EntrepreNorth, which is designed to get the North's Indigenous entrepreneurs off the ground, signed new deals with Shopify and the Mastercard Foundation.
A Yellowknife MLA has begun selling shirts bearing Dr Kami Kandola’s face to raise money for the Yellowknife Women’s Society and its Arnica Inn housing project.
Northerners at an Ottawa mock parliament for young francophones created a breakaway party to highlight the North's concerns. Onlookers said the gambit worked.
The NWT Literacy Council announced a new program to find eligible children and families who could be missing out on funding for post-secondary education.
An all-season link south is what Whatì's youth need, its chief said, with construction due to start. Yet some residents fear the effects of a year-round road.
Singalong shows, Frankenstein in shadow puppetry, a circus, and even a Cabin Radio appearance feature in this season's NACC line-up.
Just Fitness is adding a boxing club, which the gym's owners believe is the first in the Northwest Territories for 15 years.
Yellowknife hosted teams from five provinces and territories for a training camp designed to help civilian search-and-rescue crews get better.
Inuvik-based artist Abe Drennan says producing an album inside the town's famed Igloo Church was "one of the most challenging experiences" of his career.
Steve Bedingfield travels the world chasing the solar eclipse. When he's not doing that, he's on the streets of Yellowknife – showing residents the sun.
Martin and Lorraine Doyle returned to Yellowknife, where they first met, to celebrate five decades of marriage. They're "stunned" by the change they see.
“The community that sings together, clings together.” A musical night at Old Town Glassworks will raise money for the rebuilding of a Yellowknife houseboat.