Folk on the Rocks is relaunching a talent show that gives the winner a slot on the main stage. Here's how to enter or get tickets for the show.
"It's hard to get things done. It's frustrating." As boards across the NWT struggle for volunteers, Inuvik's Great Northern Arts Festival put out a plea.
Yellowknife's Book Cellar will close early on weeknights after incidents involving "weapon threats and damaged property."
Easter Sunday in Yellowknife brings a new challenge: take the family and try to find a plush-toy ptarmigan on the city's Frame Lake Trail. Here's how to play.
NorthWords, the Yellowknife-based writers' festival, will be held in person from May 26-29 after two years of taking place mostly online.
Folk on the Rocks on Friday named Haviah Mighty, Stu Larsen and PIQSIQ to its 2022 lineup in the second of three announcements.
Children and youth from across Yellowknife will gather on Friday to begin performing the music they've been practising online for months.
Curlfriends, a Yellowknife sitcom about a beer-league curling team, will premiere this summer. Bridget Rusk described the process of creating the show.
Fort Providence announced its Bison Jamboree, the latest NWT spring carnival preparing to greet eased restrictions. Watch out for the best animal sound contest.
Folk on the Rocks revealed Joel Plaskett will be a 2022 headliner as the Yellowknife music festival made the first of three lineup announcements.
Family Feud Canada is fishing for more northern contestants as the show heads toward a fourth season.
There's live music across Yellowknife this weekend as the city's scene reawakens. Music NWT, meanwhile, plans more youth programs and its own awards show.