Ice thickness testing is underway in the Yellowknife area.
The testing, which began Wednesday, is being conducted by the city and the Great Slave Snowmobile Association.
For the safety of all residents, people are asked to refrain from going on any ice until it measures at least six inches thick.
The city says it will provide updates every Monday now that testing has officially begun.
As of Thursday morning, it remains unsafe to walk on any waterway in or around Yellowknife.
You can check the latest ice thickness levels here.