There's a whole winter world out there. Discover suggestions for NWT winter staycations, from simple getaways and fancy meals to lodges, cabins and ice fishing.
The CloudWorks Four building, on Yellowknife's 49 Street, is shaping up to be a downtown success story that was rare in the city even before Covid-19 hit.
Spruce gum taffy. Cloudberry chocolate. Chaga mushroom tea. Fireweed soda. A new Inuvik business is bringing these wild flavours of the Arctic to the wider NWT.
The first draw is about to take place and a grand prize of $50,000 will be drawn in January. Here's how to enter from across the NWT and support the foundation.
Craft sales face a tricky time this holiday season, so a downtown Yellowknife drugstore is stepping in to provide shelf space for local artisans.
Small Business Week is free and open to anyone this year, with a series of virtual sessions from October 19 to 23. Here's what to expect and how to sign up.
"I'm a pretty big fan of ice cream. So is my wife." Richard McIntosh and Christine Wenman will create their own flavours and sell them at their Old Town store.
Yellowknifers needed bikes so badly this year, people bought them sight-unseen. Here's how Overlander Sports and Old Town Bike Works scrambled to meet demand.
One of the biggest tour operators in the Northwest Territories is doing something new as aurora season starts: targeting locals.
"What the heck we are supposed to do to create safety for families?" Janice McKenna explains how her funeral home figured that out over the past six months.
Staycations helped many tour operators through the summer, but that market may be about to evaporate. Will locals pay for something they can see from home?
Kim Knutson made her new real estate business work despite Covid-19 and personal tragedy. Now she says Yellowknife's housing market is moving surprisingly fast.