Yellowknife is the capital and the biggest city of North West territories. Initially Yellowknife was discovered as a township of gold-mining. Currently, maximum number of the gold mines has been shut, and the reinvention of the city is in the form of Canada's "Diamond Capital." Yellowknife has the total population of about 19,888 people. The city is situated on the northern coast of Great Slave Lake and on the west crosswise of Yellowknife Natural harbor, near the passage of the Yellowknife River. Yellowknife enjoys subarctic climate, with extremely cold winters and mild summers. Some notable places to visit in Yellowknife include the Wildcat Café which is the oldest café of the city serving since 1937, The Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, The Northern Arts and Cultural Centre, which is the city's biggest enclosed stage for presentations of theatre and music. The yearly happening of a local music festival “folk on the rocks”, initiated in 1980, is also amongst the celebrated highlights. The diamond capital has some great facilities for video conferencing which are positioned crossways across the city. If you are seeking to experience some exceptional video conference the whyGo is the right choice for you. You can schedule your video conference either through booking online or via three globally operating teams working round the clock, where you will always find assistance. Make your experience of video conferencing exceptional using whyGo’s video conference facilities.