The territorial government is making progress on its strategies to address climate change, according to the latest annual reports, but experts say efforts are falling short.
The GNWT is sending a five-person delegation to the United Nations' 27th Conference of the Parties (COP27) taking place in Egypt over November 6 to 18.
Great Slave MLA Katrina Nokleby has introduced a private member’s bill proposing the name of the electoral district she represents be renamed “Tindee.”
A committee of MLAs is calling for accountability after the NWT health authority's deficit nearly quadrupled since the authority’s inception six years ago.
MLAs called for the NWT's environment minister to apologize in the legislature for a search conducted at the Łútsël K’é Dene First Nation's culture camp.
A court order issued over the weekend instructed a Salt River First Nation motion to suspend chief Toni Heron for 60 days will stand.
Just two late ballots have been received since polls closed at 7pm last Monday for Yellowknife’s municipal election, the city says.
Housing NWT should stop pursuing Elders for tens of thousands of dollars they cannot pay back in their lifetimes, says Monfwi MLA Jane Weyallon Armstrong.
Salt River First Nation’s new chief and some councillors are at odds, just one month after an election. Each side is trying to remove the other from office.
The health minister denied Richard Edjericon the right to keep speaking. The Great Slave MLA alleged corruption. Relations at the NWT legislature aren't great.
Imagine cargo airships coasting beneath the northern lights. Are they the future of freight for Canada's North? Not yet, but a breakthrough may be coming.
"Every dollar counts right now." Hay River councillors chose to leave the late Peter Magill's seat empty as the town handles this year's flood aftermath.