The Timmins man missing in Nunavut since Tuesday has been found and is well. He will be taken to Rankin Inlet to be checked over medically.
A summit to save Mt. Sima got under way in Whitehorse Thursday. The cash-strapped ski hill's board of directors invited about 40 stakeholders, including government and city officials, to the closed-door meeting.
Amendments to Nunavut's Liquor Act passed on to the committee stage in the legislature Thursday. If passed, the territory could see restrictions on alcohol eased.
Four homes were evacuated when the Pelly River overflowed its banks Wednesday due to an ice jam.
Dozens Yellowknifers gathered Thursday at City Hall to have their say on the proposed new dog bylaw, which could make it mandatory for owners to carry bags to pick up after their pets.
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The search for a worker who went missing from a mining camp near Rankin Inlet resumed Thursday morning despite blizzard conditions in the region.
A Nunavut judge has struck down a publication ban on the name of an Iqaluit teacher charged with sexual offences against minors.
Peter Taptuna, the minister responsible for the Nunavut Housing Corporation, announced the allocations Wednesday in the legislative assembly.
Yellowknife's Catholic school board voted Wednesday night to allow HPV vaccinations to take place in their schools.
Dehcho First Nations Grand Chief Herb Norwegian is demanding that MLAs get hearings for the proposed new Wildlife Act back on track after they were cancelled this week.
An Alberta contractor said the Yukon Hospital Corporation should have stepped in when he complained about not being paid for work on the Dawson City and Watson Lake hospitals.
A search and rescue is underway for a worker who went missing while travelling by snowmobile to a drill site on Agnico-Eagle's Meliadine project.
The Yellowknife Catholic School Board will vote Wednesday night on whether to offer the HPV vaccine in their schools.
Residents of the Rock Creek area near Dawson City, Yukon, are being warned of potential high water and flooding. Some residents have already been flooded out.
A Roman Catholic priest serving in Behchoko, N.W.T., is going back to India after he was asked to leave the parish by the diocese's administration.
Nunavut's Leona Aglukkaq took over as chair of the Arctic Council during a ceremony in Sweden Wednesday. Aglukkaq, who is also Canada's health minister, is the first Inuk to ever lead the intergovernmental Arctic forum.
Christina Asp, Norman Larue's girlfriend, refuses to leave her cell to testify in Larue's trial for the murder of Gordon Seybold.
The arson investigation into the massive wildfires in Slave Lake two years ago is over and no charges will be laid, CBC News has learned.
Arctic states agreed Wednesday to let nations that are located nowhere near the Earth's north to become observers to their diplomatic council.