How's your local salon coping this year? We asked stylists in Yellowknife, Inuvik, and Fort Smith about the challenges they faced in 2020 and how they adapted.
A worker who travelled into the NWT has tested positive for Covid-19 in Yellowknife, the territory said. The GNWT said there was "no public exposure risk."
NWT students down south and other northerners outside the territory shouldn't come home for the holidays, the premier and chief public health officer said.
The Northwest Territories is now covered by the federal CovidAlert app, allowing residents to report Covid-19 diagnoses for contact tracing purposes.
"We might just not be doing it, period." Yellowknife's 2020 Christmas party season will be unlike any other. Many restaurants are hosting few, if any events.
The NWT's health minister renewed the territory-wide health emergency for the 18th time on Wednesday as cases of Covid-19 rose in neighbouring jurisdictions.
The GNWT published a report summarizing feedback from communities regarding Covid-19 isolation measures. Views vary, and change doesn't seem imminent.
The NWT returned to zero active reported cases of Covid-19, a figure not seen in any other comparable area of North America. The risk, though, remains.
New measures are needed to help people suffering intimate partner violence during Covid-19, a report declared, suggesting pandemic apps could include supports.
Jasmine Netsena, a Dene-Tahltan musician who lives in Fort Nelson, described the challenges of dealing with pregnancy complications in a remote community.
It’s National Addictions Awareness Week in Canada. We spent time with people marching through downtown Yellowknife at an event organized by the Tree of Peace.
Starting Monday, the updated federal rent subsidy program is accepting applications directly from qualifying organizations – instead of via landlords.