The Green Party will determine its NWT candidate for the October 2019 federal election on May 10 – following a founding meeting to get things rolling.
First elected in 2004, McLeod has been a minister for more than a decade. Speaker Jackson Lafferty said he had "contributed a lot to the NWT and to this house."
Stating economy must trump environment, a Conservative spokesperson for the North declared 'the future is mining' and pushed for industry self-regulation.
Incumbent Duane Smith will remain as chair and chief executive officer of the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation (IRC).
On Tuesday at 9am, 42 Inuvialuit Regional Corporation directors will elect a new chair and chief executive officer of the organization for the next three years.
The Sahtu Dene and Métis of Norman Wells signed an agreement-in-principle with the federal and territorial governments, taking a step closer to self-government.
A TV broadcaster before entering politics, O'Regan replaces Jane Philpott in a role overseeing services like water and healthcare for Indigenous communities.
A former NWT MP is urging the territory to reform its political system, claiming civil servants are given too much power and politicians not held accountable.
UNW Locals 9 and 11 are expected to take to the pop-up practice picket line on January 9 outside of the North Slave Correctional Complex's young offender unit.
A special committee is touring the territory to discuss barriers women face to running in territorial elections. We went to the Fort Smith session.
Yellowknife residents joined protesters across Canada in rallying to support anti-pipeline checkpoints established by members of the Wet'suwet'en Nation.
At an event on Friday, NWT MP Michael McLeod will celebrate nomination by the Liberal Party to defend his seat at this year's federal election.