without hundreds of millions of dollars in federal funding, it can't meet emissions reduction goals set by Ottawa.
The territorial government is petitioning one of its own ministers over proposed measures to protect caribou along the new Whatì all-season road.
The Northwest Territories aims to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 30 percent below 2005 levels through a medley of strategies released on Tuesday.
One of Canada's most toxic places is about to deliver a major economic boost to Yellowknife. But do residents and businesses know it's coming?
As climate change pushes more species into the Northwest Territories, work is beginning to create a council charged with deciding each species' fate.
Residents of Yellowknife's Niven Lake enjoyed temporary relief from a winter-long foul smell as officials raced to fix citywide leaks believed to be the cause.