The 19 MLAs-elect broadcast a day-long priority-setting session, allowing newly elected politicians to begin shaping their government's agenda.
Cabin Radio celebrates new music from NWT duo Carmen Braden and Leela Gilday with back-to-back broadcasts on Wednesday, repeated on Saturday and Sunday.
Fastball legend the late Floyd Daniels joins gymnast John Tram and 1972 Olympian Roseanne Allen as the latest inductees to the NWT Sport Hall of Fame.
The store will turn off music and turn down lights, creating what may be the first sensory-friendly shopping experience at a large NWT retail outlet.
Health Canada is recalling a type of children's sweater sold at a store in Yellowknife's Centre Square Mall, saying the design could cause strangulation.
Police say the assault, which left one man with "serious, life-threatening injuries," was not a random act. RCMP believe the two men involved knew each other.
The NWT's new political leaders will broadcast live their opening discussion of the territory's priorities for the next four years. It airs on Wednesday at 9am.
Tourism, urban agriculture, and dog mushing are big parts of the plan, which sets out where new housing can go and how each part of the city will be developed.
There has been no sign of the four missing men, as an RCMP-led search winds down. A community-led search along the south shore continues.
Northwestel wants to run a vandal-proof fibre line under Great Slave Lake at a cost of $25M. Meanwhile, the company expects to offer unlimited data plans soon.
A Yellowknife woman urged others to be aware after avoiding a scam whereby fraudsters posed as representatives of a multinational corporation offering a job.
A resident reported a City Cab vehicle caught fire shortly after 5am on Sunday. The cause of the fire was not immediately clear. Nobody was reported hurt.