Russia, Russia, Russia.
It’s in the news these days for reasons we’re all aware of, but there’s also the FIFA World Cup happening there right now and there are always stories from the biggest sporting spectacle going today. Who am I cheering for, you may ask? Read More
It was a win 44 years in the making for the Washington Capitals and a win 13 years in the making for Alexander the Great. Read More
Honestly, can we stop with all this crap about an actual monster living in Loch Ness? Read More
Thorsten Gohl has a goal of seeing table tennis grow in popularity in Hay River. Read More
You’ll have noticed my byline was missing from the sports section over the past few days. I just got back from Toronto after saying goodbye to my grandfather and that’s the reason. He died on May 24. Read More
The nationally-recognized qajaq program at Victor Sammurtok School (VSS) is in the process of receiving a much-needed revitalization in Chesterfield Inlet this month. Read More
Canada’s national sport is coming back to the NWT.
And no, it’s not hockey. Read More
A group of Inuvik parents are re-starting the minor softball league after being on hiatus for a few years.
Big news coming out of the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) on May 14. Read More
Inuvik’s third squash tournament of the year was a success, according to organizer Britney Selina.
Leo (Dali) Kaludjak returned to the winner’s circle by capturing the Senior Division of the Kivalliq Challenge snowmobile races in Rankin Inlet on May 8. Read More
Steve Payne wanted to help out the Foster Family Coalition of the NWT’s Camp Connections in some way. Read More