RCMP say a Sahtu Helicopters Bell 407 has safely landed in the Mackenzie Mountains after entering difficulties.
The federal government is investing $102.5 million in the NWT's plan to build a Mackenzie Valley Highway from the Arctic coast to Wrigley and the south.
Here's a full guide to what's happening at the highway, as provided by territorial officials at a briefing in June 2018.
The road, which officially opened six months ago, closed again on May 12 owing to soft, slippery conditions which threatened to strand some vehicles.
Yellowknifers faced delays of 30 minutes or more on the opening morning of full closure for the city's only road worth talking about.
Upgrade work is taking place at Yellowknife Airport. But what exactly is happening and what will you, the passenger, get at the end of it?
Just under $50 million will be spent repairing and upgrading the territory's roads, infrastructure minister Wally Schumann told the legislature on Monday.
The highway has been entirely closed since early May and is considered impassable owing to slippery and soft sections.
The unfortunate typographical error, likely the fault of autocorrect, was brought to Cabin Radio's attention by a local resident.
The Northwest Territories' parks reopen for the summer on Friday, May 11. Some of them are packing upgrades.
The Department of Infrastructure issued the advisory on Thursday, saying drivers on closed roads were acting in unsafe and illegal fashion.
An IRC news release issued on Wednesday states the corporation earned $83 million before tax last year, resulting in a profit of $69 million.