Great Northern Arts Festival is coming back to the Beaufort Delta this year, as a gathering for established and emerging artists.
We followed eight teams of Yellowknifers throughout this year's snow carving contest on the bay. See how everything came together.
Yellowknife's Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre is to host a beginners' hand games workshop in partnership with the Yellowknives Dene First Nation.
After an online campaign led by NWT musicians, venues are now preparing proposals to the GNWT that would allow live music to return to the territory.
Gathering to play the world's most noticeable wind instrument isn't easy during this pandemic. The NWT Pipe Band found a new way to keep learning and playing.
Stephen Richardson, a music teacher at Yellowknife’s École St Joseph School, has been nominated for the 2021 MusiCounts Teacher of the Year Award.
Yellowknife’s Leela Gilday has been nominated for two 2021 Juno Awards for her album North Star Calling.
NWT musicians are petitioning the chief public health officer to allow live music in bars and restaurants again.
A new art show from NACC and the GLAM Collective merges technology with street art. It'll appear on the side of buildings in five NWT communities.
“Just imagine nine Indigenous languages on Google Translate. That would be something." The GNWT sounds ready to approach Google about its Indigenous languages.
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.