The cleanliness of the NWT's highway outhouses is still a problem. “I hope that every time the minister walks by a washroom, she thinks about it,” said one MLA.
Some northern defence lawyers say Ottawa's move to erase some mandatory minimum sentences places faith in judges and makes sense. Conservatives disagree.
The federal government has introduced new legislation that could get rid of mandatory minimum sentences for a number of firearm and drug offences.
The NWT is either showing leadership on climate change mitigation or heading toward dismal failure to meet emissions reduction targets. It depends who you ask.
We know. It's a long, long time between New Year's Day and Easter. A Yellowknife MLA is trying to convince a reluctant GNWT to add a February day off.
Integrated case management works, if you can get it. Kam Lake MLA Caitlin Cleveland says that's the problem: even MLAs have trouble getting people on the list.
The Acho Dene Koe First Nation chief and council election will now be held on April 26, having been postponed following January's cluster of Covid-19 cases.
Health minister Julie Green on Wednesday apologized for remarks she made to Great Slave MLA Katrina Nokleby in the Legislative Assembly the previous day.
The NWT government says it doesn't yet have the cash to move its midwifery programs to the next level, but some expansion plans are making progress.
A new Chief Jimmy Bruneau School for Behchokǫ̀ is still several years away from construction, education minister RJ Simpson says.
Great Slave MLA Katrina Nokleby three times called health minister Julie Green's conduct "disgusting" as tempers frayed again at the NWT's legislature.
The NWT's travel restrictions during the Covid-19 pandemic may mean more teachers than usual leave the North and don't come back in September, one MLA fears.