During the NWT election campaign, Caroline Cochrane set out how she thinks the NWT should be governed. Now that she's the premier, re-read our full interview.
Kevin O'Reilly and Rylund Johnson kept their seats in the NWT legislature after judicial recounts finished. Johnson's winning margin increased to six votes.
The new NWT government, yet to even meet, must decide how to handle one MLA-elect's debt to the territory. Senior figures warned of a perceived conflict ahead.
Paulie Chinna, set to become the Sahtu's first female MLA, says her first order of business is to find an immediate solution for education in Colville Lake.
Rocky Simpson's company owes almost $2 million to the NWT government – which he is about to help lead, as the Hay River South MLA-elect. And that's not all.
A member of Julie Green's team who tampered with a rival's signs during the NWT election was revealed to be her first-term constituency assistant, Craig Yeo.
Problems with substandard fuel are disrupting travel on the Arctic coast. Jackie Jacobson, elected on Tuesday, says the issue must be speedily addressed.
Caroline Cochrane and Jackson Lafferty each restated their interest in being the NWT's next leader. They both argue they know how to get MLAs working together.
The NWT's chief electoral officer confirmed mandatory recounts will go ahead in Yellowknife North and Frame Lake following Tuesday's election.
Using initial voting data, election administrators said turnout averaged 54 percent across the NWT. That's up from 44 percent in 2015.
All the votes have been counted and barring any recounts, we now know who will represent the NWT's 19 districts in the next legislative assembly.
NWT residents expressed shock and enthusiasm overnight as they grappled with an election that upturned politics in the territory. What will the outcome be?