Recapping a range of recent investments, federal agency CanNor said it was backing various tourism and film initiatives while helping Indigenous-language radio.
Even Murray Jones sounds surprised by Yellowknife's dwindling food truck scene. His own Curbside Treats'n Eats is winding down after five years.
Darcy Brian Nerysoo stood in Supreme Court on Tuesday morning and admitted his guilt in the death of Davey Stewart in Fort McPherson last summer.
Two February cases in Inuvik saw an outbreak declared last month. The chief public health officer ended that warning, but urged people to get vaccinated.
RCMP say three people face charges following two high-profile violent incidents on Yellowknife's downtown 50 Street.
Politicians setting police priorities are discussing 'visibility' to combat violence downtown. Not everyone thinks more uniforms will necessarily help.
Four Yellowknife-based organizations will share the money. Canada said such women's groups had been "chronically underfunded, underestimated, and undermined."
Are facilities like Yellowknife's day shelter doing enough good to outweigh their negative impacts on those nearby? Part two of a four-part series.
An RCMP major crimes team is working on the case, but little about the investigation has been made public. Efforts continue to find homes for displaced tenants.
Closing Snap Lake for good, and leaving it in a state acceptable to humans and caribou alike, may take until almost 2050 and cost more than $80 million.
Yellowknifer Shea Alain has announced he is to leave indie group Reuben and the Dark after eight years. They were the first band heard on Cabin Radio.
Police used an energy weapon during a Saturday "altercation" on Yellowknife's 50 Street. Scrutiny of violence on the street is at an all-time high.