More than 4,700 people have registered for the Walk to Tuk this year – a number that, for the first time, represents 10 percent of the territory.
The territorial government is to hold public engagement sessions about a new tax on "sugar-sweetened drinks."
The territorial and federal governments jointly announced $760,000 in funding to improve access to opioid addictions treatment.
The idea for the campaign, which features northern icons like a raven and Inukshuk delivering messages about cannabis, came from wine bottles.
Briefing MLAs at a committee meeting, privacy commissioner Elaine Keenan Bengts said there remained "a lot of work to be done" to understand what had happened.
The co-owner of Main Street Falafel and Donair says the café sprays for cockroaches every weekend – and mall managers are not effectively tackling the problem.
In a statement on Wednesday, the health authority said it would now begin contacting those people whose information appeared to have been exposed.
Health inspectors say two establishments in the same downtown Yellowknife mall are "trying to do their best" with insect problems.
Medical records alleged to have been found at Fort Simpson's dump have now been handed over to police, the NWT's health authority said on Saturday.
Allegations that hundreds of confidential medical records were found in Fort Simpson's dump would be "devastating for client trust" if true, an expert said.
With all manner of clocks ticking, managers must implement a key plan to rescue the NWT's child welfare system. Updates were provided to MLAs on Wednesday.
Weeks after failings in NWT child welfare were in part blamed on a major reorganization, the federal government signalled another big shift is on the way.