National Indigenous Peoples Day, formerly known as Aboriginal Day, is celebrated every June 21st all across Canada. In the Northwest Territories, it's a statutory holiday. In every community in the territory, you'll find festivities that include cultural demonstrations, live music, artwork and traditional food, all to honour and recognize the Métis, Inuit and First Nations people who've made the North their home for centuries.
9 intriguing historical sites in the heart of the Northwest Territories.
13 remarkable reasons to visit Great Bear and Great Slave.
Whatever your spiritual persuasion, you'll worship these unique landmarks.
Here's how to make the most of 72 hours in the spiritual heartland of the North.
Welcome to the best fests in the Northwest Territories.
What was the official name for Łutsel K’e? Which town used to be called Rae-Edzo?
Already famed among fishermen, the lake is becoming a hotspot for culture and history.
Up here, you’ll catch lots of fish – just be careful the fish don’t catch you.