Cross-country skier Jesse Cockney is the latest athlete with Northwest Territories roots to be named to Team Canada for the 2018 Winter Olympics.
See the full list of selected athletes and coaches for Team NT at the 2018 Arctic Winter Games in Hay River and Fort Smith, plus stats about the team.
Four-time nordic skiing Olympians Sharon Firth and Shirley Firth-Larsson, born in Aklavik, star in new Canada Post stamps celebrating women in winter sports.
When the NWT's athletes go for the W at March's Arctic Winter Games, they will also be leaving one behind.
Inuvik's Pearl Gillis lifted a national curling title at the age of 13 on Sunday as she won mixed doubles gold with Alberta partner Karsten Sturmay.
Brendan Green will represent the Northwest Territories as a member of Team Canada in biathlon at the Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic Winter Games.
Organizers have promised to "revisit" their approach to cultural performers at the Games, which may yet see some form of payment arranged for those who play.
Organizers in Hay River and Fort Smith will "revisit" a plan to use unpaid performers at the 2018 Arctic Winter Games.
Yellowknife's Wren Acorn can claim to be Canada's fastest 14-year-old girl after taking part in her first Canadian Junior Speed Skating Championship this past week.