When Annie Goose of Ulukhaktok heard the new Stanton Hospital needed community representatives to advise them on the design, she was quick to put up her hand.
Calgary-based Wood’s Homes has chosen not to keep running Fort Smith's Trailcross Treatment Centre - and no other organizations appear interested.
Yellowknife's Street Outreach program gave 11,512 rides to vulnerable people in its first year of operations – roughly 30 rides per day.
The NWT's chief public health officer has warned people who bought pesto at Hay River's market this month to throw it away or risk botulism.
The colleges hopes to join at least 26 other Canadian post-secondary institutions in banning smoking on school property.
They may not have a canoe, paddles, or even a river, but that hasn’t stopped Elders in Behchokǫ from going canoeing.
An unencrypted laptop potentially containing the health information of more than 30,000 NWT residents was stolen in Ottawa last month.
The NWT's chief public health officer has provided an update about arsenic levels in the soil and water around Yellowknife.
The building brings together healthcare and social services for the first time in the community.
Territorial government representatives have travelled to southern provinces to meet suppliers, and are in the process of finalizing a range of agreements.
The territorial government has confirmed the services to be provided inside the old Stanton Hospital once its new counterpart is opened.
Yellowknife's third annual Brain Tumour Walk smashed its funding target on Sunday, helping Canada to establish its own brain tumour registry for the first time.