SOMBA K'E/YELLOWKNIFE Smoke, falling ash and a lightning storm combined to cloak Yellowknife in a thick red haze on late Wednesday afternoon, but the spooky weather phenomenon did not bring much rain.
I am glad to see city council used a little common sense and Nick MacIntosh had his T-shirts returned to him - it's about time. I still think the city as a whole, or some ... See: Walt Humphries
Checking my bag at the airport in Edmonton on my way home, I felt like a movie star, heard so many "Hi Cece's" and got so many hugs from my friends ... See: Cece McCauley
Jason Whitlock thinks Canadian athletes don't want it as much. Mr. Whitlock joined Keith Olbermann, who I don't watch at the best of times unless I'm very drunk ... See: James McCarthy
I think for Robertson Headframe supporters, and I count myself among them, the growing feeling is one of frustration with city council.
For 10 years they have ... See: Mike W. Bryant
With all the personal, family and community changes that have taken place, people need to adapt to these changes in whatever way they can ... See: Harry Maksagak
My involvement in the Arts has never been about money, and I am glad to see that at least a few of the regulars to the Festival such as Ruben Komangapik feel ... See: Antoine Mountain
I love bottled water. Hate me if you will, I say it again. I love bottled water. In a world of high-fructose, corn-syrup-laden drinks , I want a simple choice. I want water. ... See: Libby Whittall-Catling
Summer is finally here and the ice is slowly melting. Many residents are out fishing for char now out on the lakes and ocean. With arctic char Inuit make piffi (dried fish) for ... See: Navalik Tologanak
Established in 1945, News/North covered the 61 communities in the Northwest Territories, a 1,400,000 square mile region north of the 60th parallel. The region made up the present Northwest Territories, plus the area which, in April of 1999 became the new territory of Nunavut. Since then, News/North has evolved into two separate publications, each serving its respective territory. In addition, the Yellowknifer, Deh Cho Drum, Inuvik Drum and Kivalliq News serve regional interests in both territories.