Canada's Auditor General unequivocally condemned the Northwest Territories' child and family services, again, in a report published on Tuesday.
Here's what happens to your hard-earned cash once it goes up in smoke at the territorial government's cannabis website or your local liquor store.
The territorial government based many of its cannabis forecasts on 25 percent of the NWT's residents choosing to use the drug once it's legal.
Wondering how it's going to work when cannabis is legalized on October 17? Wonder no more. Here's what you need to know about buying cannabis in the NWT.
The territorial government has published a guide explaining who you need to contact for different issues once cannabis is legal.
Gaby's daughter, Linsay, says the family has received hundreds of messages since the news of Gaby's unexpected passing on September 29.
After two extensions, a request for proposals to operate the Trailcross Treatment Centre in Fort Smith has received one bid.
Dr Kami Kandola took over as the Northwest Territories' chief public health officer on Monday.
Yellowknife residents are raising thousands of dollars for a city musician and teacher diagnosed with stage four cancer.
The new bylaw treats cigarettes and cannabis equally. The town's deputy mayor said society is "very uncertain" about implementing cannabis rules.
NWT mental and sexual health non-profit FOXY has published the results of a study evaluating the program's early success in the territory.
For a second time, a request for proposals to operate the Trailcross Treatment Centre in Fort Smith has been extended after no apparent interest.