Hay River’s Brendan Green named to Canadian Olympic team
Brendan Green will represent the Northwest Territories as a member of Team Canada in biathlon at the Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic Winter Games.
$150,000 campaign to outfit Allain St-Cyr ‘community venue’
The NWT’s francophone school board has launched a fundraising campaign for equipment to outfit newly constructed buildings at Yellowknife’s École Allain St-Cyr.
Watch the trailer for AMC’s new Arctic horror, The Terror
AMC has released its first trailer for new series The Terror – a fictionalized version of Sir John Franklin’s Arctic expedition to open the Northwest Passage.
NWT’s 2018 campground opening and closing dates published
It’s about 20 degrees warmer than it was two days ago, so our thoughts rightly turn to camping. Here are some opening details about NWT campgrounds for 2018.
Yellowknife RCMP successfully locate missing Jolene Algona
Yellowknife RCMP have successfully located 35-year-old Jolene Algona, who was reported missing yesterday.
Carillion collapse ‘won’t impact’ new Yellowknife hospital
The collapse of construction partner Carillion will not delay construction of Yellowknife’s new Stanton Hospital, according to the territorial government.
Bylaw misconduct claims: City boss says ‘people can change’
The City of Yellowknife’s top staff member defends retaining a senior employee accused of sexual misconduct and bullying, insisting his behaviour has changed.
Report tells City to stick with Yellowknife River for water
Yellowknife should spend an extra $15 million to keep taking its drinking water from the Yellowknife River, not from Yellowknife Bay, according to a new report.
Arctic Winter Games apologizes to northern performers
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.