A group of Russian explorers have driven across the North Pole and are heading to Resolute, Nunavut, in specialized amphibious trucks.
The body that investigates complaints against the RCMP has ruled that police used unreasonable force against a Whitehorse man.
The death of a 55-year-old man in Inuvik, N.W.T., last week is no longer being treated as "suspicious," say RCMP.
People involved in Canada's commercial seal industry are expressing some hope that they will be able to overturn a European Union ban on seal products, but some fur industry insiders doubt there is much of a market left for seal in Europe.
A Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, man was sentenced to three and a half years on Monday for not telling two women he had sex with while living in Yellowknife that he has HIV.
Some Nunavut schools are finding new ways to help students protect themselves against sexual abuse.
People who live in Nunavut communities with restricted alcohol rules will no longer have to pay a fee to the alcohol education committee to import liquor.
Environmental monitoring data from Alberta's oilsands region is now accessible online at a web portal launched on Earth Day by the federal and Alberta governments.
Canadian police say they have arrested two men and thwarted an alleged terrorist plot targeting a passenger train in the Greater Toronto Area. Police accused the two men, who will appear in court tomorrow, of conspiring to commit an "al-Qaeda-supported" attack.
The Whitehorse Cross-Country Ski Club faces charges over a trail its volunteers built last year.
A new Yukon Medical Council has been appointed, after all six members of the former council resigned in protest last month.
A study for the federally funded organization set up to monitor and improve the use of information technology across Canada's health care system has found that increased use of electronic medical health records has saved $1.3 billion over the past six years.
Flags are flying at half-mast at city hall in Iqaluit as people grieve the passing of Jimmy Kilabuk.
Ottawa "will vigorously lobby against" a proposal to charge every vehicle and pedestrian a fee to enter the United States at any land border crossing, says a spokeswoman for Canada's Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.
A Yukon Supreme Court judge will take some time to consider a First Nation's dispute over a mining claim in its traditional territory.
The federal government has confirmed that the Giant Mine cleanup in Yellowknife will cost Canadian taxpayers close to a billion dollars, but it says that number could still change.
A man was attacked and severely beaten while delivering parcels to the Northern Store in Behchoko, N.W.T. early Saturday morning.
Since its inception in 1970, Earth Day has been celebrated throughout the world on April 22 as a day of environmental awareness. Canadians will be marking this year's Earth Day with events large and small; find out what's going on in your community.
A literacy program in Fort Good Hope, N.W.T., is teaching kids the connection between the ABCs and measuring cups.
Some children in Yellowknife are protesting a school board policy that keeps them indoors for recess when the temperature with the windchill is -30C or below.