Cross-country skier Jesse Cockney is the latest athlete with Northwest Territories roots to be named to Team Canada for the 2018 Winter Olympics.
The 28-year-old was initially reported missing on Thursday. Complicating the task of finding him, police were not able to provide a photo.
The National Energy Board approved plans to repair an Enbridge pipeline vital to oil production in Norman Wells, which has been shut off since late 2016.
See the full list of selected athletes and coaches for Team NT at the 2018 Arctic Winter Games in Hay River and Fort Smith, plus stats about the team.
Four-time nordic skiing Olympians Sharon Firth and Shirley Firth-Larsson, born in Aklavik, star in new Canada Post stamps celebrating women in winter sports.
A social worker who counsels northern residential school survivors is trying what he believes is a new way to address issues with alcohol, drugs, and abuse.
Wednesday's national inquiry public hearing in Yellowknife heard from Jayda Andre, who remembered the murder of her older sister, Joni, in 2004.
Like a winter hurricane in rarity, like Santa in the joy it has spread, a winter food truck mysteriously appeared in Kam Lake at the start of this week.
When the NWT's athletes go for the W at March's Arctic Winter Games, they will also be leaving one behind.
Thousands of volunteers make a big difference to communities across the Northwest Territories. It's about time the ones helping your community got recognition.
The community hearings are now expected to feature testimony from 40 families, a number that has increased as more people come forward and ask to speak.
A public meeting will be organized for affected residents as the City of Yellowknife figures out how to clean up last week's large sewage spill in Kam Lake.