Cabins flood near Tulita Some of nearly 20 cabins at Willow Lake north of Tulita have flooded and others were in danger of flooding last week as waters continued to rise on the Great Bear River.
No timeline for Hay River fish industry revival The GNWT is getting closer to completing a business plan it has been working on since last year for the commercial fishing industry on Great Slave Lake.
A lifetime of helping Charlene Blake has always been a helper. That's why the Tsiigehtchic woman was awarded a Government of the Northwest Territories Outstanding Volunteer Award earlier this month, thanking her for years of service to her community.
Proposed pellet mill finds a home On May 12, Brad Mapes got the news he had been waiting to hear - that his company has legal title to 3.2 square kilometres of land on which to build a pellet mill.
A new spin on an old tradition Residents in communities along the Mackenzie River are sharing videos, photos and information about this year's ice breakup, thanks to a new Facebook page launched earlier this month.
Airport fire captain retires after 37 years When Pat Fowler first started as a firefighter 37 years ago, the job was to put out the fire and rescue the people - he says that hasn't changed much, but the safety gear sure has.
A crash course in trauma counselling A health-care worker in Fort Providence said she now has better tools to help people who are dealing with serious trauma issues.
Making the day go smoothly Grade 8 student Sharleen Boyle has a few smoothie secrets.