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.
The online reservation system for all NWT Parks campgrounds, with one exception, opened for business on Wednesday morning.
Yellowknife Airport hosted an unusually large guest on Monday morning as a Norwegian Air Boeing 787 made an emergency diversion to the Northwest Territories.
Greenland athletes heading home from the Arctic Winter Games had to exit their bus through the emergency escape when it went off the road.
A snowfall warning has been issued for Hay River, just over a day before thousands of athletes travel to the Arctic Winter Games closing ceremony and head home.
Despite an embryonic platform on which to build, the Northwest Territories is working on ways to promote development of automated and electric vehicles.
It's about 20 degrees warmer than it was two days ago, so our thoughts rightly turn to camping. Here are some opening details about NWT campgrounds for 2018.
Almost all of the $96 million announced by Canada and the GNWT will go toward the upkeep of territorial highways, community access roads and winter roads.