This year's Yukon River Chinook salmon run was the worst ever, prompting calls for unprecedented measures to save the fishery.
Cellphone customers get caps on their excess data and roaming fees and other new rights, under the CRTC's new wireless code.
Some Yellowknife business owners say the Deh Cho bridge is good for business. Others say the toll fees are driving up the cost of living. And the N.W.T. government says revenue from toll fees is lower than expected.
A northern lawyer says the federal government’s plan to hire private investigators to find abusers could cause more harm than good.
A former teacher from Greenstone, Ont. wants to bring the hockey team he now coaches from Whale Cove, Nunavut to Geraldton, Ont. — but he needs to raise about $10,000 to make the trip.
Environmentalists calling for full disclosure of the chemicals used in fracking are not impressed by the information ConocoPhillips recently released.
A new report by the MP for the Western Arctic recommends increasing the northern residents tax deduction by 50 per cent across the board and offering a tax credit in poorer communities.
A trove of brand new construction materials were quietly left at the Igloolik dump this fall, and residents are concerned that the Nunavut Housing Corporation was behind it.
Two companies involved in mineral exploration are hoping to make a deal with prosecutors over charges under the Federal Fisheries Act.
New Brunswick researchers have returned from the high Arctic after installing gear that will allow them to explore high into the atmosphere.
If consumers are benefiting from online shopping, the centrepiece of today's Cyber Monday promotional blitz, it is because they are already driving how retailers are adapting their e-commerce business.
Some time this week, Canada is expected to make its case to the world to dramatically expand its boundaries by an area equivalent to the size of all three Prairie provinces.
The fourth-annual Sports Day in Canada was Saturday and many people across the country, including in the North, spent the day enjoying winter's outdoor sports.
The campaign called "Uncharted Adventures" shows two friends exploring parts of the world that many people don't get to see, including Virginia Falls in Nahanni National Park.
A mother-daughter duo in Whitehorse is building up a business by taking care of a task some parents grow to hate: making their kids' school lunches.
Regulators in Nunavut are hoping new legislation will give them more power when it comes to making mining companies, like Shear Diamonds, comply with regulations.
A mother on board a plane that crashed in remote southwest Alaska made a frantic phone call for help resuscitating her five-month-old baby, then left the fatally injured boy to lead searchers hampered by cold and fog to the crash site.
The Yukon Workers Compensation Health and Safety Board has penalized the company operating Dawson City's new sewage treatment plant for its handling of a mould outbreak.
Nunavut Arctic College’s Fur Production Design program has been offered in many smaller Nunavut communities… now eight students are enrolled in Repulse Bay.
The message of a new video series launched by the Canadian Avalanche Centre produced by snowmobilers says fellow riders can avoid serious injury, or even death, with proper training and planning.