The federal government will invest more than half a billion dollars in a series of infrastructure projects across the NWT.
The process of finding a new senator for the Northwest Territories has begun. If you really want the job, here are the criteria you need to satisfy.
Well-known Yellowknifer Carl Bulger, a great supporter of sports in the city for decades, has passed away suddenly.
Festival organizers published an opening list of nine acts on Friday morning, including Yellowknife's own Quantum Tangle.
The City of Yellowknife has begun reactivating its network of public security cameras following the adoption of a policy governing their use.
Yellowknife will have a new mayor in October this year after Mark Heyck announced he will not run for re-election.
A photographer dedicated to the creation of giant Canadian emblems from tens of thousands of portraits is back in Yellowknife for a fourth time.
This March, work begins to decide whether an old Hudson's Bay Company warehouse in Yellowknife can be given new life – and what that life will be.
The UNW escalated its strike threats to multiple fronts on Thursday as it published the results of a strike vote held among power corporation workers.
Finance minister Robert C McLeod has unveiled the NWT's 2018-19 budget. There are no significant cuts and some modest expenditure on new programs and services.
Akeem Haynes, a member of Canada's 4x100m men's relay team at the 2016 Rio Olympics, has signed a contract with the CFL's Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
Some territorial government workers expressed concern as the Union of Northern Workers moved toward a strike vote deemed premature by their employer.