Yellowknife's Naka Festival, celebrating the aurora borealis and northern culture, will return throughout March. The city has released a schedule of events.
As springtime jamborees across the NWT face uncertain futures this year, the Peel River Jamboree looks to press ahead with a mix of online and in-person events.
Yellowknife's Long John Jamboree won't take place this year because of Covid-19 – its fourth disrupted year in a row.
The application deadline for NWT Arts Council grants has been extended to April 15, the territorial government said on Tuesday.
Black Press Media, the publisher of more than 170 newspapers in western Canada and the US, is in negotiations to purchase Northern News Services' papers.
Northern News Services' website disappeared late last week. Publisher Bruce Valpy says staff are having to rebuild NNSL's online presence from scratch.
Antoine Mountain's memoir From Bear Rock Mountain won NWT literary non-profit NorthWords' annual award, while Sharing our Truths took NorthWords' youth award.
This is your chance: with no way for the usual star snow-carving experts to travel, Yellowknife residents can team up and win prizes at this year's contest.
She Gives Birth will explore racism in healthcare. Its creators say film is "a great platform to discuss things we may not be comfortable outright saying."
A 2,000 square-foot production studio, HyperArctika, is being built in Yellowknife. Its owners hope it means more NWT filming opportunities at a lower cost.
A Derrald Taylor ice carving sprang up at Yellowknife's Somba K'e Park on Sunday. If you want to see it, hurry (and keep your distance) – it has hours to live.
NWT-based record label One North Recordings released Miss Too Good, the debut single from Yellowknife singer-songwriter Nara Dapilos. Listen to it here.