A Northwestern Air Lease plane was the site of Aurora College’s 50th anniversary logo unveiling on Thursday.
The NWT's premier says federal 'uncertainty' is damaging Indigenous relations, but the new Dene National Chief plans to prioritize Ottawa over the GNWT.
Adrian Bell says he is the only candidate with the blend of experience, proactivity, and knowledge to lead Yellowknife as its next mayor.
Barren Ground Coffee says it's adding Indigenous languages to its packaging as it expands into Nunavut.
Mapes cited building a new arena, hosting the Arctic Winter Games, and getting the town’s finances organized as accomplishments of which he is most proud.
The owners have listed the building, described as "a unique turn-key opportunity to walk in and take over a proven business," for $1.31 million.
Aklavik put out a public notice on Tuesday afternoon advising residents to conserve water as pump has broken down at the water plant.
Mark Heyck, the outgoing mayor of Yellowknife, will become the new executive director of the Arctic Energy Alliance.
The Dene sacred tree, which fell in high winds last month, has completed its move to the nearby Wiilideh site.
As if running a golf course in the Arctic weren't difficult enough, Inuvik's Roads End Golf Club is dealing with a theft.
Around three hundred people spent a fruitless morning inside Yellowknife's Chateau Nova Hotel as an apparent lack of interpreter held up jury selection.
Forty businesses will vie for nine titles at 2018's Yellowknife Chamber of Commerce Business Awards next month.