Arctic Connection, a business that ships goods to the Kivalliq region of Nunavut, is planning to open a general merchandise store and fast food takeout in Arviat.
A pilot project is in the works to find out if placing a meter on home water consumption is viable in Whitehorse.
After 17 summers simulating Mars on Devon Island, planetary scientist Pascal Lee has published a children’s book.
Relatives of two people who died after being treated at Watson Lake hospital are demanding answers from the Yukon Hospital Corporation.
More than 120 people gathered in Yellowknife last night to voice concerns about how a spill at a coal mine in Alberta will affect downstream communities.
The hamlet of Pangnirtung has accumulated a deficit of $1.5 million and lost two senior staff... and more lay-offs are coming.
The NHL confirmed Tuesday morning that CBC has secured English-language rights to Saturday games for the next four years in an agreement with Rogers Communications.
Charlie Delorme, who gave $15,000 to Yellowknife charities this fall, has died at the age of 64.
The town of Inuvik, N.W.T., has been cut off from new shipments of propane because the ferry isn't operating and there are no ice roads yet.
Opposition MPs and lawyers for residential school survivors say the federal government has withheld knowledge and possession of key documents that would help corroborate stories of abuse at St. Anne's Residential School in Fort Albany, Ont.
Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami says the World Trade Organization's decision to uphold a European Union ban on seal products is outrageous.
The Northwest Territories' three operating diamond mines continue to fly in workers from outside the territory, despite commitments they made in socio-economic agreements to hire northern employees.
Nova Alberts is gone from her job, and government officials won't say whether she quit or was fired.
The Liard First Nation election is just weeks away, and some members say the community is divided. 'They talk transparency; there's none.'
‘What we are calling for is a ‘world-class’ regulatory and monitoring system that kicks in immediately after an environmental catastrophe happens,’ says Dene National Chief Bill Erasmus.
Gwich'in Tribal Council president Robert Alexie Jr.: 'My people have spoken, and what Canada is proposing is clearly unacceptable.'
The Canadian government says it will appeal a World Trade Organization decison to uphold a European Union ban on seal products.
A drop in corporate donations means the Salvation Army in Yellowknife may not be able to meet the growing demand for Christmas hampers.
The U.S. military is looking for ways to expand operations in the vast waters of the Arctic, as melting ice caps open sea lanes and other nations such as Russia compete for lucrative oil and gas deposits.
Canadian family medicine resident Erin Sullivan helped a woman give birth on board a KLM flight before it made an emergency landing in Yellowknife earlier this month.