Behchokǫ̀ appears set to return to a month-long temporary prohibition order banning the consumption of liquor within the community, starting on Saturday.
A new fund allows Indigenous governments and community organizations to hire councillors to support addictions recovery and aftercare programs.
No cases of Covid-19 have so far been identified related to the return of Folk on the Rocks. Organizers say the event outperformed financial expectations.
Businesses that rely on out-of-territory tourists but don't have a tour operator's licence, like some galleries or restaurants, can now get NWT pandemic relief.
Despite restrictions easing federally, the GNWT gave no indication it will relax mandatory isolation requirements for children under 12 and their caregivers.
Highway 7 between Fort Liard and BC could reopen to traffic entering the NWT "within the next few weeks," but there are some caveats and no clear timeline.
The pandemic checkpoint between the NWT and Alberta outside Fort Smith will be dismantled on August 1, the territorial government said on Wednesday.
Fort Smith and the Salt River First Nation Reserve are experiencing smoke exposure from wildfires in Alberta.
An increase in funding allowed for 52 NWT organizations to receive a combined $1.75 million in funding for anti-poverty initiatives this year.
While your Covid-19 immunization card is not an official record, people vaccinated in the NWT can get proof by filling out a form online. Here's how to do it.
Fort McPherson became the first community in the NWT to have 75 percent of its adult population fully vaccinated against Covid-19.
Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami has released a strategy to address what it has deemed “crisis” levels of food insecurity in Inuit Nunangat.