Yellowknife cab drivers plan memorial procession for Monday
Yellowknife’s City Cab drivers will stage a procession along Franklin Avenue in memory of their colleague Ahmed Mahamud Ali.
Last updated on December 10, 2018 at 2:29pm
In the boreal forest, rumours of a Christmas tree shortage
Amid reports of Christmas tree shortages across the continent, Yellowknife – parked among millions of trees in the surrounding forest – may be suffering too.
‘Growing up in care I felt voiceless. It’s time I use my voice’
A woman who spent a decade in Yellowknife foster care is joining a national organization dedicated to the wellbeing of youth in Canada’s child welfare systems.
Puzzling some, Yellowknife lowers flags for George Bush
The City of Yellowknife flew flags at half-mast outside City Hall on Wednesday, the day of former US President George Bush’s funeral in Washington, DC.
No let-up in Yellowknife drug crime till demand drops – RCMP
An RCMP officer central to a year-long operation against Yellowknife’s cocaine trade says nothing will change until something is done to reduce demand.
Snowking, in ‘no crisis’ this year, launches reverse raffle
This year, organizers say a raffle will raise funds to cover the festival’s ever-increasing operational costs instead of addressing a specific issue.