The father of a 20-year-old man who died in an Edmonton hospital after sustaining head injuries in Yellowknife is hoping his son’s story will encourage more Canadians to donate their organs.
Scientists can now say with extreme confidence that human activity is the dominant cause of the global warming observed since the 1950s, a new report by an international scientific group said Friday.
Search and rescue officials looking for a missing Cessna 208 and its pilot found debris in Hudson Bay Thursday morning about 200 km from Fort Severn, Ont.
A Russian court on Thursday jailed the captain of a Greenpeace ship along with a photographer and several activists, including two Canadians, who were part of a 30-member team protesting near an oil platform in the Arctic last week.
The Yukon Court of Appeal has ruled Christopher Maxwell-Smith's two-year sentence was sufficient. This gives the U.K. citizen a chance to fight a deportation order.
A Yukon jury heard testimony Tuesday from a police officer who was injured during a high speed chase near Haines Junction two years ago.
Some businesses in Norman Wells, N.W.T., are upset over a price hike for natural gas in the town that would more than double their costs.
One-third of Canadians watched television online in 2012, according to a new report by the CRTC, a trend likely driven in part by the growing popularity of services like Netflix.
The wreckage of the Coast Guard helicopter that crashed into the Arctic Ocean two weeks ago, killing three men on board, has been recovered.
With two days' left in the nomination period, several more people have put their names forward as candidates in the Nunavut territorial election on October 28th.
The Giant Mine remediation team met with people in N'dilo Wednesday about plans to manage flooding risks from Baker Creek and trying to stabilize the underground tunnels in the decommissioned gold mine.
Committee of 6 MLAs from all 3 parties to investigate risks and benefits of gas extraction technique.
Only one of the three men who died in the Arctic crash of a Canadian Coast Guard helicopter was wearing a full immersion suit, which was not completely zipped up, and only one victim had a life jacket on, CBC News chief correspondent Peter Mansbridge reports.
Fishery officers seized more than two tonnes of fish in Hay River, N.W.T., after they say they witnessed illegal fishing activities during a patrol of Great Slave Lake.
A pilot was pulled out of the wreckage of a fiery plane crash in Fort Nelson, B.C., Wednesday, transportation officials said.
Two RCMP officers on patrol near Manning in northern Alberta spotted a blazing fireball shooting across the night sky on Saturday.
A Justice of the Peace in Yellowknife has ordered Inuvik's only veterinarian to remain in jail for now.
Whitehorse RCMP have issued a public alert after a woman was sexually assaulted near the park at the end of Main Street Tuesday night.
Air travellers in Canada, the U.S., Australia and Europe may soon be able to bring larger bottles of water and other liquids through airport security again, thanks to high-tech screening methods that will be able to chemically identify liquid explosives.
At 5 a.m. Wednesday morning, firefighters were called out to a fire at the Inuvik building that houses Alforno's restaurant.