A man is in critical condition after an assault in downtown Yellowknife on Tuesday. Police appealed for help from anyone who may have witnessed the incident.
Ramsay, a former cabinet minister voted out of office in 2015, said he has the leadership experience needed at a "pivotal" moment for the NWT.
Cody Durocher assaulted a 13-year-old in the town in 2014. It was his fourth sexual assault conviction, leading a judge to deem him a dangerous offender.
Winsor sets out her platform's planks of growth, opportunity, and leadership, placing her focus on the economy and social issues ahead of environmental concerns
The NWT’s New Democrats have at last found a candidate to stand in this fall’s federal election. The candidate's identity will be revealed on September 11.
The NWT's francophone school board is close to beginning legal action after five families were told their children cannot attend French-speaking schools.
One Yellowknife city councillor is standing in October's territorial election and another is considering doing the same, with Friday the deadline to enter.
Hay River police and the NWT coroner's office are investigating after a man was found dead on a trail near Riverview Drive.
A new school is in the works for Colville Lake. Residents hope the building can help to turn around flagging graduation rates and high teacher turnover.
A new 23-bed women's jail officially opened in Fort Smith on Friday, though inmates won't move in until mid-October when staff training has been completed.
Fort Smith filmed the Mountain Portage trail and rapids for Google Street View. It will be the first time Street View is available in the South Slave.
Twelve people drove from California and Portland, Oregon, to attend this year's Dark Sky Festival in Wood Buffalo National Park – with a rocket in tow.