A heat warning has been issued for some Beaufort Delta and Sahtu communities as temperatures are expected to reach at least 29 degrees Celsius.
Tulita's Ethel Blondin-Andrew, Canada's first Indigenous female MP, has been named an Officer of the Order of Canada by Governor General Mary Simon.
The Fort Norman Métis Community says it "will not accept the last apology" delivered by Pope Francis regarding Catholic involvement in residential schools.
The Nahɂą Dehé Dene Band says water levels have decreased several inches since Monday.
Norman Wells RCMP say cell phone, long distance calling, landlines and internet services in the town are down or operating intermittently.
The Sahtu Secretariat accused Imperial Oil of "colonialism by any other name" after the company suggested the south should not have to accept northern waste.
The federal government pledged $2.6 million to support a project that will create 10 new affordable housing units in Délı̨nę.
Residents of Délı̨nę no longer need to boil their water before consuming it, the territorial government said on Monday afternoon.
As South Slave residents assess the damage, communities along the Mackenzie and Peel rivers are now carefully monitoring local water levels. Here's the latest.
A boil-water advisory is in effect for Délı̨nę in response to unusually high murkiness in the community's drinking water.
Police have found and arrested a Norman Wells 19-year-old charged with attempted murder after an 18-year-old man was shot in Yellowknife last weekend.
The late Morris Neyelle, a pillar of Délı̨nę's community, is remembered as an artist, activist, musician and historian who cared tremendously about his people.