Northwest Territories politicians will visit Yellowknife and Inuvik high schools as they tour the territory gathering feedback on proposed cannabis legislation.
The tests will establish baseline levels of arsenic exposure in the mine's neighbourhood, and track any change while a clean-up takes place.
Cabin Radio visited the hospital last week, speaking to its chief operating officer and a physician about what has changed and what happens next.
A woman who grew up fighting addiction to alcohol and drugs in the NWT community of Tulita says vulnerable youth need more access to community Elders.
Residents of Yellowknife's Niven Lake enjoyed temporary relief from a winter-long foul smell as officials raced to fix citywide leaks believed to be the cause.
Four months after chemotherapy treatments at Yellowknife's Stanton Hospital were suspended, some of those services are to be reinstated next week.
Seven projects receiving federal funding represent a range of land-based approaches to improving the mental health of youth across the territory's communities.
The territory's chief public health officer, Dr Andre Corriveau, issued an advisory on Thursday urging residents to watch closely for signs of the disease.
The project hopes to help Inuit, Inuvialuit, Dene, and Métis people who are at risk of suicide, jail time, or both, on the territory's streets.
Aklavik mayor Andrew Charlie believes drug dealers could be the biggest winners of a coming shift in the way income support is paid. Here's a backgrounder.
A social worker who counsels northern residential school survivors is trying what he believes is a new way to address issues with alcohol, drugs, and abuse.