Mike Patrick McLaughlin was initially charged with arson for trying to burn down two row houses but in a deal reached with the prosecutor, he pleaded guilty to mischief causing damage over $5,000.
Yukon RCMP say they've disrupted a major drug supply pipeline into the territory.
A former Bay Street trader has launched a new career designing games that teach financial literacy to high school and college students.
A father and son who were missing on the land near Quaqtaq, Nunavik in a blizzard are now safely back in the northern Quebec community.
Uqqummiut MLA Samuel Nuqingaq has been disciplined by the legislative assembly's Management and Services Board for missing two days of orientation last week and the morning of the leadership forum.
Twenty-seven years after his first visit to the area, Daniel Hillert moved from the west coast of Vancouver Island to Fort Smith, and started snapping photos. Now he’s published a new book of photography called "Into the Boreal."
The trial of Roman Catholic priest Eric Dejaeger entered its third day at the Nunavut Court of Justice in Iqaluit this morning.
Tlicho Grand Chief Eddie Erasmus: ‘There's no need to change the Wek'èezhìi Land and Water Board... there's nothing wrong with it.’
The MV Avataq, owned by Nunavut Eastern Arctic Shipping, will appear in an episode of "Mighty Ships" airing on the Discovery Channel on Friday, November 29.
A report from the Auditor General, tabled in the Nunavut legislative assembly yesterday, finds the territory is falling behind on its schedule to implement the Education Act.
Of the territory's 23 fire departments, all but Whitehorse's are run by volunteers and each of them needs new recruits.
Climate change deniers are doing less damage to the international effort to tackle climate change than those, like the Canadian government, that refuse to 'step up' and contribute, critics stay.
Fort Good Hope, N.W.T., has banned alcohol for seven days for National Addictions Awareness week.
The Alberta government has ordered Coal Valley Resources and Sherritt International to clean up a massive spill of coal mine wastewater in the Athabasca River.
Derryl Murphy is posting his grandfather's journal of his 1929 trapping travels in the Northwest Territories on Twitter.
Gregory Rich, the newly-elected chief of Natuashish, says the support he received in battling his own demons has convinced him that it is time to give back to his community and address the Innu reserve's deep social problems.
A trial into the death of Denis Chabot, a mechanic at Integra Tire in Whitehorse, continues today in the Yukon Territorial Court.
New Canadian-led research has filled a longstanding gap in climate data, with the help of an unusual rock-like organism.
The defence lawyer for Eric Dejaeger, a priest facing dozens of sex abuse charges involving Inuit children is questioning the memory and motivation of the complainants.
Kyle Netser, who is in his mid-twenties, has been missing since yesterday.