Aklak Air will drop to two Arctic coastal passenger flights a week as Covid-19 destroys demand for air travel. Even that may be unsustainable, the airline said.
The Acho Dene Koe First Nation is urging members to register for funding available to pay for fuel and food so members can socially distance out on the land.
The North American Indigenous Games, or NAIG, is the latest event to be postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Team NT would have sent more than 150 athletes.
The NWT government has written to non-essential staff working from home, asking them to consider accepting reassignment to positions helping the Covid-19 fight.
The pancakes and pizza were great. But what really made Josephine's seventh birthday? A parade of jubilant, socially distant Yellowknifers outside her window.
You want good soy sauce? Fort Liard has it. The Liard Valley General Store says it's stocked up and ready to handle the closure of Highway 7 at the border.
As the Dehcho-BC border closed there were fears returning residents would ignore mandatory self-isolation. But a Fort Simpson family is embracing 14 days alone.
Did you hear about Yellowknife's drive-through Covid-19 clinic? If you're worried about any symptoms, you can use the drive-through to quickly get checked out.
Wondering why NWT daycares and day homes aren't closed? The chief public health officer is asking them to stay open. We spoke to parents and operators.
Her Snowcastle show got cancelled so Leela Gilday will play from home instead. Friday's live stream is being sponsored by the National Arts Centre and Facebook.
Expect more clear, plastic dividers in stores near you soon. Businesses in Yellowknife, Fort Smith, and other NWT communities are using them to protect staff.
Yellowknife's YK1 schools will stay closed until the fall, the district decided, in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic. More NWT schools are expected to follow.