The Dettah ice road is closed for the season, while the Liard River ice crossing to Nahanni Butte will close within 72 hours.
The federal, NWT and Tłı̨chǫ governments pledged $11 million to give Whatì high-speed internet by piggybacking on work to complete the all-season road.
As temperatures rise across the NWT, the Tłı̨chǫ winter roads are closing for the season. For the road to Whatì, that means closing forever.
A Behchokǫ̀ man who showed “reprehensible” behaviour by leaving a woman to die in the car he had just wrecked was sentenced to six and a half years in prison.
Steven Theriault is to be sentenced this week after he crashed a vehicle at high speed on Highway 3 in April last year, killing passenger Florriane Rabesca.
Complaining of 20 years of talk, Jackson Lafferty called on the territorial government to take firm action in providing reliable power to Whatì.
Habitat for Humanity in the NWT is planning two projects this year – a new build in Yellowknife and one in Behchokǫ̀.
There were 44 collisions involving tractor-trailers on Highway 3 between 2010 and 2019, killing four people. The GNWT has now released a log of those incidents.
We couldn't let the last-ever Whatì winter road just evaporate without a Cabin Radio road trip.
The GNWT has asked companies to express interest in providing cell service between Behchokǫ̀ and Yellowknife. If it happens, it won't be a straightforward task.
The NWT's extreme 2014 wildfire season saw big shifts in the number of people seeking help for conditions like asthma and pneumonia. A study examined the data.
A new Chief Jimmy Bruneau School for Behchokǫ̀ is still several years away from construction, education minister RJ Simpson says.