Staff at the Dechinta Centre for Research and Learning say a new short film documenting a community fish camp this past winter is a “love letter to Denendeh.”
Yellowknife’s mobile art gallery will make an appearance at Folk on the Rocks this weekend, featuring shows from three artists. First up: wall-to-wall boobs.
Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami has released a strategy to address what it has deemed “crisis” levels of food insecurity in Inuit Nunangat.
Inuvik's 2021 Great Northern Arts Festival begins at 7pm on Monday evening with an opening ceremony at the town's new special events pavilion.
A five-day youth wellness gathering will take place in Ulukhaktok later this month. Youth in the Beaufort Delta are encouraged to apply.
Tłı̨chǫ author Richard Van Camp is writing a graphic novel about a father trying to save his family from the end of the world, and he needs NWT residents' help.
The territorial government has scrapped the $200 transaction limits it imposed on NWT liquor stores at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A small group of Yellowknifers are vying to start a Toastmasters club in the capital, giving residents a space to practice speaking in public.
There's now an ice cream parlour in Yellowknife's Old Town. Pick up a cone with salted chocolate, Madagascar bourbon vanilla, or blueberry swirl.
The Mantle restaurant, forced to close last year, will return in the form of a new Yellowknife food truck on 48 Street from Monday.
“I wish you well, I wish you songs, I wish you peace. Hug your child.” Read the words of organizers and speakers at Thursday's march in Yellowknife.
“You’ll heal a family. Then you'll heal a whole community.” A group of northerners set out their next steps in offering more culturally relevant birth supports.