Former Yellowknife MLA Bob MacQuarrie, known for his teaching and lyrics as much as his contribution to NWT politics, has passed away at the age of 86.
Carl Clouter, a man who flew for decades in the North, helped to start a mining company, and shared a stage with the Beatles, has passed away at the age of 78.
Dene Elder Gabriel Kochon is the first person to have died from Covid-19 in the NWT. Friends and family remember his powerful legacy.
Ron Rosnawski, known as Arcade Ron to a generation of youth in 1990s Yellowknife, passed away at the age of 67. A celebration of life will be held on Thursday.
Northerners remembered the legacy left by Gwich'in Deputy Grand Chief Kristine McLeod as the Beaufort Delta mourned her sudden passing this past Sunday.
Clem Paul, a Yellowknife welder and Medal of Bravery recipient, fought for Métis rights in the NWT while remaining a family man. He passed away last week.
Thomas Berger, whose Mackenzie Valley Pipeline Inquiry created a new standard of consultation involving Indigenous northerners, has passed away. He was 88.
David Searle, a lawyer and politician said to have been instrumental in bringing a representative, fully elected government to the NWT, has passed away.
Friends of the late Charles Elgoyhen are to hold a celebration of his life at Yellowknife's Raven Pub on Sunday, January 31.
"He leaves behind a legacy that will last forever." Paul Delorey, the former Hay River North MLA and Speaker of the House, has passed away at the age of 71.
Newton Wong, longtime operator of a Yellowknife grocery store among other businesses, has passed away at the age of 89 in Edmonton. He had contracted Covid-19.
Billy Moore, his white suit and his wig were the heart and soul of Inuvik.
Now, he's being remembered in a way he would have cherished: an Elvis contest.