Despite reports of border-busting "tourists" turning out to be locals, these Yellowknifers of East Asian descent feel pandemic racism hasn't reached their city.
If you've got anything to invest during the pandemic, be ultra-careful with it, said a leading business economy professor. "Just get through it."
A leaseholder outside Yellowknife says squatters haven't been dealt with for years, echoing Yellowknives Dene concerns. The GNWT says it's not a simple process.
Dene writer Catherine Lafferty's new book, due this fall, draws on her grandmother’s birthplace to tell young adults stories partly based on Dene legends.
"Kids love seeing water drip out of a tree." Pick up free birch tapping equipment at a Yellowknife hardware store, then follow online lesson plans.
The NWT Disabilities Council says turning its downtown shelter into a Covid-19 isolation centre provided some big positives in areas like managed alcohol.
A cybersecurity expert has been retained to lead the investigation into last week's attack on the NWT Power Corporation. Little other detail is being provided.
The NWT's chief public health officer says outdoor activities and the reopening of businesses will be first on the list when Covid-19 restrictions are eased.
Brightly coloured, highly-visible warning labels could give people sober second thoughts at the liquor store, according to new research conducted in the Yukon.
Yellowknife's day shelter and sobering centre is returning to its intended use, with reduced capacity, after serving as an isolation shelter for the past month.
A Ukrainian couple were one step away from becoming permanent residents in Yellowknife. They ended up without jobs or healthcare and couldn't even leave Canada.
Expanding the Taltson hydro system is like buying a new truck with a snow plow to dowse a fire, a study says. The GNWT says it's the best route to cheap power.