A Yellowknife woman and her brother have filed a complaint against five Yellowknife RCMP officers, alleging the officers kicked open their apartment door and unlawfully arrested them.
Geologists have found 11 new deposits of carving stone on the Hall Peninsula, just east of Iqaluit.
A group of young people from the James Bay Cree community of Whapmagoostui, Que., has arrived at Parliament Hill in Ottawa, ending a 1,600-kilometre trek meant to bring attention to aboriginal issues.
Whitehorse city councillors begin debate Monday night on the city's $65 million budget, and a funding request from Mt. Sima operators continues to be a contentious issue.
RCMP in Arctic Bay, Nunavut, are investigating after a 31-year-old man was found dead outside Thursday.
A group of Inuit in Clyde River, Nunavut, are taking the initiative to research polar bear denning habits on the north and east side of Baffin Island.
A pedestrian has died after he was hit by a vehicle outside of Yellowknife Saturday morning.
The First Nations Bank of Canada says it will announce plans for expansion into the Northwest Territories at its upcoming annual shareholders meeting in April.
Yellowknife's army reservists will be training using live ammunition on Yellowknife Bay this weekend.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is warning people not to consume certain Nestle Kit Kat Chunky bars because they may contain pieces of plastic.
Millions of homes and businesses around the world will be in the dark tonight as part of Earth Hour, an annual event meant to raise awareness about climate change and the environment.
The long walk will soon be over for a group of youths from the James Bay Cree community of Whapmagoostui, Que., who expect to arrive in Ottawa Monday after trekking about 1,600 kilometres.
Yellowknife earned 25th place in Moneysense's list of "best places to live" in Canada, while Whitehorse plummeted to 85th spot.
Ontario's premier is looking into an online game that shows the bombing of a gas pipeline.
A team from Google Maps is in Iqaluit this week to photograph the city for Google Street View.
The Government of Nunavut is reporting a drop in tobacco sales of almost three per cent between March and November 2012.
A team of so-called Google trekkers is on a mission to put Nunavut on the map. The internet giant has enlisted Iqaluit residents to walk through the city streets gathering images for its Google Maps service.
The federal government has announced $100 million over two years for housing in Nunavut. It also announced funding for the harbour in Pangnirtung and the naval facility in Nanisivik.
The Yukon Premier Darrell Pasloski announced a surplus budget of $72.8 million, without any tax increases.
Canadians will see little new spending out of the federal government this year as it attempts to stay on target to eliminate the deficit by 2015, with money reallocated to training workers and small breaks for consumers like extending an adoption tax credit and cutting tariffs on sports equipment.