After-school and extra-curricular programming for youth in Yellowknife, Ndilǫ̨, Dettah, and Behchokǫ̀ can resume from Monday, May 17.
The NWT government says two more people have tested positive for Covid-19 in relation to Yellowknife's latest outbreak, taking the cluster total to 63 cases.
The NWT hasn't recorded a single influenza case this year. Experts aren't surprised – the same thing has happened globally. Here's why flu has had a hard time.
Three Yellowknife nurses told Cabin Radio unfair policies and mistreatment are affecting morale, staff retention, and patient care at the city's hospital.
There are now 61 Covid-19 cases associated with the latest Yellowknife outbreak. Meanwhile, there is confusion over how isolation ends for cluster contacts.
On Tuesday, the NWT’s health minister extended the territory’s public health emergency through May 25.
There are two more confirmed cases of Covid-19 related to Yellowknife's NJ Macpherson School cluster, bringing the total to 51. Of those, 47 involve children.
This week, there are vaccine clinics for Yellowknife youth on Wednesday and adults on Thursday. Online booking for the clinics opens at 6pm on Tuesday.
The NWT confirmed Covid-19 has – as expected – turned up at least once in vaccinated residents. That's partly driving the current, stricter isolation rules.
The Yellowknives Dene First Nation says the federal government's response to a petition regarding Giant Mine falls short of a "collaborative dialogue."
There were virtually no weekend updates on Yellowknife's latest Covid-19 cluster from public health officials. One new case was confirmed.
One new confirmed and three probable cases of Covid-19 were announced Friday, related to the cluster of cases connected to NJ Macpherson School in Yellowknife.