For the first time, Parks Canada helped facilitate a traditional ceremony to open the Nahanni National Park Reserve for the season.
The jobs of 150 entry-level workers at the Ekati diamond mine have been saved as mine owner Dominion and the Union of Northern Workers reached a deal.
Plans to reintroduce KFC to Yellowknife got a green light from city councillors, who also amended the rules on hotels in Old Town.
In a close vote, Yellowknife city councillors chose to remove an energy efficiency standard central to the municipality's building requirements for homes.
In a Facebook post on Monday evening, Fort Smith resident Patti-Kay Hamilton shared photos of an apparent landslide that took out a popular ski hill.
RCMP were called to the lake just after 8am on Monday morning. The boaters had been due to return on Sunday evening and had no means of communication on board.
Officials say they are no longer concerned by a wildfire south of Fort Liard as a band of rain sweeps into the region.
Yellowknife and Fort Smith are battling to host a university in their communities following a report's recommendation that the NWT build one.
Organizers in Fort Smith hope the sport sparks interest in small-engine mechanics among youth in the community.
Faced with an exodus of pilots, Northwestern Air Lease says its planned aviation school to nurture northern talent “is definitely going to happen.”
A three-day tournament, run annually by the Salt River First Nation, drew teams from across the NWT and Northern Alberta to Fort Smith.
The document proposing three new fast food outlets for Yellowknife runs to 17 pages. Here are some of the things we learned from it.