"There were people taking D league seriously. You're not supposed to know the rules." Some Yellowknife slo-pitch teams are so bad, they needed a new division.
Yellowknife’s municipal election on October 17 will be conducted via vote-by-mail. Fill out an enumeration card online or by mail, or call the City to register.
Find Sir Ptomas, the mascot of northern gaming conference Ptarmicon, over the next three weekends for a chance to win passes to the convention and other prizes.
Rogers is working to resolve a major outage across their networks impacting cell phone service, Interac Debit, and Interac eTransfer.
Over 13,000 photographs by Bern Will Brown were made publicly available by the Northwest Territories Archives in early July.
New Yellowknife restaurant Safari Foods Family, which features Indo-African cuisine, will be open daily from 11am until 11pm.
Some NWT residents have observed that there seem to be fewer mosquitoes this year than usual – but is it true?
Maazes, Yellowknife's newest two-piece band, will be the surprise guest performing at Warm The Rocks Long Lake on Friday, July 15.
Canada Day was marked in Yellowknife with a parade and a concert, which opened with speeches encouraging the audience to reflect on colonial violence in Canada.
A senior dog was left behind in Yellowknife while her family flew to Inuvik on a Canadian North flight, and her owners want to know why.
A new apartment complex being built in downtown Hay River is now expected to open in 2023, with a waitlist growing for the 44 units available.
A fund that helps Yellowknife youth has been created in memory of Milo Martin, a teenager who passed away suddenly earlier this year.