Lottery ticket sales could soon be back in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, at the community's Northern Store.
Parents of students at Nakasuk school in Iqaluit have formed the Nakasuk Parents Association, because they weren't allowed to form a parent teacher association.
Carl Sidney said he's disappointed with the Yukon Government's handling of a royalty sharing arrangement with Yukon First Nations.
The Iqaluit District Education Authority says it knows nothing about a teacher charged with sexual interference beyond what has been reported in the media.
Yellowknife City Hall is moving forward with plans to clean up 50th street, also known as Range Street.
The Yukon Registered Nurses Association says working conditions for nurses in the territory are favorable compared to those in southern Canada.
The principal of Peter Pitseolak High School in Cape Dorset, Nunavut, is trying to improve arts programming in the school.
A second arrest warrant has gone out for a Newfoundland fisherman who is wanted in Nunavut.
Darren Edward Cosby's behaviour forced the landing of an Air Transat flight from Vancouver to London at the Iqaluit airport March 27, where he was met by RCMP and taken into custody.
A Yukon mining company says it wants a water license to develop new mining technology that incorporates portable pools to store mine waste.
A Canadian drug distributor has issued an urgent recall for Alysena birth control pills.
The head of the Royal Bank of Canada has denied that it has replaced Canadian workers with foreign workers.
Jurors in Yukon murder trial hear recorded confession extracted by undercover officers
A long-standing Arctic mystery has become even more baffling with research that appears to debunk a common theory about the demise of the Franklin expedition.
Some big-game hunters from Mexico were fined after a polar bear hunting trip in Nunavut.
A trapper in Old Crow, Yukon, says despite record fur prices, trapping is a dying lifestyle.
Health officials in the Northwest Territories say too many people are being hospitalized for preventable illnesses.
The Chief Medical officer of Health for Nunavut said there have been more lab-confirmed cases of RSV, or respiratory syncytial virus, this year.
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A passenger whose violent behaviour forced a flight from Vancouver to London to be diverted to Iqaluit has been fined $2,000 and ordered to pay the airline almost $14,000 in restitution.