Tu Nedhé-Willideh MLA Richard Edjericon, briefly barred from the legislature over comments about the health minister, returned to similar issues on Thursday.
The Dempster Highway needs to be widened, MLA Lesa Semmler argues, while Ron Bonnetrouge fears the money won't exist to repair flood-damaged roads.
The NWT's political system should remain essentially as-is with 19 seats, a commission concluded, dropping an option that would have cut three seats.
The latest feud among NWT politicians reached the legislature as Richard Edjericon and Julie Green continued a battle over healthcare in smaller communities.
Patrick Brown, one of six candidates vying to be the new leader of the Conservative Party, visited Yellowknife in the hope of attracting new party members.
Whether the NWT is in a mental health crisis continues to be a debate among MLAs. The health minister says she has been misunderstood on the subject.
In a new paper, Yellowknife's Marlisa Brown sets out how governments could help people better understand land claims, treaties and the self-government process.
Hay River South MLA Rocky Simpson asked when residents can expect to see compensation for this month's flood damage – and criticized the amounts on offer.
The Acho Dene Koe First Nation says a fresh attempt to elect a chief will be made in September 2022, more than two years after an election was due.
Territorial leaders repeated a familiar refrain: not enough federal cash is being released to adequately address climate change in the North.
Contenders to become the next Grand Chief of the Dehcho First Nations can now come forward. The nomination period has opened ahead of a June election.
Experts are divided on what Russia’s invasion of Ukraine means for Arctic security, but agree Canada must do more to protect its interests in the region.