The 2021 Canadian Championship Dog Derby on Yellowknife Bay – running from Friday to Sunday – brings months of competition between NWT mushers to a head.
The NWT asked residents for feedback as it begins redesigning the Education Act with the aim of bringing its students "to the same level as the rest of Canada."
After nearly 50 years selling Inuit and Dene art, Northern Images is closing the doors to its downtown Yellowknife business in favour of an online approach.
More than $2 million will be spent on finding ways to increase the HPV vaccine uptake rate in the NWT, which lags behind vaccination rates elsewhere in Canada.
This weekend's Under Dog 100 sled dog race will feature Kathy Beaupré, for whom the sport found new meaning after the passing of her late granddaughter, Lily.
The NWT's new Black advocacy coalition held its first meeting with the GNWT and RCMP to raise concerns about racism in the territory's justice system.
Folk on the Rocks is set to come back this summer. To celebrate, the festival team is giving NWT residents a chance to design some of the 2021 merchandise.
Great Northern Arts Festival is coming back to the Beaufort Delta this year, as a gathering for established and emerging artists.
Tickets for this Saturday's Inuvik comedy show sold at a record rate. Money raised will go to Arctic Paws after the group took a hit in February's bingo mayhem.
The City of Yellowknife and Wilfrid Laurier University have teamed up to explore what a community food hub in the city could look like. Here's what that means.
After an online campaign led by NWT musicians, venues are now preparing proposals to the GNWT that would allow live music to return to the territory.
The territorial government is warning NWT residents to prepare for potential flooding this spring with rivers and streams still at unprecedented levels.