Saturday saw no fewer than four impaired driving investigations in Yellowknife. Police said three people faced seven criminal charges and more could follow.
Fort Liard's containment order looks set to be lifted on Saturday. In Yellowknife, the lack of Covid-19 spread after a mystery case was termed "a bullet dodge."
This is your chance: with no way for the usual star snow-carving experts to travel, Yellowknife residents can team up and win prizes at this year's contest.
Yellowknife's fire hall is said to be ageing and no longer meeting the city's needs. Expansion and renovation at a cost of $3M is the recommended solution.
It'll be a large water slide and a 25-metre pool – if it ever goes ahead. Councillors made some big decisions on a proposed new aquatic centre for Yellowknife.
A new set of residents can receive a Covid-19 vaccine. Meanwhile, the GNWT said the next two vaccine shipments will provide second doses to existing recipients.
The City of Yellowknife is considering signing a memorandum of understanding with the mining industry. Councillors are divided on the plan's merits.
Plans to expand housing at a Yellowknife seniors’ facility are slowly advancing but nearby residents say use of an alley to access the site could spell trouble.
A former Yellowknife taxi driver's conviction for assaulting a passenger was upheld in NWT Supreme Court on Monday.
Yellowknife's new youth council wants to amplify the voices of young people and help them influence decisions. Two of their big concerns? Education and careers.
Here's how Yellowknife's Snowcastle walls get built. (Careful you don't lose a boot doing this. Marty has his nickname for a reason.)
"It's a reality for many families." Homelessness in Yellowknife doesn't just affect single adults. Groups trying to help say the situation is not improving.