"These games bring our Indigenous people back together." Athletes from the NWT, Yukon and Alaska brought pride, talent and joy to the Indigenous Summer Games.
Shawne Kokelj of Yellowknife has been given Nordiq Canada;s Firth Award, recognizing her contribution to cross country skiing while president of Cross Country NWT.
A hand games tournament in Dettah brought together dozens of teams with a prize fund worth $100,000. Moreover, it restored some fun after years of isolation.
After nearly a decade of reconstruction, Yellowknife's Tommy Forrest Ballpark is ready for its grand reopening later this month.
A 41-year-old wants no regrets in old age. A 37-year-old is doing it for mom. Meanwhile, there are kids winning national medals. Age is no kickboxing barrier.
A Fort Smith mechanic opened an e-bike store, one of the first to sell the bikes in the NWT. Steve Charron thinks the town has trails ideally suited.
The late Edward Lennie, an Inuvialuit Elder considered the father of the Northern Games, will be inducted into Canada's Sports Hall of Fame in October.
Yellowknife gymnast Tai Leathem just won bronze at Westerns. Now his twin sister, Emma, is about to make NWT history at the sport's national championships.
"It was a unique experience, for sure." The Canadian Rangers won a "military appreciation dodgeball" event that drew an intrigued crowd in Yellowknife.
Yellowknife's Racquet Club has changed hands. The club now belongs to a five-person ownership group. Meanwhile, the club raised $10,000 at its annual spinathon.
"You can't put into words how great it feels." Canada's women's para hockey team is reunited for the first time in two years at a selection camp in Yellowknife.
"Regardless of everything, we can make a difference." A diversity initiative driven by Yellowknife's Zimbabwean community found a perfect launchpad in soccer.