The Nunavut Government is concerned about the impact a proposed hydroelectric project near Iqaluit may have on local habitat and wildlife.
Bystanders and the Yellowknife fire department saved a man and his dogs who broke through thin ice on Yellowknife Bay Friday.
The idea of charging border crossing fees at land ports of entry has been shot down by a U.S. Senate committee.
Renovations at Iqaluit's Qikiqtani General Hospital have hit a snag after the general contractor for the project abandoned the site and defaulted on the $36 million project.
Canada's record on how it treats aboriginal people will be under global scrutiny within the next year by three human-rights groups, including two from the United Nations.
The Yukon Court of Appeal is sending a land claim case back to the Yukon Supreme Court for a new trial.
District Education Authorities are working on new attendance policies, but in the meantime, Joamie School is using certificates to encourage perfect student attendance.
The 17-year-old is facing four weapons charges and one charge of trafficking cocaine, as is his co-accused, 21-year-old Joshua Petten.
Nunavut MLAs want to know how the government will spend the $100 million for public housing announced recently in the federal budget.
People in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, hope a junior mining company has what it takes to breathe new life into the Hope Bay gold mine.
A helicopter and another ground crew have joined the search near Baker Lake, Nunavut, for an elder who fell off a sled pulled by a snowmobile out on the land.
An Inuvik, N.W.T., man has been arrested and charged with aggravated assault. The alleged incident happened Wednesday outside a business in Inuvik. A 55-year-old man is in hospital in critical, but stable condition.
A man accused in a cold-case murder in Utah was arrested Wednesday in Haines, Alaska.
A senior territorial official said there are no safety issues with the Whitehorse airport runway.
The National Energy Board has issued Lone Pine Resources a commercial discovery declaration signifying it found commercial quantities of gas in the shale near Fort Liard.
Crews will begin removing asbestos and arsenic trioxide found in the roaster complex at Giant Mine in Yellowknife this summer.
The province is eliminating provincial achievement tests (PATs) for students in Grades 3, 6 and 9.
The department of Public Works has been unable to substantiate claims by parliamentary secretary Chris Alexander that the department gave the CBC details of the budget for designing a new fleet of Arctic offshore patrol ships.
Iqaluit's engineering and public works committee is recommending the boulders and posts lining the city's streets be removed and that "real" sidewalks be built.
Some business people in Norman Wells, N.W.T., are urging the Sahtu Land and Water Board to fast-track a drilling project near the town. It would be the first horizontal drilling project in the territory.