The NWT government has changed the way Covid-19 data is published, switching from daily to weekly community updates. Track the pandemic in the NWT here.
The territorial government has launched a program that provides organizations with funding to help families go out on the land.
Yellowknife added five Covid-19 cases on Thursday following reports of exposure at the city's Mildred Hall and Range Lake North schools.
The GNWT said it has no plan to provide backdated Covid-19 hazard pay requested by hospital staff. Meanwhile, nurses wrote to MP Michael McLeod requesting help.
On Sunday, a low-stimulus Covid-19 vaccination clinic for children aged five to 11 will be held at Yellowknife's Stanton Medical Centre.
Outdoor gear, wolf trim for your parka, and even a wall tent – this year's Walk to Tuk comes with an array of prizes. Registration is open.
Childcare is the top concern for families forced south to Edmonton after birthing services in Yellowknife shut down. No promises of extra help are being made.
There's no chance the NWT's various Covid-19 restrictions will lift in the months ahead, the territory's chief public health officer reiterated.
Two individuals connected to Yellowknife's Mildred Hall School have tested positive for Covid-19, the NWT's chief public health officer said on Wednesday.
The GNWT published data by department for vaccine proof as its new policy kicked in. At one agency, fewer than half of the staff submitted their documentation.
For the first time since August 15, Yellowknife reported no active Covid-19 cases. The Delta-driven NWT outbreak is dwindling just as Omicron emerges elsewhere.
The Northwest Territories dropped from 35 to 23 active Covid-19 cases after no new cases were recorded over the weekend. Yellowknife is down to one active case.