Residential School Survivors Counselling Opens in YK

Residential school survivors and their families have a place to go at the Dene Wellness Warriors. The counselling service offers one on one therapy, coaching, workshops, and group facilities. Co-founder Jean Cardinal is the…


IndieCan 20K Coming to the NWT

Indiecan 20K is coming North to the NWT! The announcement was made at Friday’s Yellowknife International Film Festival Gala.  Avi Federgreen first started the film funding program in 2014 called IndieCan 10K. “I reached out…


MMIW Walk Starts Tomorrow in N’Dilo

Sisters in Spirit is an annual walk that honours Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. Marie Speakman, a Victim Service Worker with the NWT Women’s Association, is organising the walk that is taking place tomorrow….


Caribou Harvest Count Being Discussed in Deline

Robert C. McLeod, Minister of Environment and Natural Resources responded to a report on the Bluenose East Caribou Hearing. The Sahtu Renewable Resources Board report was released in August and laid out conservation measures…




Fort Smith Celebrates 50 Years as a Town

Fireworks, and films. Just some of the festivities planned for Fort Smith’s Golden Anniversary. Mayor Lynn Napier-Buckley who was born and raised on the banks of the Slave River, says the celebrations also cover…


Encouraging Literacy in the Communities

Indigenous youth across the Territory will soon be hitting the books thanks to NWT Literacy Week. The NWT Literacy council is offering programs and competitions to all communities to encourage reading. Katie Johnson, of…



Alethea Arnaquq-Baril talks Angry Inuk

The Yellowknife International Film Festival kicks off tonight with three events at three locations. One of the events at the Northern Arts and Culture Centre features the screening of Angry Inuk, a documentary that…




Moose Season Underway in Denendeh

Last Friday’s full moon marked the beginning of Moose season in the NWT. Many families are out tracking in the Dehcho, and hitting the rivers in the Sahtu in hopes of bagging their fall…