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.
A woman who spent a decade in Yellowknife foster care is joining a national organization dedicated to the wellbeing of youth in Canada's child welfare systems.
The new operator of Fort Smith's Trailcross Youth Treatment Centre will rely on southern-based senior staff travelling north to work 10-week rotations in the community.
Fort Smith’s Trailcross Youth Treatment Centre will return under a new operator, Nova Scotia-based SHIFT, by January.
The Northwest Territories' health authority defended its affinity for fax machines after being urged to give up a technology dating to the 1960s.
Cabin Radio speaks to three social workers as senior officials handle the fallout from a new, damning assessment of Child and Family Services.
North-Wright Airways' facial hair face-off against Northwestern Air Lease comes with a personal link for one of the NWT airlines' bosses.