Jennifer Grant, posting to a public Facebook group, described "a massive team of officers" with guns and dogs in her neighbourhood.
The City of Yellowknife said several residents were checked by emergency crews after exposure to the spray, but nobody required hospital treatment.
A new emergency alert system is being tried for the first time. Depending on your settings, your phone will either make a sound like a siren or vibrate.
Informal studies suggest around 15 percent of northerners are subject to tax reassessments each year. The national reassessment rate is around 4.6 percent.
Three MLAs who held public hearings across the territory say nobody gave residents any facts about cannabis, leaving locals uneducated and ill-equipped.
The race for vice-president of Canada Soccer is a head-to-head contest between Ryan Fequet and Ontario's Nick Bontis.
Yellowknife will once again mount an ambitious bid to create traffic congestion this summer, with 16 construction projects taking place around the city.
The territory is increasing some health-related fees for the first time since 2013. The changes come into effect on May 15.
The Northwest Territories says without hundreds of millions of dollars in federal funding, it can't meet emissions reduction goals set by Ottawa.
Begg has hosted the show for more than a decade. In a post to Facebook late on Wednesday, she said she had made a "difficult decision [and] resigned."
The territorial government is petitioning one of its own ministers over proposed measures to protect caribou along the new Whatì all-season road.
The Yellowknife Chamber of Commerce is offering $1,200 to any organization that can solve its trade show parking dilemma.