Digawolf's latest album – Įnı̀ (Spirit), the NWT artist's first all-Tłı̨chǫ album in a decade – has been given an October 28 release date.
Nobody wants to spend weeks in hospital. If it has to happen, you might as well create a picture book about a polar bear. So that's what Nikolai Deleff did.
Michel Labine has finished a 25-foot snowshoe, with bison rawhide laces, that he hopes will set a record. And now he has a lineup of giant snowshoe clients.
"It was great to be big brother to my little sister again." They missed out on victory, but Jesse and Marika Cockney say The Amazing Race brought them together.
The Amazing Race Canada's eighth season ends on Tuesday night. Two Inuvialuit siblings born in Yellowknife start the finale in third place.
A mural painted by Fort Smith's Melanie Jewell in Vancouver's South Main neighbourhood received its official unveiling. Watch a video of the mural being made.
Northern Spirit Squares, a square-dancing community dedicated to queer folk and allies, will soon hit dance floors in Yellowknife.
Inuvialuit artist Angus Cockney comes to Yellowknife this month, interpreting Inuit stories of the year's 12 moons in a project that celebrates storytelling.
"When you play punk rock, you don’t get a lot of mainstream attention." But now Brenden MacIntosh has an NWT award to his name and a release party coming up.
Tanya Tagaq turned down every offer to star in a documentary – until this one. Ever Deadly just had its world premiere. Watch the trailer here.
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.