Jay Legere

Jay Legere is a social media presenter in Yellowknife, N.W.T.

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The Arctic Kitchen

Heads up beef jerky, goose dry meat is coming

This week's Arctic Kitchen recipe: goose dry meat. Thinly sliced and dried over a wood stove, it's good with avocado and lard.

1,000 kilometres, in blizzard conditions, for 1 caribou

Brett Boughen and a friend drove 1,000 km to the Arctic Circle, in blizzard conditions, for just one caribou. They can't wait to do it again.
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Dream catcher cake maker says 'I'm not really a baker'

Jessie Cardinal wanted to do something different for her daughter's birthday. So she made her a birthday cake like no other.
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Muskox ribs: 'They remind me of the Flintstones'

This week's Arctic Kitchen recipe is a taste of muskox ribs from the Northwest Territories. These ribs require a big appetite and a love of meat.
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Wild cranberry sourdough cinnamon buns: It's 'a really nice mixture'

Cinnnamon buns are delicious. Cinnamon buns with cranberries are out of this world, and we have the perfect recipe for you.
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Moose meatballs: 'It's all about giving it a little bit of flavour'

Join us as we dig into this delicious dish as part of our new series of Arctic recipes and the people who make them.

Family Feud Canada is coming to Yellowknife

If you think your family is the smartest, funniest and most entertaining out there, Family Feud Canada wants to hear from you.

Changes under N.W.T. Wildlife Act aim to protect animals from wild boars, disease

The Northwest Territories government is trying to prevent an attack on wildlife in the territory, and on July 1, it's taking aim at animals that pose a serious threat.
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How a chance meeting led to community-based fish research in the Peel

A chance encounter at Ernest and Alice Vittrekwa's fish camp three years ago has developed into a friendship and a research project into whitefish in the area.

NWT SPCA returning 'some or all' donations to Hay River

The NWT SPCA in Yellowknife is prepared to return funds it has received from the Hay River SPCA, but exactly how much it sends back depends on what people in Hay River are prepared to do to care for animals in the community.

North Arm frac sand project back on, Tlicho fighting to stop it again

The Tlicho government wants to stop a controversial exploration project set to take place this summer on the North Arm of Great Slave Lake.

'Netflix unhindered': Mackenzie Valley fibre line brings faster internet to Norman Wells

Northwestel is offering new packages with higher download speeds as the Mackenzie valley fibre line extends north.

Retired social worker fears 'great loss' if college program cuts go ahead

'I've invested 35 years of my life, with a commitment to northern social work and northern social work education and I feel it very, very deeply,' says Dawn McInnes of the proposed program cuts. 'It really hurts.'

1 new mayor, 2 recounts in Monday's N.W.T. hamlet council elections

Floyd Lennie was elected mayor of Sachs Harbour, N.W.T., in Monday's hamlet elections. Two out of six other elections required recounts to determine who would sit on council.

Former N.W.T. Commissioner's gifts help raise $3K for Association for Community Living

Birchbark baskets and Indonesian rod puppets were two of the hot items when the Yellowknife Association for Community Living auctioned off a collection of gifts donated by former N.W.T. Commissioner George Tuccaro.