A Whitehorse woman is making a business out of home-cooked meals.
Former chief Bill Norn filed a lawsuit against the First Nation after being suspended as chief in 2007. He was suing for $315,000 in lost wages plus damages.
A former residential school worker in northern Saskatchewan has been found guilty of indecently assaulting young boys.
The CBC's Elizabeth McMillan live-tweeted from the legislative assembly as MLAs discussed whether to add new seats or move the electoral boundaries.
Paul Leroux is accused of molesting 14 boys at the residential school in Beauval, Saskatchewan nearly 50 years ago.
Canada's military ombudsman says the Canadian Forces need to provide more support to spouses and children of military personnel to minimize the disruptive effect their career has on fundamental aspects of family life, such as employment, health care, housing and child care.
A judicial recount found that Nuqingaq beat Clyde River's Niore Iqalukjuak by just two votes.
A report from the Conference Board of Canada says beer is a major driver of Canada's economy, supporting 163,200 jobs across the country.
The $8 million building can hold up to six ambulances in a central part of the city.
Two engineering students at Concordia University are hoping to help solve housing problems in Canada's North.
The Indigenous Nationhood movement launched a new new website today that it hopes will build on the momentum of last year's Idle No More protests.
Joey Young was on his way home from an unsuccessful moose hunt when he slammed into a bison, and totalled his truck.
"The strange thing is… they're acting like you would expect the worst of the mining companies to act," said Weledeh MLA Bob Bromley in the N.W.T. legislature yesterday.
The Arviat Film Society is partnering with Isuma to offer Inuktitut programming on Channel 19.
Noah Papatsie was sworn in yesterday in the Nunavut Court of Justice.
The ripple effects of the multibillion-dollar Muskrat Falls hydro project have spilled over into health care.
Canadian natural gas giant Encana says it will cut its workforce by 20 per cent and close its office in Plano, Texas.
Avalon Rare Metals Inc. claims Nechalacho is “the most advanced large heavy rare earth development project in the world.”
Leadership forum will go ahead as judicial recounts continue in Rankin Inlet South and Uqqummiut.
A group of Faro residents learned Friday their winning ticket was one of two drawn in Friday's Lotto Max.