Yellowknife’s new visitor centre opened in the city's Centre Square Mall on Monday. Take a look inside the facility.
The Yellowknives Dene Drummers, Ted Wesley and Norm Glowach are the first three occupants of a newly created NWT musicians' hall of fame.
Grown any humongous carrots lately? Craving bigger beets or a beautiful bouquet? The Yellowknives Dene First Nation's fall harvest fair runs on Saturday.
Unusually among film festivals, this one is waterborne. We asked organizer Terry Woolf for tips on paddling out to Friday's Dog Island Floating Film Festival.
Yellowknife’s new visitor centre opens in the Centre Square Mall at noon on Monday. (This is an updated version of our report from last week.)
"It’s accessible, but it’s not just about that." Children and adults hailed Yellowknife's inclusive playground at a formal celebration a year after it opened.
From the NACC stage, the Yellowknives Dene Drummers will appear in a drumming live show across Canada this weekend. Here are more details of NACC's fall season.
The Yellowknife Community Foundation donated $35,000 toward Habitat for Humanity NWT's efforts to build a new four-bedroom home in Yellowknife.
The NWT Recreation and Parks Association reopened its Get Active grant program for the winter, offering three tiers of grants for physical activities.
Two Yellowknifers seek your 100-word stories for inclusion in a zine being distributed to the city's little free libraries.
From Thursday, contested Yellowknife parking tickets will no longer require a territorial court hearing. Instead, there's a two-tier review process.
"A generation ago, Fort Providence was known for top, high-quality work." A new program seeks to restore that reputation while giving residents an income.