Win A $3000 Yellowknife Shopping Spree!

Sponsored by the City of Yellowknife Shop Local Passport Program Until December 15 residents have an opportunity to win a $3000 shopping spree at one or more of the Yellowknife businesses participating in a shop local Passport Program. Pick up a Passport at any of the 43 participating businesses and collect a stamp for every

Dolynny seeking second term in Range Lake after an impressive four years

Sponsored by Daryl Dolynny Community minded, proven track record As a young man who grew up on a farm in Alberta, Daryl knows what hard work means and has carried that work ethic with him throughout his university days, business and community involvement and his first term as the Member for Range Lake. “I knew

Why am I running for MLA?

Sponsored by Dan Wong The climate is changing faster than our efforts to address it. You can walk along roads and buildings and see them buckling as the permafrost melts. You can visit communities on the coast and see them literally falling into the sea. You can boat on the drought-ridden lakes and inhale smoke

Domestic Winter Survival Guide

The thermometer’s about to fall below 20 and not come back up. What are you going to do about it?

Why I’m using IserveU: candidates in their own words

Sponsored by IserveU The following three candidates in Monday’s municipal election have, for different reasons, decided to work with IserveU, an online voting platform where Yellowknifers can log in, share comments and vote on issues at City Hall. The system is the best of both worlds as it produces a binding result when many people

Think you like IserveU but have no idea how it works? Read this

Sponsored by IserveU You may have heard of IserveU, but what exactly is it and how does it work? Basically, it’s a made-in-Yellowknife online voting platform where Yellowknife voters can login, share comments and vote on issues at City Hall. Three things you should know about IserveU 100% Made in YK – IserveU’s been developed

Here’s what you need to know about starting, buying or selling a business

Sponsored by the Yellowknife Chamber of Commerce It may not seem important to have a lawyer when starting a small business, but as things grow, having easy access to a legal professional can be a huge help. Field Law’s Alain Chiasson is based in Yellowknife and works with businesses at all stages of development. With

Roy’s Photo Gear Tips: Capture the Changing of the Season

Written by Jeremy Findlay (above) | Sponsored by Roy’s Audio Video Unlimited Fall is in full swing here in the north.  We can see it in the dipping evening temperatures, the slow changing of the colours and the influx of hunters (the American variety chasing caribou and muskox, and the Japanese variety chasing the Northern

Josh Hardy: an inspirational story of giving life after death

Sponsored by the GNWT Department of Health and Social Services This inspiring video tells the story of the Hardy family’s experience with organ donation after losing their son, Josh. The video, made in conjunction with Canadian Blood Services, aims to encourage residents to speak to their loved ones about being an organ donor. “Organ and

More TVs, better sports packages, mean more games at Coyote’s

Are you ready for some football? | Sponsored by Coyote’s Steakhouse & Lounge When customers ask Coyote’s owner Ed But for something, he listens. That’s a big part of why he sponsors so many teams and events in the community. It’s also why he’s added four big-screen TVs to the giant HD projection screen already in

What To Do After A Car Accident – Tips From An Injury Lawyer

Sponsored by Ahlstrom Wright Oliver & Cooper LLP A car accident can happen to anyone. When it does, few people know what to do! Often people get out of their vehicles, have a brief exchange, even yell at each other and drive away. Sometimes they don’t realize that valuable witnesses to the accident may be

Before you make up your mind about IserveU, please read this

Sponsored by IserveU Every day, I start work around seven and don’t usually wrap up until midnight or one o’clock. I often forget to eat and sometimes can’t sleep because there’s so much going on, and it’s the same for the small team of staff and volunteers in the trenches with me every day. I’m

A solution for your Facebook login issues

Is this how you feel when trying to login through Facebook on EDGE Online? As you may be aware, we’ve been having issues with EDGE Online’s Facebook social login process. We’re incredibly sorry for the frustration this has caused. Over the next few months, we’re building a new site that will greatly improve the login

A letter to beer lovers from the YK brew pub’s owners

Sponsored by NWT Brewing Co. | Photos courtesy Pat Kane Photo Dear Yellowknife Beer Lover, We’re writing to share an eagerly awaited update on The Woodyard. As many of you know, we’ve been working hard to renovate our Old Town space into a much-anticipated brew pub. We have some good news, but also some complications,

How a Realtor can help you sell absolutely any home (and get the best price)

Sponsored by Shane Clark of HomeLife Sunrise Real Estate I’m Shane Clark. I live, work and play in Yellowknife, have called it home all my adult life and I’m a licensed Realtor. As we turn the corner from summer to fall, I want to share a bit of my experience and tell you how I

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