Northerners continue to remember the man who was an inspiration for standing up for equal rights. ‘To have compassion, that's extraordinary, and this man Mandela had this.’
The third week of the trial of Roman Catholic priest Eric Dejaeger wrapped up today with testimony from Father Robert Lechat, who worked with Dejaeger decades ago in Igloolik.
Canada bestowed its highest accolades and even honorary citizenship upon Nelson Mandela, and the legendary freedom fighter often described the country as a source of inspiration throughout his struggle for racial equality in South Africa.
Today marks the deadline for Canada to file scientific evidence to justify its claim to Arctic resources beyond its 200-nautical-mile exclusive economic zone.
A Yellowknife woman charged with growing and possessing marijuana for the purpose of trafficking told a jury Thursday she started growing marijuana because the drug was the best way to treat pain she suffers as a result of a spinal injury.
CBC's Juanita Taylor reports
Official antler measurements taken this week give a moose harvested this fall in Yukon a point score higher than the current world record.
Nelson Mandela, the anti-apartheid icon who became the first president of a democratic South Africa, passed away Thursday at his home in Johannesburg after a prolonged lung infection. He was 95.
Nunavut Justice officials say the construction of the territory's newest jail facility in Iqaluit is on schedule.
A family on a healthy diet can expect to pay $2,000 more a year for food than one having less nutritious meals, say researchers who recommend that the cost gap be closed.
Brandon Bradbury (on left) entered his first snowmobile race at age four. Today, he’s heading to Ottawa to compete against Canada's best snowcross racers.
Teresa Scheunert's family say they're shocked by the way they say their mother's body was treated at the Watson Lake hospital.
A non-profit group in Whitehorse is using an innovative new program to encourage more people to rent homes to people living with HIV-AIDS and Hepatitis C.
Former residential school worker Paul Leroux was in a North Battleford courtroom today for a sentencing hearing.
Teslin Tlingit Chief Carl Sidney: ‘When 106,000 salmon come into the mouth of the Yukon River and only 30,000 fish come across the Yukon border, where are the other 60,000-70,000?’
About 100 people — including many teachers and parents — gathered in Yellowknife last night to learn more about plans to revamp the territory's education system.
Once a commercial source of the world's warmest down, the Nunavut hamlet of Sanikiluaq is investigating whether it could revive its community-based eiderdown factory that closed in 2005.
Government officials and Inuit organizations have been lobbying hard to get the European Union to lift its ban on seal products, but artisans living and working in Nunavut say they can't get enough seal pelts to meet the demand.
Paul Bubiak, supervisor and co-owner of Integra Tire, testified Wednesday at the trial looking into the death of a mechanic at the Whitehorse tire shop.
Nunavut health officials say there have been 74 confirmed cases of the sexually-transmitted infection in Nunavut since May 2012 with new cases every week.