Yellowknife's Folk on the Rocks revealed 11 more acts confirmed for the 2018 festival on Friday morning.
Casting takes place in Edmonton and Calgary this month for Indigenous extras to travel to Scotland for the TV show Outlander.
Festival organizers published an opening list of nine acts on Friday morning, including Yellowknife's own Quantum Tangle.
This March, work begins to decide whether an old Hudson's Bay Company warehouse in Yellowknife can be given new life – and what that life will be.
A bill designed to shield the NWT's lottery revenues from federal taxation has become the battleground for a funding fight between sports and arts communities.
Canada will invest $570,000 into Yellowknife's Northern Arts and Cultural Centre over three years, while providing cash to the Folk on the Rocks festival.
The Soulful Bodies show, created by newly formed Yellowknife burlesque company Parkas & Pasties, will be held at Top Knight from February 15-17 this year.
AMC has released its first trailer for new series The Terror – a fictionalized version of Sir John Franklin's Arctic expedition to open the Northwest Passage.
Organizers have promised to "revisit" their approach to cultural performers at the Games, which may yet see some form of payment arranged for those who play.
Organizers in Hay River and Fort Smith will "revisit" a plan to use unpaid performers at the 2018 Arctic Winter Games.
Angry Inuk, a documentary tracing the battle between Inuit seal hunters and opposing activists, will receive its Canadian TV debut next month. The feature will air on CBC at 7pm MT on Sunday, January 7 2018. Angry Inuk stars filmmaker Alethea Arnaquq-Baril, la...