Dietitians of Canada's new online tool for parents who want to check whether their preschoolers and toddlers are eating well
There are growing signs that the stalled Mackenzie Valley pipeline project could get a new lease on life as a liquefied natural gas pipeline.
A CBC Marketplace investigation has found that the growing popularity of spray polyurethane foam insulation may be creating an emerging problem in Canada.
Several MLAs say the tone of discussion in the territorial legislature hasn't been at the level it should be lately.
Yukon College was host to an innovative experiment on Thursday, one that shows people how much needless garbage they produce in a day.
Almost two-thirds of the population of Nunavut are under 25, but many of them aren't politically engaged enough to vote.
Teenagers in remote N.W.T. communities are half as likely to have drivers' licences, and that's holding them back in employment possibilities down the line—something the government wants to change.
Well known northern musician and community activist Ray Massey died Wednesday after a long battle with cancer.
The community of Fort Smith now has access to a regular supply of wild meat and fish thanks to some government funding to buy freezers and stock them with traditional foods.
The new owner of the N.W.T. diamond mine is applying to do work it says would extend the life of the mine by up to 20 years.
Canada will fail to meet its 2020 greenhouse gas reductions targets under the Copenhagen Accord even with more regulation of the oil and gas sector, according to a new report and internal government analysis obtained by CBC News.
An office building in Igloolik caught fire sometime around 6 a.m. Thursday.
Yellowknife RCMP are investigating the death of a 25-year-old man at the Northern Lites Motel Wednesday.
Gold production was up, but profits were down for Agnico Eagle this summer, according to third quarter results released Wednesday.
Inuit leaders say they want to see more long-term government support for Arctic research into issues affecting the North.
Western Arctic MP Dennis Bevington has introduced a bill in the House of Commons to add the Peel River to the list of waterways under the Navigation Protection Act.
A municipal byelection is underway in Iqaluit to fill a vacant seat left when councillor Jimmy Kilabuk died earlier this year.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency issued a recall notice Wednesday for 19 additional salads and dips produced by Reser's Fine Foods.
Alberta-based Manitok Thompson was told she can't express her opinion or support Nunavut candidates on social media. The Canadian Civil Liberties Association says Elections Nunavut may be in breach of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Some in Whitehorse are recommending that the city considering ending its policy of banning alcohol in homeless shelters, as they say it can sometimes hinder the recovery process for addicts.