Solar Panels In Colville Lake

  With the newest installation, there are now more solar panels than households in Colville Lake. The Northwest Territories Power Corporation unveiled the new panels in the smallest Sahtu community last week. Former Chief…


Music Mondays: Leela Gilday

  Leela Gilday is one of the most successful indigenous singer songwriters to ever come out of Yellowknife. Starting at a very young age, Leela was drawn to the music around her that took…


Ft Mac Evacuees Waiting time Grows to Return Home

  Up to 2,000 evacuees expecting to move back to their fire-damaged homes in Fort McMurray, Alberta the wait continues. Premier Rachel Notley announced yesterday in a press conference that Junes deadline is being…


How To Make Birch Syrup

  While many Canadians are familiar with making Maple Syrup, birch syrup is mainly bottled in the North, where birch trees thrive.   If you drive the Ingraham Trail just outside of Yellowknife, you’ll…





UN Address On Indigenous Womens Rights

Dr. Dawn Lavell-Harvard, of the Ontario Native Women’s Association President, spoke at the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.   On Tuesday, Lavell-Harvard highlighted the significance of Indigenous women’s voices and leadership in…


The Creation of Indigenous Video Games

      Beth LaPensee (Lu-Pon-Say) is an art designer for video games, board games, comics and animation all focusing on indigenous culture. Beth spoke with CKLB about educating players through games, and why…


Flooding near Willow Lake

  Some cabins have been flooded around Willow Lake, near Tulita, NWT. “The water has risen over three feet in two days,” Gordon Yakeleya tells CKLB radio.    


Music Mondays: Carmen Braden

Music Mondays: Carmen Braden Carmen Braden is a Yellowknife born singer, songwriter and musician. She has performed, composed for and conducted the Aurora Chorealis in Yellowknife and was a composer and crew for the…