Tour organizers fined Ryan Fry $1,000 following Team Jamie Koe's expulsion from the Red Deer Curling Classic, adding Koe had been too intoxicated even to play.
The Canadian Volkssport Federation has selected the territory’s capital as the location for its annual convention in June 2020.
Northwest Territories curler Jamie Koe told Cabin Radio the actions of one team-mate caused his rink's expulsion from a World Curling Tour event in Red Deer.
The latest concept for a new Yellowknife aquatic centre, based on residents' feedback, would provide a 52-metre pool at a cost of $50 million to build.
Hay River and Fort Smith are trying to pay off a $50,000 deficit left over from the 2018 Arctic Winter Games.
Robin Mercer-Sproule, Abe Theil, and a team of six canoeists from Fort McPherson are to enter the Northwest Territories' Sport Hall of Fame.
Disappointed parents say they may train to become lifeguards after the City of Yellowknife cancelled a significant number of its swim classes for kids.
Yellowknife Rotary Club is putting $50,000 behind plans to build a bike park in the city, saying the facility will make a big difference to the community.
A stunning video showing a kayaker dropping off the NWT's Alexandra Falls came at the cost of a broken leg, a concussion, and a medevac to Yellowknife.
Sousanh Chanthalangsy-Bornilla, owner of Yellowknife's One of a Thai food truck, placed in two of five events at the Manitoba Classic Strongman Competition.
On August 18, Fort Smith is hoping dozens of runners will hoof it through a mud pit, over tires, and through rope webs during the first annual Mad Bison Mud Run.
A new indoor futsal league will launch in Yellowknife this November, providing a weekly league open to anyone aged three to 19.