Rich Francis, a Top Chef Canada finalist and Indigenous cuisine expert, is teaching Aklavik residents how to cook muskox – an unfamiliar food source locally.
Inuvialuit fishers are adapting to rising numbers of Pacific salmon in the western Canadian Arctic, but fears remain about impacts on native species.
After receiving no bids from organizations to run shelters in Yellowknife and Inuvik, the GNWT continues to search for someone to do the job.
The YWCA NWT says it is having trouble keeping up with the number of people who need help putting food on the table.
Yellowknife's Food Rescue says its facility needs upgrade work costing tens of thousands of dollars. We spent a morning there leading up to Thanksgiving.
Normally, the store sells boats, snow machines and generators. But then a friend's farm was hit by a flood, and now Yellowknife's Polar Tech is a potato dealer.
Kakisa's Ka’a’gee Tu First Nation won a climate resilience award for work that includes relocating threatened cabins and trails and growing food in fire breaks.
Grown any humongous carrots lately? Craving bigger beets or a beautiful bouquet? The Yellowknives Dene First Nation's fall harvest fair runs on Saturday.
Flooding made farming south of Hay River, already a tough gig, even harder. But farmers say the sector has plenty of potential if a few policy changes are made.