After-school and extra-curricular programming for youth in Yellowknife, Ndilǫ̨, Dettah, and Behchokǫ̀ can resume from Monday, May 17.
The Town of Inuvik expects to complete renovations on its community pool by the fall but said it will try for an earlier completion date if possible.
Funding for physical activities in the territory this June is once again available through the NWT Recreation and Parks Association.
Yellowknife and Hay River made changes to recreation facilities and programs in response to the increasing number of Covid-19 cases in Yellowknife.
Yellowknife Bay Soccer Club wants a changing room, washroom and storage unit at the St Joe's soccer field. City planners are not convinced.
Fort Simpson's swimming pool will soon reopen after a year-long closure. Entry will be free all summer for anyone aged 18 or under.
Watch Yellowknife's snowboarders and freeskiers dice with a dunking. Can they make it across a pool of water at the bottom of the course? Answer: often no.
After a two-year hiatus, the Inuvik Ski Club celebrated an emphatic comeback by hosting an event with half a century's history: the Top of the World Loppet.
Extreme Duck Racing is back with a winter edition. Watch Canada's bravest rubber ducks take on bobsledding at the Winter Garden slide in Yellowknife.
Formal recognition for NWT kickboxers means they'll be able to compete for the territory down south and more events can be held in the North.
We sent our cameras to the big air and banked slalom at the Konge Cup, the season-end contest for Yellowknife's snowboarders and freeskiers. Enjoy.
Table Tennis North is hosting a Virtual Freestyle Ping Pong Challenge for residents across the NWT to try tricks and win prizes. No table required.