The NWT must further prioritize housing, MLAs told cabinet in a themed legislature session, saying progress toward solving the housing crisis seemed too slow.
From hiring to healthcare, regular MLAs spent a day examining areas where they say the NWT government must do more to eliminate systemic racism.
The NWT’s minister for the status of women proposed the creation of a gender equity unit to "make decision-making better, more inclusive, and more productive."
David Searle, a lawyer and politician said to have been instrumental in bringing a representative, fully elected government to the NWT, has passed away.
A series of events encouraging Black people in northern and western Canada to run for federal office will take place online throughout March.
Almost nine months after the GNWT announced it was creating its own MMIWG action plan, one MLA is questioning whether the NWT will make big enough changes.
The NWT is being asked to open campgrounds early this season, although the minister responsible said that's a tough ask. Last year's coupon program may return.
The Acho Dene Koe First Nation has released the list of candidates for its upcoming election on April 26.
About a third of the way through its term, is this NWT government getting any legislation done? That question prompted a heated exchange on Monday.
NWT Senator Margaret Dawn Anderson has joined the Progressive Senate Group, the successor to the Senate's Liberal caucus.
“Just imagine nine Indigenous languages on Google Translate. That would be something." The GNWT sounds ready to approach Google about its Indigenous languages.
Steve Norn says the lack of medical emergency response in NWT communities is a “glaring gap” that is “endangering many northerners.”