Brandon Maher


Brandon Maher is a CBC reporter in Yellowknife.

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N.W.T. government launches action plan for Indigenous languages access, revitalization

The territorial government announced its new language action plan, which includes 17 initiatives for Indigenous language access and revitalization.

University of Alberta's School of Public Health to get a northern touch

The University of Alberta's School of Public Health is appointing five adjunct professors and two Indigenous elders from the Northwest Territories.

N.W.T. government announces $5.6M for agriculture projects

Agriculture groups looking to expand their business now have the opportunity to apply for funding.

Northwestel says some people's internet bills will drop from $200 to $80, after federal funding

MP Michael McLeod announced more than $4.6 million of federal funding that will lower people's bills with Northwestel.

One-on-one counselling coming to 8 N.W.T. schools this fall

Seven mental health counsellors and one clinical supervisor will be coming to schools in the Tlicho and Dehcho regions this September.

Habitat for Humanity to build 3rd house in Yellowknife

Organizers are proposing to build the home on a lot on the newly created Spruce Road in the Range Lake area

City of Yellowknife considering new hire to investigate future complaints against officials

'I don't see it as a reflection of the political environment necessarily, but it's simply best practice,' says mayor about integrity commissioner.

Yellowknife Catholic school board faces long-term displacement after blaze

Fire damage on the inside of the building is extensive, according to Yellowknife Catholic Schools superintendent Claudia Parker.

N.W.T.'s on-the-land programs receive $1M grant

On the Land Collaborative, a project created to allow communities to access funds for on the land projects, announced a $1 million grant that will be distributed to the approved projects.

Prime Minister responds to N.W.T. letter on Giant Mine apology: Premier

N.W.T. Premier Bob McLeod says federal minister setting up meetings with Yellowknives Dene First Nation about Giant Mine.