The climbing wall and play area at Yellowknife’s fieldhouse will reopen on Saturday, November 21 with new Covid-19 restrictions.
It's a battle to find new skis: stores and suppliers across the NWT and Canada are all struggling. The pandemic is to blame, but a fire in Ukraine didn't help.
Out of 456 Yellowknifers, 58 percent say a new 52-metre pool is the best option. Eleven percent say don't build a new pool at all. Councillors must now decide.
They call it Curlfriends: three women and a guest star conquer the world of Yellowknife rec curling. It won the city's annual film pitch contest – take a look.
Veronica McDonald, a Team NT legend at the Arctic Winter Games, won a National Indigenous Coaching Award after setting up an Arctic Sports club in Yellowknife.
Around $1.6 million in federal funding has been passed to sports organizations and communities in the NWT to help them adapt to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Yellowknife's YK1 school district says school gymnasiums will be once again available to the public from Saturday, November 7, with pandemic measures in place.
While the City of Yellowknife plans a new aquatic centre, the legacy of the woman behind the current pool's name – Ruth Inch – lives on.
Organizers of the next Canada Summer Games say the rearranged event will now take place from August 6-21, 2022. Athlete eligibility rules are being worked out.
Inuvik's swimming pool will remain closed for six months or more in a bid to fix lingering issues, the town announced.
Hay River's pool is near to reopening with some of the usual Covid-19 adjustments. One less-common adjustment: how you fill a pool during a boil-water advisory.
NWT children who can't skate are, for now, barred from taking CanSkate programs during the pandemic. Clubs are concerned about the long-term impact.