Want to hear a caribou belch? Today's your lucky day. Scientists have been working out what, exactly, the animals can hear – which could help protect them.
The territorial government is advising Tuktoyaktuk residents to avoid leaving food outside after multiple sightings of a polar bear in recent days.
Inuvialuit fishers are adapting to rising numbers of Pacific salmon in the western Canadian Arctic, but fears remain about impacts on native species.
Progress reports on work to keep polar bears, amphibians and boreal caribou in the NWT from disappearing were released this week.
Following an influx in non-emergency calls to wildlife emergency lines, ENR is clarifying the difference between wildlife emergencies and non-emergencies.
A search warrant that allowed the GNWT’s wildlife officers to carry out a raid at a Łútsël K’é cultural camp last month has been thrown out by the court.
The NWT says the risk of an avian flu outbreak in the territory is now receding, even though confirmation of a case in Yellowknife this summer has now arrived.
This month's search by wildlife officers at a Łútsël K’é Dene First Nation cultural camp will be referred by the NWT government for review by an outside agency.
The Dene Nation and the MLA representing Łútsël K'é demanded an apology from the NWT government for wildlife officers' controversial search of a cultural camp.
The NWT government says a fresh illegal caribou harvesting investigation has been opened, less than a week after a controversial raid at a cultural camp.
The first video footage and photography from an NWT government search of a cultural camp earlier this week has appeared on Facebook.
The Łútsël K'é Dene First Nation says wildlife officers carried out an "aggressive and disrespectful" raid of a cultural camp. The GNWT defended the search.