Yellowknife's YK1 school district issued the first in a new series of awards dedicated to the recognition of Indigenous students' achievements.
The Hardys left Yellowknife last year, but Helmets for Hardy – a helmet giveaway in honour of their late son – will carry on. Students have taken up the cause.
Łı́ı́dlı̨ı̨ Kų́ę́ Elementary School is receiving $20,000 from a charity backed by bookseller Indigo to replace worn books and expand its collection.
The GNWT issued a document setting out why Yellowknife's Tin Can Hill is considered a prime site for a university campus and which other sites were considered.
Sarah McGregor, an Aurora College early learning and childcare student, is the 2022 recipient of a stipend worth $20,000 funded by Hotıì ts’eeda.
I'm begging of you, please don't take my Green Eggs and Ham. A book program created by Dolly Parton is coming to 15 NWT communities.
Yellowknife city councillors voted almost unanimously to sign a memorandum that labels Tin Can Hill the "intended site" for a university campus.
With almost all NWT childcare providers signed up for federal subsidies run by the GNWT, their fee increases are in territorial hands in an inflation-hit year.
The creator of a petition and a former city planner are among people who will present at City Hall as council decides whether to pursue a Tin Can Hill campus.
Yellowknifers can now get their hair styled by award-winning Emma Taylor, who brought home gold from a national trades competition.
MLAs had questions about a planned university campus on Yellowknife's Tin Can Hill. The answers offered a window into the NWT government's thinking.
"Many students have felt physically ill." A sewage smell has been seeping into a Hay River school building for years. Students and staff are at breaking point.