A number of holiday sales have already taken place in the Northwest Territories but there are plenty left. We've compiled a list.
"A fair number of people in Yellowknife hail from the Maritimes." A concert in the city on Sunday aims to help East Coast residents affected by Hurricane Fiona.
The first Yellowknife holiday sale dedicated to Tłı̨chǫ artists welcomed more than 600 visitors. Organizers said they'll "go bigger and better" next year.
Yellowknife glass artist Carole Tetlow stages Rivers and Robes, her first solo show in more than a decade, at the Gallery of the Midnight Sun on Saturday.
Leela Gilday performed for Yellowknife students as part of the Downie Wenjack Fund's efforts to help children engage in reconciliation.
The Anonymous Art Show returned to the Down to Earth Gallery, with the collection available to view and purchase between October 29 until November 1.
Yellowknife artist Margeaux Guile’s was selected to design the NWT's holiday box for Purolator this winter.
Yellowknife’s YK1 school district is hosting monthly Wıı̀lıı̀deh language challenges for students and staff, hoping to replace basic English sentences with Tłı̨chǫ.
Dylan Jones, known as Crook the Kid, partnered with the Northern Arts and Cultural Centre to tour NWT schools and share his music with young students.
Tuktoyaktuk fashion designer Taalrumiq won three awards worth $7,000 in this year’s Pow Wow Pitch, a contest for Indigenous entrepreneurs.
Desirée Dawson, Folk on the Rocks’ first artist-in-residence, will spend November in Yellowknife collaborating with local artists and hosting music workshops.
Fort Smith’s Mary Kaeser Library reopened in the Recreation and Community Centre on Tuesday – a more accessible space for the library.