Photos: Cab drivers parade in memory of Ahmed Mahamud Ali
A quiet procession of approximately 90 taxi cabs, flying black ribbons, drove down Yellowknife’s Franklin Avenue over the Monday lunch hour.
Cabin Radio’s tour of Yellowknife Christmas lights
Cabin Radio sent its most battle-hardened Christmas reporters out on the streets to judge Yellowknife’s festive flourishes for 2018. Our reporting team kept a Yule log of the city’s finest,…
Last updated on December 11, 2018 at 11:21am
RCMP dispute account of Yellowknife 19-year-old’s arrest
Yellowknife police issued an unusually detailed account of an arrest, responding to allegations officers had assaulted a man and deleted video of the incident.
Two million-dollar NWT lottery wins still unclaimed
The Northwest Territories is enjoying an unprecedented year of lottery success – except people aren’t claiming huge wins.
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
NWT dangles carrots for carats to lure diamond manufacturers
The Northwest Territories is trying to attract more diamond manufacturers with a series of new incentives tied to jobs, investment, and even tourism.
Bailey acclaimed to fourth term leading NWT Métis Nation
Bailey was acclaimed last week, joining vice-president Betty Villebrun and secretary-treasurer Paul Harrington. Terms were extended from two to four years.
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.