A three-day tournament, run annually by the Salt River First Nation, drew teams from across the NWT and Northern Alberta to Fort Smith.
The document proposing three new fast food outlets for Yellowknife runs to 17 pages. Here are some of the things we learned from it.
Yellowknife's Solstice Slam was postponed on Saturday as relentless rain washed down on the city.
The City of Yellowknife has lifted its Franklin Avenue closure, reopening the community's main road to traffic as of Saturday afternoon.
Three fast food outlets – KFC, Taco Bell, and Starbucks – are seeking permits to open at 251 Old Airport Road, a vacant lot opposite the city's uptown Independent.
The Slave River Coalition celebrated National Indigenous Peoples Day with a Celebrate the Water ceremony on the banks of the Slave River.
The co-founder of a cannabis producer bringing top band The Sheepdogs to Yellowknife says the company will use the opportunity "to educate people."
Officials expressed concern on Wednesday as conditions threatened to push a forest fire closer to Highway 7 and in the direction of Fort Liard's local dump.
Just before 6pm on Tuesday, police were called to a Ndilo home after receiving a report of a body found nearby.
For the first time, we're a proud partner of Folk on the Rocks and will be hosting up to 30 hours of live coverage over the festival weekend.
The investigator leading an independent inquiry into misconduct allegations at Yellowknife City Hall conducted interviews in the city last week.
Herb Nakimayak, the MLA for Nunakput, is trying to become the next president of the Inuit Circumpolar Council's Canadian chapter.