RCMP Cpl. Shawn Pollard, head of the RCMP's Yukon traffic unit, says all-season tires are fine for Toronto winters but not for the Yukon.
A KLM flight made an emergency landing in Yellowknife Thursday afternoon after a woman gave birth on board the plane.
A byelection to elect an MLA will be held in Rankin Inlet South on Feb. 10, Elections Nunavut announced Thursday.
The N.W.T. Department of Environment and Natural Resources is seeking the public's help in finding the person responsible for dumping moose meat at the Yellowknife sandpits, a recreational area near the city limits.
First Nations Bank of Canada will open kiosks in Baker Lake, Pond Inlet and Kugluktuk next year, the bank announced this week.
Yukon's Air North is appealing a U.S. government decision that would quash proposed flights between Fairbanks, Alaska and Dawson City, Yukon.
A grandmother originally from Fort Chipewyan, Alta., is asking for public assistance in locating her 24-year-old granddaughter missing since July.
Jordin Tootoo could be heading to the minors as soon as Friday, since no NHL teams picked him up after he was put on waivers by the Detroit Red Wings last week.
The City of Iqaluit is holding a public meeting tonight to get input on its proposed Responsible Pet Owner and Sled Dog bylaw, combining the sled dog bylaw and the animal control bylaw.
Though some of the smaller lakes have ice thick enough to walk or skate on, Yellowknife's fire chief is warning residents that not all lakes are ready for walking or skating yet.
The Yukon government is donating $25,000 for emergency aid in the Philippines following a massive storm that has left almost 2,000 people dead.
A Whitehorse woman who dumped her aging cat from her vehicle then ran over it has been fined and barred from keeping pets for two years.
People of the Pehdzeh Ki First Nation are heading to the polls today to elect a new chief, after the previous chief was removed in a vote of non-confidence last month.
Wildlife officers in Arviat, Nunavut, are trying a different technique this year to try and keep polar bears out of the community during freeze-up — offering them meat.
Scientists are watching closely as the sun's magnetic field is set to flip, an event that occurs every 10 to 13 years. CBC News looks at some facts and myths related to solar activity.
An Alberta filmmaker went to great lengths to capture the first high-definition video of wolverines
The family of Teresa Ann Scheunert, 47, want to know why she died of 'mixed drug toxicity' while being treated for severe back pain.
New housing is going up in the hamlet of Arviat, but it's not enough to end overcrowding, and new construction brings its own problems.
Some groups involved in the environmental assessment of the Giant Mine clean-up will meet Thursday to discuss the federal government’s analysis of the Mackenzie Valley Review Board’s recommendations, but the federal project lead says the analysis won’t change.
Three Yukon First Nations have formed a new business, called Dempster Energy Services, to look into whether liquefied natural gas could work in the territory.