Yellowknife's YK1 school district issued the first in a new series of awards dedicated to the recognition of Indigenous students' achievements.
"Beyond anything I've ever tried." Four NWT artists had tables at the Indigenous Fashion Arts Festival market in Toronto. Two more had designs on the runway.
A hand games tournament in Dettah brought together dozens of teams with a prize fund worth $100,000. Moreover, it restored some fun after years of isolation.
The Hardys left Yellowknife last year, but Helmets for Hardy – a helmet giveaway in honour of their late son – will carry on. Students have taken up the cause.
$367,000 will be invested into 15 NWT projects through the federal New Horizons for Seniors program . Here are some of the projects being funded.
Lone Sorenson calls it a market garden, a teaching garden and a healing garden. This week, her Northern Roots garden welcomed seniors looking to get active.
Nicole Loubert's art has gained a following since she began experimenting with a new canvas last year: NWT licence plates.
Dene filmmaker Kelvin Redvers announced the launch of a production company that will aim to offer "a place where Indigenous creatives can feel comfortable."
After nearly a decade of reconstruction, Yellowknife's Tommy Forrest Ballpark is ready for its grand reopening later this month.
A Yellowknife physician is lending her voice in support of a climate change scientist awaiting sentencing for his protest against the Trans Mountain Pipeline.
Vandalism at Yellowknife's accessible playground is exasperating the city and infuriating the family that helped pay for it. How do other cities cope? We asked.
Saturday is Yellowknife indoor garage sale time. Not only is it the most fun you can have with other people's stuff, it might even help the environment.