Despite restrictions easing federally, the GNWT gave no indication it will relax mandatory isolation requirements for children under 12 and their caregivers.
The pandemic checkpoint between the NWT and Alberta outside Fort Smith will be dismantled on August 1, the territorial government said on Wednesday.
Residents reported delays on the NWT's busiest highway after a semi truck overturned between Behchokǫ̀ and Fort Providence on Saturday. The road has reopened.
Fully vaccinated travellers eligible to enter Canada will no longer be required to stay at a federal isolation centre or complete a Covid-19 test on day eight.
The federal and territorial governments are contributing a combined $42 million for a new airport terminal in Inuvik.
After more than a year, NWT residents who are fully vaccinated can now leave the territory without isolating on their return. The change kicked in on Monday.
The NWT government has temporarily suspended an isolation exemption for travellers from the Yukon due to a Covid-19 outbreak in the westernmost territory.
Fully vaccinated NWT residents are closer to life without isolation after travel. New figures show Canada has met one of two criteria for the rules to loosen.
The GNWT urged residents to be cautious in the Yukon with Covid-19 cases on the rise. Meanwhile, Nunavut reopened its side of a common travel area with the NWT.
Two new relief programs announced on Monday will help tourism operators and accommodation providers cover fixed costs until borders open.
The territorial government plans to spend $110 million on highway improvements across the NWT this year. Here's where you will find roadwork this summer.
The NWT will start allowing more travellers entering from Yukon to secure exemptions from isolation. Here's how that process will work.