Canada introduced a bill designed to "chart the course to full implementation" of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Most Yellowknife councillors say the city should stop raising flags from other countries because it can cause "distress, confusion and hurt."
The NWT says it's serious about the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. What might UNDRIP change, and how could it be enforced?
Former Acho Dene Koe chief Floyd Bertrand is taking legal action with other band members against the First Nation's current chief, Gene Hope, and council.
Lengthy, emotionally charged, and neither side understands the other. No, it's not the US election – it's NWT MLAs and the Covid-19 secretariat. Here's a Q&A.
A new committee of MLAs will scrutinize the GNWT's work on treaty negotiations, self-government agreements, and implementing the UN Declaration.
Nominations opened on Monday for elections in nine NWT communities on December 14. If you want to run, you have until November 16 to declare your candidacy.
Candidates disqualified from this week's Pehdzeh Ki First Nation election described confusion and shame at the results. Seven of 12 candidates were ruled out.
Andrew Fox is the NWT's new Information and Privacy Commissioner, while Nicole MacNeil becomes the new executive director of the NWT Human Rights Commission.
Pehdzeh Ki First Nation says Lloyd Moses is its new chief after an election in which, unusually, more than half of the candidates appeared to be disqualified.
At a Sunday emergency meeting, the NWT premier briefed communities on four recent Covid-19 cases. More meetings will now assess whether isolation should change.
The Pehdzeh Ki First Nation in Wrigley will elect a chief and six councillors in November, while Aklavik is electing three community corporation directors.