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.
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.)
“Did you ever have a clubhouse or a secret fort? It's like that, but with good coffee.” Welcome to Mario’s Marvellous Movie Emporium – aka the coffee ship.
We sent Cabin Radio's Penny for sled dog training. You decide if she gets a passing grade.
Yellowknife is spoilt for choice on World Snow Day.
City skiers have an ever-expanding range of trails thanks to "guerrilla groomers" who maintain the tracks.
The NWT is one of the only places in the world where dog mushing is going ahead untouched by the pandemic. A nine-race season just started: we went to race two.
Catch up with Yellowknife residents braving Tin Can Hill on fat bikes. The city's mountain bike club introduced a race designed to become an annual event.
"It makes you feel like there's progress in our dismal lives." Bruce Jonasson described being among the first NWT residents to get a Covid-19 vaccination.
We made you a holiday video and we hope you like it. Thanks for reading our news and supporting us this year!
Residents of Yellowknife's Northland Trailer Park held a holiday lights contest this year. Meaghan Brackenbury and Penny the Cabin Radio dog took a tour.
Fort Smith residents and businesses have turned Queen Elizabeth Territorial Park's campground into a magical festive loop of lights. Take a tour with us.
You're kidding, right? It's barely even -40C. Cabin Radio demonstrates how warm it is outside right now (with three camera batteries and two packs of noodles).