Bell Mobility loses class-action lawsuit Bell Mobility was found to have wrongly charged thousands of Northern customers 75 cents per month for non-existent 9-1-1 service by the Supreme Court, according to a decision released May 17.
Dehcho wants voice on Wildlife Act The Dehcho First Nations (DFN) is calling for public meetings in the Deh Cho on the proposed Wildlife Act to be rescheduled.
Gas discovery declared in Deh Cho A Calgary-based energy company is looking at long-term activity at the Deh Cho region's Liard Basin after receiving a commercial discovery declaration from the National Energy Board.
Dog debate draws crowd Opinions abounded in the city of Yellowknife council chamber on Thursday afternoon where Yellowknifers gathered to share their thoughts on the proposed changes to Yellowknife's dog bylaw.
Conditions for fracking project under review The Sahtu Land and Water Board has halted the review of a ConocoPhillips project that would use hydraulic fracturing on two exploratory horizontal wells in the region as they await responses on draft conditions released on May 16.
'Champion' of wireless upgrades Falcon Communications is well on its way towards its goal of establishing both cellphone service and quality Internet services in every community in the NWT.
Building trust in devolution Despite assurances from the territorial government, how devolution will affect land claims and aboriginal self-government remains a concern from some in the Sahtu.
Community leaders focus on economy While there was no shortage of official business to attend to in nearly four days of meetings and presentations both delegates to, and officials of, the Northwest Territories Association of Communities (NWTAC) said the main event was the opportunity to network.
Fort Smith arena fire could mean winter without rink Fort Smith is facing the possibility that it will not have a usable arena this coming winter due to damage from a fire.
Highway 3 truck traffic restricted The road surface on Highway 3 is feeling the stress of increased truck traffic now that there are no delays crossing the Mackenzie River during spring breakup with the opening of the Deh Cho Bridge last November.
Breaking up is not hard to do Despite the heaviest snowfall on record over the winter, water levels were low as the Hay River began its annual breakup, and the West Channel and Old Town areas remained dry as of Saturday.
Volunteers honoured at conference Hay River Mayor Andrew Cassidy says the hard part of honouring volunteers is getting them to show up for awards ceremonies because they don't do what they do for personal recognition.
Man jailed for stabbing house guest A man convicted of knifing a house guest after he told the victim and his girlfriend that he would stab them if they didn't leave the premises, was sentenced to 19 months in jail Thursday in territorial court.
Salt River members pass motion of non-confidence in chief A motion of non-confidence has been passed in the leadership of Chief Frieda Martselos at a membership meeting of Salt River First Nation (SRFN).
Room to be creative at museum Grace Sherwin is enjoying the creative freedom of her new job in Fort Smith.
Paving a possibility for Enterprise The residential areas of Enterprise may be getting pavement this summer.
Volunteering important to Deline student Hannah Taneton is no stranger to a busy schedule. The Grade 11 student at Ehtseo Ayha School in Deline says planning is a big part of making sure she stays on top of her agenda.