Proposals that would build and ship modular homes from Hay River and Délı̨nę to the rest of the North are among six NWT projects vying for federal funding.
Housing NWT says allowing tenants to run businesses from public housing amounts to an unfair advantage. David Giroux argues that rule itself is unfair.
Canada's auditor general says federal departments tackling the housing crisis haven't collected the data that would determine whether efforts are succeeding.
A new vision for off-grid homes could address the NWT's need for affordable housing and help adapt to climate change, Katłįà Lafferty says. Read our interview.
The federal government is giving $25.5 million to the Sahtu Secretariat Incorporated to design and develop infrastructure needed in each Sahtu community.
Spruce Bough and Lynn's Place II are receiving a combined $23 million from the federal government to create affordable housing for people at risk.
Yellowknife's Community Advisory Board on Homelessness has voted to allocate the rest of this year's federal Reaching Home funding to Aspen Apartments.
After spending months living in a canvas tent as they waited on public housing, a Paulatuk couple with a young child finally has a home to move into.
Habitat for Humanity has relaunched its application process for a three bedroom modular home in Hay River for the third time.
Housing NWT should stop pursuing Elders for tens of thousands of dollars they cannot pay back in their lifetimes, says Monfwi MLA Jane Weyallon Armstrong.
On Thursday, a Yellowknife board meets to decide how federal Reaching Home cash should be spent. There are two camps, and the outcome is important.
Ottawa is paying to train up to a dozen Indigenous energy advisors who help NWT residents improve the energy efficiency of their homes.