Federal government continues investment in Yellowknife’s NACC
Canada will invest $570,000 into Yellowknife’s Northern Arts and Cultural Centre over three years, while providing cash to the Folk on the Rocks festival.
Lost Yellowknife dog’s 10-day odyssey ends in happy reunion
A Yellowknife man’s pursuit of his lost dog, missing for more than a week but sighted numerous times, finally ended happily on Monday.
Yellowknife to go ahead with workplace misconduct inquiry
Yellowknife city councillors voted unanimously on Monday evening to move ahead with an independent inquiry into allegations of workplace misconduct.
NWT’s chief public health officer issues tattoo warning
Yellowknifers are warned to steer clear of unlicensed tattoo artists in an advisory issued by the Northwest Territories’ chief public health officer on Monday.
Missing & Murdered Inquiry hearings to begin in Yellowknife
Three days of community hearings held by the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls begin in Yellowknife on Tuesday.
Tickets on sale for Yellowknife’s ‘new flavour of burlesque’
The Soulful Bodies show, created by newly formed Yellowknife burlesque company Parkas & Pasties, will be held at Top Knight from February 15-17 this year.
YK Community Foundation marks 25 years with $25,000 cheque
The grant, announced on Thursday, is the first of four $25,000 awards the foundation will make this year. The recipient is the Northern Arts & Cultural Centre.
Inuvik curler, 13, wins national junior mixed doubles gold
Inuvik’s Pearl Gillis lifted a national curling title at the age of 13 on Sunday as she won mixed doubles gold with Alberta partner Karsten Sturmay.
Yellowknife got quieter in 2017, RCMP & bylaw figures show
Yellowknife was significantly quieter for RCMP and bylaw officers in 2017, at least statistically, according to newly published figures.
‘Total loss’ following fire at Inuvik ambulance base
A fire has destroyed an ambulance base and one ambulance in Inuvik, but the affected company says service to the community will not suffer.