A group of groundskeepers cleaning up a park in Fort Simpson, N.W.T., found and turned in a forgotten bag of Treaty Day cash this week.
A father and son are dead after a small plane crashed Thursday close to the airport at North Battleford, Sask.
Alberta officials have told Hay River, N.W.T., its drinking water is not at risk from an oil company's massive waste water spill near Zama City.
An ecologist says affected land will be a 'big dead-looking area' after a pipeline operated by a Texas-based oil company leaked 9.5 million litres of industrial waste water.
A yarn-bombed wooly mammoth statue in Whitehorse had its knitted pyjamas stolen last Friday night.
The mayor of Skagway, Alaska, says the municipality is seeking legal opinions on new boating regulations that affect Canadians.
A forest fire in Yukon has grown significantly since Wednesday, but officials say for now nearby cabins and the community of Mayo are safe.
Budget cuts led to layoffs of Parks Canada staff who maintain most of the artifacts and old buildings in Dawson City, home of the historic Klondike gold rush.
Yukon justice officials are defending the new phone system that charges inmates for local calls.
Privacy advocates are sounding alarm bells over a new device that can record certain driving habits of Canadian motorists, but one of the auto insurance companies offering the product says those fears are misplaced.
Gov. Gen. David Johnston addresses the Nunatsiavut Assembly, making him the first vice-regal representative to do so since the Inuit government was established.
The former chief of Gameti, N.W.T., says he may challenge the outcome of Monday's election; and a candidate in Tuesday's Ndilo election is writing council with her concerns.
The Akitsiraq Law Society in Iqaluit hopes to re-start a law program in the territory.
The Quebec Soccer Federation's ban on turbans had already been roundly criticized in the province for being insensitive and not well thought out, Michelle Gagnon writes. But once Premier Pauline Marois stepped into the fray, a new, more politicized game was afoot.
ConocoPhillips Canada is planning to drill this winter after its exploratory fracking project was approved Tuesday by the Sahtu Land and Water Board.
A 21-year-old Baker Lake, Nunavut, man has been sentenced to 18 months in jail for pointing a firearm at a police officer.
Reconstruction is under way at the arena in Ross River, Yukon, but it's not a new building, despite promises from the Yukon government.
A heated meeting in Fort Resolution, N.W.T., Tuesday night took aim at the issue of drugs and alcohol.
Tornado warnings have ended in Alberta, including ones issued for Edmonton and areas south and east of the city.
A pipeline operated by a Texas-based oil company has leaked 9.5 million litres of industrial waste water about 20 kilometres northeast of Zama City, Alta., a remote community near the Northwest Territories boundary.