Vega One nutritional shakes in two flavours have been found to be contaminated with a prescription drug, Health Canada says, but maker has not responded to Health Canada's request for recall, the regulator says.
Shelley Cuthbert, the former president of the Yukon Humane Society, has been fined $500 and barred from sitting on public boards for two years.
"Listen to the Stories: A History of the Kwanlin Dün People" spans more than 40 years of Kwanlun Dün history.
The Yukon Arts Centre wants to raise $90,000 to upgrade its 25-year-old sound system.
The eyes of caribou living in Arctic areas with 24-hour darkness in winter change colour with the seasons, a study has found.
Iqaluit-Niaqunnguu candidate Methusalah Kunuk says he's still considering options after his name was printed in English-only on the ballot.
David Qaunniq and three family members managed to get out of the boat and grab some gear before it sank.
Find out where, when and how to see today's rare hybrid solar eclipse, which will be visible as a partial eclipse from Ontario to Newfoundland.
"Why on earth would the Yukon Party deliberately structure the tender to reduce job opportunities for Yukoners?" asked NDP leader Liz Hanson in the legislature Thursday
Fourteen MLAs voted to approve the territory's new Wildlife Act Thursday night.
The N.W.T. government celebrated the 20th birthday of its legislative assembly building Friday with a mortgage-burning ceremony.
Two people are in stable condition and two polar bears are dead after a confrontation in the northern Manitoba town of Churchill on Friday.
The community of Resolute, Nunavut, says it's disappointed it still hasn't received a report about the First Air crash there more than two years ago.
Bicycle helmet use should be legislated for all ages in all provinces and territories, Canadian pediatricians say.
The Mackenzie Valley Review Board is asking for more information from the territorial government on construction plans for the extension of a proposed Mackenzie Valley Highway.
The Speaker rules that N.W.T. M-L-A Robert Hawkins didn't violate protocol when he posted comments on his Facebook page about a previous ruling against him.
Yukon's government has pledged new money to support a new school focused on mining and trades.
The Yukon Legislative Assembly is back in session this afternoon, but members were greeted by protesters concerned about fracking in the territory.
"I think it's good news,” says Gregor McGregor, mayor of Norman Wells, of the two horizontal wells to be contructed near the community. But others, like Maude Barlow, are still concerned about what fracking can do to the community's water.
Nunavut leads the country in per capita health care spending, followed by the N.W.T. and Yukon, according to a study released Tuesday by the Canadian Institute for Health Information.