NWT’s Habitat for Humanity is looking to find a family to live in a home soon to be built in Yellowknife. Applications are open until April 30.
The development of 29 new housing units in Hay River can go ahead after the town's council approved a required zoning amendment on Monday night.
A committee of NWT regular MLAs will ask homeowners and private landlords how the territory can improve supports and expand programs.
The process of rezoning an area of Hay River to allow development of new homes crept forward this week. Some residents maintain their opposition to the plan.
The entirety of a $60M housing fund for the NWT – the source of confusion and frustration as it languished untouched for a year – has been allocated in one go.
Some NWT housing projects have been denied federal financial support because the GNWT still hasn't touched an existing, dedicated $60-million federal fund.
A Yellowknife business has acquired five downtown buildings from the Bromley family and is planning to construct a 60-unit apartment building.
Habitat for Humanity in the NWT is planning two projects this year – a new build in Yellowknife and one in Behchokǫ̀.
Two years after a fire left Hay River's highrise uninhabitable, the NWT government says discussions are ongoing about the building's fate.
The NWT must further prioritize housing, MLAs told cabinet in a themed legislature session, saying progress toward solving the housing crisis seemed too slow.
Mikisew Cree First Nation is bringing 17 homes and two trailers to Fort Chipewyan now that the winter road can handle 40,000 kilograms loads.
Yellowknife's advisory board on homelessness now has nine new members to provide insight on to how assist those experiencing homelessness.