Yukon's opposition is challenging the government about airport safety in Whitehorse, saying the runway is not long enough and also too slippery in winter.
The N.W.T. Department of Environment and Natural Resources said parts of more than 50 caribou were found wasted near Gameti in April.
Victoria Gold Corporation says it will push back the start of construction on its Eagle Gold project in Yukon rather than dilute existing shareholders' investments.
The chief negotiator for the Grand Council of the Crees expects mining development in Cree territory will slow down because of the Parti Québécois' new mining royalty system.
It's been two years since mold was found at Resolute's health centre but Nunavut's Department of Community and Government Services has not been able to find a company to clean it up.
The water in Baker Creek outside of Yellowknife is being tested for contaminants after meltwater from Giant Mine accidentally spilled into the creek.
Baby boxes — a convent practice that dates to medieval times — are seeing a revival around the world, including in Canada where Alberta became the second province on Monday to offer the safe haven for unwanted infants.
The spring sitting of the Nunavut legislative assembly starts today, the second-last sitting before the general election in October.
Federal geologists are planning to test a new method of mineral exploration this summer in Nunavut using data collected by satellite and aircraft.
WestJet is reporting its "best ever" quarterly earnings, while also announcing deal to sell 10 of its oldest jets and replace them with 10 newer ones.
Canada is abandoning a 15-year program that was researching ways to tap a potentially revolutionary energy source, just as Japan is starting to use the results to exploit methane hydrates.
A Yellowknife man's video of him speaking with a raven has garnered thousands of hits on YouTube.
Part of a new government facility in Whitehorse - an arrest processing facility - is being undone before the building is even built.
The Chief of the Salt River First Nation in Fort Smith, N.W.T., is responding to claims that a band meeting she called last week was illegal.
Yukon MP Ryan Leef denies he is a climate change denier, after critics accused him of siding with people who discount climate change and its effects.
Two Yukoners and their out-of-territory cousins were fined $30,000 and banned from hunting in Yukon for 10 years after they pleaded guilty to hunting illegal.
The biggest oil and gas pipeline company in Canada is breaking National Energy Board safety rules at 117 of its 125 pump stations across the country, but Enbridge says it's not to blame.
A Nunavut woman says the high rate of suicide shows current prevention strategies aren't working.
The 14th annual Nunavut Quest wrapped up over the weekend in Igloolik, and Andy Attagutalukutuk of Igloolik took home the big prize.
Yukon, Alaska and the Northwest Territories promise to host 2016 Arctic Winter Games events that Greenland can't.