Yellowknife’s Giant Mine was at one time the economic driving force behind the Northwest Territories.
A Yellowknife musician is facing charges after a string of disturbing and bizarre incidents.
The legislative assembly of the Northwest Territories has reconvened for a dog-fight of a session and the devolution deal signed between Ottawa and the territorial government is sure to be front and centre.
After nearly four decades of assessments and reviews, a final decision on the long awaited Mackenzie Valley gas pipeline is about to be reached.
Bed bugs have crept into the North.
Roads, airports and sewers in Canada’s North face serious threats from the unfolding impacts of climate change, the Parliamentary Aboriginal affairs committee has found, and it is calling on the federal government to step in and protect infrastructure “critical to northerners for their existence.”
The Regina RCMP has been called in to conduct a criminal investigation regarding members its G Division in the territories.
No consultation, no permit. That’s the decision from the Federal court regarding a mining company’s permit to explore the lands of two First Nations in the North.
Dene elder Michel Paper, 97, nearly tossed $1 million into the trash.