This weekend's Slave River Paddlefest will feature a River Night in memory of environmentalist and Fort Smith resident Jacques van Pelt.
It's a tale of revenge, paint, and fireworks: the year-long story behind the emergence of a large sign proclaiming 'Poop' at a Yellowknife ballpark.
Fire bans in the North Slave were lifted as rain helped to slow the growth of two wildfires near Yellowknife and Behchokǫ̀.
The finalists are declared for the second Win Your Space YK competition, in which Yellowknifers with business ideas can win a year's leased space downtown.
Chris Zouboules, who previously operated Museum Café at the neighbouring Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, opened the doors to Cliff Café on Tuesday.
Sousanh Chanthalangsy-Bornilla, owner of Yellowknife's One of a Thai food truck, placed in two of five events at the Manitoba Classic Strongman Competition.
The creator of a Yellowknife yoga camp for kids says she dreamed up the idea to give youth a choice.
Ptarmicon, which bills itself the world's most northerly gaming convention, begins in Yellowknife on Friday.
Etienne Croteau has partnered with Thea Campbell to plan the construction of a solar-heated, energy-efficient greenhouse in Yellowknife.
The Great Benjamin's Circus rolls into Yellowknife on Saturday, July 21 – where it will go head-to-head with the annual Folk on the Rocks music festival.
Experts have proposed a five-step plan to rebuild Yellowknife's 50/50 lot, the downtown patch of land currently occupied by a parking lot.