Nine N.W.T. communities held municipal elections Monday night.
RCMP in Yellowknife say Project Goblin targeted a gang from B.C.'s lower mainland — the 856 gang — that's been selling crack cocaine and marijuana in the N.W.T. capital.
Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Kathy Dunderdale has announced that all the financing for the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric megaproject is now in place.
Some results are in from yesterday's elections at the Qikiqtani Inuit Association and the Kivalliq Inuit Association.
New York private equity firm Bain Capital has bought a majority stake in Canadian winter gear manufacturer Canada Goose for an undisclosed sum.
Yukon College has cancelled its Primary Care Paramedic Certificate program, and that’s left some students in a lurch.
“What targets has the minister responsible for health and social services set to improve mental health services for Yukon's rural youth?" asks MLA Kevin Barr.
Renovations to Dawson City's historic CIBC bank are on hold until its lead paint and asbestos can be dealt with.
A Yukon Supreme Court judge wants time to think about a jail sentence for a woman facing a minimum five-year penitentiary term for her role in a Haines Junction robbery two years ago.
Non-aboriginal hunters in the Northwest Territories are wondering why they’re being shut out completely from the Bluenose East caribou hunt, while hunting for aboriginals remains unrestricted.
The trial of Elee Geetah, 22, for second-degree murder gets underway Tuesday in Cape Dorset, Nunavut.
The power was out for nearly 24 hours in Tuktoyaktuk, N.W.T., after high winds knocked out the electricity then prevented crews from flying in to fix it.
If you get a parking ticket in Whitehorse this week, you can pay it off in donations to the food bank, as part of the city's annual Food for Fines program.
Resident hunters will be able to harvest one bull from the Beverly and Ahiak barren-ground caribou herds and the Slave River Lowlands bison herd.
Shelters for aboriginal people in Montreal say their resources are stretched thin as more aboriginal people flee the housing crisis in the North.
Two former champions, Hugh Neff and John Schandelmeier, will race in the upcoming Yukon Quest dog sled race.
Legendary rocker Neil Young is hosting four benefit concerts in support of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation in its fight against oilsands development.
Universal Helicopters has been sold to the Nunatsiavut Group of Companies, with the help of a private investment fund founded by former Prime Minister Paul Martin.
Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird and Leona Aglukkaq, minister for the Arctic Council, make public Canada's claim to the extended continental shelf in the Arctic.
A Nunavut court judge has ruled a Rankin Inlet man convicted of killing his common-law spouse in 2004 can apply for parole in 13 years. Adjusting for time served, Adrian van Eindhoven could apply as early as 2017.