Want to try rowing? There's now an Olympic-style boat in Yellowknife and more may be on the way as the city's paddling club launches a rowing program.
Three construction companies are set to submit proposals for Yellowknife’s new aquatic centre, the latest step in plans to replace the Ruth Inch Memorial pool.
The team behind 2020's Hockey Day in Canada, broadcast live from Yellowknife, won Best Sports Program or Series at the Canadian Screen Awards.
The North American Indigenous Games announced new dates. The games will now be held from July 15 to 23, 2023 in Kjipuktuk (Halifax) and Millbrook First Nation.
Five Yellowknifers will take on one of Canada's top golf courses after winning a PGA Scramble qualifier. The next challenge: remembering how to play on grass.
Hand games, which disappeared for a year as a high-risk pandemic activity, are making a comeback. The benefits are being felt culturally and economically.
To solve a dilemma about allowing a private soccer club to build facilities at a public field, the City of Yellowknife asked all user groups to get involved.
Ottawa announced around $2 million for NWT Indigenous-language broadcasting and $1 million for programs that foster leadership through sports and recreation.
Skateboarders in Norman Wells will finally have a place to practice their flips and jumps – the town is set to receive a new mobile skate park this August.
The City of Yellowknife is set to approve a lease that will allow the Yellowknife Mountain Bike Club to build a pump track and bike skills park.
The Edmonton football team unveiled its new name and logo, almost a year after announcing it would change a name that attracted criticism from some Inuit.
Edmonton's Ethan Bear posted a two-minute video addressing racist comments directed at him via social media. "I’m here to stand up to this," he said.