By the time you are reading this in News/North, the Opening Ceremonies will already be over, the torch will be lit, and the 25th Arctic Winter Games will be underway in Fort Smith and in Hay River. Read More
Town council announced last week that the long-awaited new recreation centre would open to the public on March 13.
“On behalf of council and the Town of Hay River, we are pleased to announce the Recreation Centre will be open on Tuesday, March 13, at 5 p.m.,” stated the March 9 announcement signed by Mayor Brad Mapes. Read More
Mayor Brad Mapes says the new rec centre will soon be open, although he is not giving any target date. Read More
It’s amazing what a generation can do.
Back when I played youth sports, all we wanted to do was get out there, win the game, make fun of the other team because we beat them and then pile back pizza/fries/hot dogs/insert any other sort of junk food kids eat after a game. Read More
Right into it this week as we lay bare the best (and the worst) of the big show in PyeongChang, South Korea: Read More
The decision to extend the Jon Lindell Memorial (JLM) Calm Air Cup senior men’s hockey tournament to include a series of skills-development camps was a popular one among the youth registered in the Arviat minor hockey program this past month. Read More
Thankfully, this has been confirmed and I can go on with life. Read More
It may be hard to believe with how popular soccer is in the Kivalliq, but when Paul Stroeder of Rankin Inlet steps onto the floor in Hay River this coming month he will become the first soccer referee from Nunavut to officiate at the Arctic Winter Games (AWG). Read More
A series of hockey camps were held in Arviat on Jan. 29 for various age groups in the community’s minor hockey program. Read More