So many people and groups have helped out the Humboldt Broncos and the families of those affected by the events of April 6. Read More
I’m not going to rehash any of the information we already know about the tragedy that was the Humboldt Broncos bus crash on April 6. Read More
The Yellowknife Wolfpack peewees finished off their 2017-2018 season last week and did it by taking on some guests from south of the border.
The scope of the tragedy that has befallen the Humboldt Broncos is almost more than this country can bear. Read More
You ever see the movie Finding Dory? I have because I have kids. Read More
You know those times where you look back at one game and think to yourself had you won it, things could have gone differently? Read More
Looking back just days after the Arctic Winter Games ended on March 24, Mayor Brad Mapes says Hay River can feel proud of a successful event. Read More
And with that, senior men’s hockey in Yellowknife has officially come to an end for another season.
And it ended with one of the usual contenders on the top of the heap again.
In a game as tight as the Adult Super Soccer final was on Saturday, it was fitting it would be decided on the final play of the game.
With all the off-season hullabaloo in the Yk Basketball Association, you would think the balance of power would change. Read More
We’re a week removed from the 2018 Arctic Winter Games in the South Slave and I already pronounced the Games a success. But there’s some unfinished business I need to tend to and that’s my favourite parts of the show when it comes to Yellowknife’s best and brightest. With that in mind, here’s some thoughts from the week that was: Read More
The Miners broke a six-year drought by defeating team Rankin Inlet 4-0 to claim the 2018 Terence Tootoo Memorial (TTM) senior men’s championship in front of a sold-out arena in Rankin Inlet on March 11. Read More