It's the Yellowknife wedding of the summer, and the cake is made of fish heads. Gabby, a poodle diagnosed with cancer, is to marry Bojack, a northern special.
With Covid-19 the dominant worry, health officials in the NWT remain concerned about a syphilis outbreak. The pandemic's impact on that outbreak isn't clear.
If you could run the territory better – or if you've just got ideas – here's your chance. The NWT government will hold four sessions to discuss its next budget.
The City of Yellowknife says garbage and recycling are now being better managed, a year after concerns arose about recycling heading straight to the landfill.
The Hay River Soup Kitchen has reopened with limited hours this week to help serve meals to those who need them.
A new children’s book rooted in Fort Providence seeks to showcase Dene life nearly 70 years ago, through the eyes of a four-year-old Dene boy.
The chance to make a music video for Craig Cardiff’s new song, Yellowknife, is up for grabs. The catch? You have to do it in 48 hours or less.
Twenty-four teenagers from Nunavut and the Dehcho are heading out onto the lakes east of Yellowknife to develop their canoeing skills with experienced guides.
Water levels in some NWT lakes and rivers are setting records. It's giving fishers a tricky time but others are having fun, like paddlers – and mosquitoes.
Up to $100,000 in bursaries will be awarded to post-secondary students impacted by the pandemic.
Rosa Loutit, a Métis woman from Hay River, is vying for the chance to appear on the cover of Maxim magazine. She hopes her journey can empower Indigenous women.
"They'll have lifelong skills to support their families." A five-week program will give Tłı̨chǫ students experience working on the new all-season road.