How's your local salon coping this year? We asked stylists in Yellowknife, Inuvik, and Fort Smith about the challenges they faced in 2020 and how they adapted.
NWT students down south and other northerners outside the territory shouldn't come home for the holidays, the premier and chief public health officer said.
"Northlands hasn't always been the most desirable neighbourhood." Residents are trying to change that, and they want you to check out their holiday decorations.
The GNWT published a report summarizing feedback from communities regarding Covid-19 isolation measures. Views vary, and change doesn't seem imminent.
Eleven-year-old Jules follows the footsteps of her ancestors in a new book documenting a key annual event in Tłı̨chǫ culture. The book launches on Tuesday.
It’s National Addictions Awareness Week in Canada. We spent time with people marching through downtown Yellowknife at an event organized by the Tree of Peace.
A virtual and free production of Handel’s Messiah is breaking new linguistic and cultural ground. The NWT's Leela Gilday is among 12 singers from across Canada.
Hundreds of Yellowknifers waited nearly two hours in their cars to see the city’s “reverse Santa Claus parade,” only to be turned away. Reactions varied.
The CloudWorks Four building, on Yellowknife's 49 Street, is shaping up to be a downtown success story that was rare in the city even before Covid-19 hit.
The NWT government warned residents to take care on the land as high water levels continue into the winter, which could change the way freeze-up takes place.
Inuvik is getting a year-round hydroponic greenhouse that could be the start of similar projects across the Beaufort Delta. It'll mean more food and more jobs.
Choosing its words carefully given pandemic travel restrictions, National Geographic selected Yellowknife as one of 25 "destinations on the rise" in 2021.