Freda Raddi of Tuktoyaktuk was the only seamstress from the Northwest Territories who had a parka included in Canada Goose’s new collection, Project Atigi.
Linda Duford says it was her dream to open up her own studio. After her family sold the Back Eddy restaurant last fall, she had the time to make it happen.
Yellowknife's Long John Jamboree will go ahead this year, despite earlier doubts over its finances after a weather-hit 2018 festival.
Music Space, a new downtown hub for musicians in Yellowknife, held its official opening on Sunday.
Music Space, created by Mary Kelly, will be unveiled at the Graham Bromley Building on Sunday afternoon. Kelly's idea won 2018's Win Your Space contest.
A South Slave movie is to receive its world premiere in Whitehorse next month, while two other NWT films made appearances at festivals across North America.
Tickets are renowned for selling out in minutes, so here's the information you need if you want the best shot at landing tickets for the 2019 edition.
Canadian rock band The Grapes of Wrath will play Yellowknife in April as part of a newly announced series of shows in the city.
Altering the Timeline, available digitally on BandCamp with a full release in mid-January, features five new songs by Tiffany Ayalik and Kayley Mackay.
More than 35 years ago, Patti-Kay Hamilton traded her skinning knife for a CBC microphone. This week, she’s publishing a book about it.
The Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre could receive a significant facelift to address a litany of problems apparently resulting from its original design.
Most of the festival lineup is curated by a selection committee, but at least one act will be chosen through this online submission process.