"It can be bigger than just here." The owners of a successful Yellowknife mountain bike camp are looking to expand their programming to other communities.
The Yellowknife True North Rotary Club has almost finished building a new bridge at the Back Bay Cemetery. The old one was becoming unusable.
Last year, he canoed for three months through the barrenlands (with the kids). Now, he's starting a two-month solo hike across North America's longest esker.
A black bear was put down by RCMP officers near Yellowknife's NJ Macpherson School after multiple sightings over the weekend.
A new mural painted by Heather Duinker as part of the Old Town Ramble and Ride festival appears to be becoming a fast favourite with Yellowknifers.
Stores across Yellowknife have seen a huge rise in sales of gardening supplies, bikes, canoes, and other outdoor products as residents spend the summer at home.
With so much food growing at Inuvik's community greenhouse, a second market day and two new initiatives have been created to help residents take advantage.
The Mini-Overlander Sports Marathon is awaiting approval. The August event is being billed as Yellowknife's first in-person race of the summer.
On August 29, musicians across the globe will come together to play music on their porches – but organizers are still looking for more northern representation.
Mermaid and Moon Boutique and Event Rentals YK have teamed up to create the 47th Street Festival, featuring live music, workshops and fitness classes.
"A language arts legend." Teachers in Yellowknife paid tribute to Gerard Landry as he retired after four decades. Some of them had once been his students.
If you know your way around mental wellness and addictions in the NWT, you might want to apply for this position on a territorial advisory group.