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.
A jury in Yellowknife has found a Hay River, N.W.T., man not guilty of manslaughter in the death of a man outside the town's legion in 2010.
A break in the weather is helping firefighters as they work to protect cabins near Mayo, Yukon, from the largest forest fire in the territory so far this season.
An Edmonton-based engineering firm has been granted an order to seek up to $180,000 in assets from a Nunavut diamond mine owner.
The Qikiqtani Inuit Association is keeping quiet about negotiations it is having with Baffinland Iron Mines about the company's iron ore mine at Mary River.
A new director of customs in Skagway, Alaska, is creating confusion for Yukon boat owners with new registration and reporting rules that don't appear in customs written requirements.
Yukon's environmental critics are calling on the government to slow down its oil and gas development plans, especially as a company plans to do 3D seismic exploration near Eagle Plains.
Officials with the Public Health Agency of Canada estimate that about 1,200 Canadians, mostly in British Columbia and Alberta, bought a blend of frozen berries linked to a hepatitis A outbreak that has hit eight U.S. states.
Many people in Nunavut have taken their own lives, but even more have attempted suicide, according to the Nunavut Suicide Follow-Back Study.
Operators of the Mount Sima ski hill in Whitehorse say they need a decision on a bailout from the city by June 21.
With just a one vote difference, Gameti, N.W.T., has a new chief in David Wedawin this morning.
The Sahtu Land and Water Board has approved a proposal to drill and frack two horizontal wells near Tulita, N.W.T.
The Yukon coroner has determined a traffic accident that killed a young woman in Whitehorse in February was accidental.
The N.W.T.'s health department is investigating why it took five hours for a medevac to arrive in Trout Lake after a boating crash two weeks ago.
The Provincial Review Committee (COMEX) in Quebec will hold a public consultation Tuesday night on BlackRock Metals Inc.'s proposed mine in Oujé-Bougoumou, Que.
The disclosure that the U.S government secretly collects data from telephone and internet services has raised concerns by some privacy advocates over Canada's own surveillance techniques and what kind of information Ottawa is mining from Canadians.
Fire officials want community help to find a firebug after suspicious fire over weekend in Mayo.