The NWT government has issued Covid-19 exposure notices for Fort Simpson and a September 23 flight between Yellowknife, Colville Lake and Fort Good Hope.
Norman Wells RCMP charged a Newfoundland 44-year-old with a range of offences related to sexual interference. Police said at least three children were involved.
Yellowknife recorded 14 new Covid-19 cases on Wednesday while active case numbers fell in the Sahtu. Work from home if you can, Yellowknifers are being told.
The NWT reported 14 new Covid-19 cases on Wednesday and the number of active cases grew slightly. Students at two Yellowknife schools tested positive.
Decreasing Sahtu Covid-19 caseloads mean containment ends this weekend in two communities. The Delta variant is said to be moving "very quickly" in some areas.
Tulita ordered a community lockdown until September 10 after a resident's rapid Covid-19 test returned a positive result.
There are six new Covid-19 cases in Yellowknife, including one at the city's jail, and three in Fort Good Hope. The number of active cases fell slightly to 115.
A temporary prohibition order takes effect in Tuktoyaktuk on Saturday so the community can prohibit alcohol during community events over the Labour Day weekend.
Dene Elder Gabriel Kochon is the first person to have died from Covid-19 in the NWT. Friends and family remember his powerful legacy.
A Fort Good Hope Elder has become the first person in the Northwest Territories to pass away from Covid-19.
The NWT now has 220 active Covid-19 cases. The GNWT said the virus had unexpectedly appeared in Behchokǫ̀'s sewage and issued a series of fresh instructions.
A fresh Covid-19 exposure notification has been issued for a Saturday Canadian North flight between Yellowknife and Norman Wells.