RCMP say a fire that killed two people at the Creekside Village in Iqaluit in 2012 was arson.
Canada ranks third last among economically advanced countries in the amount of paid vacation time it guarantees its workers, a new U.S. study indicates.
Taxi fares went up $1 in Inuvik today, bringing the flat rate to $6.
A Nippon Cargo 747 airplane is still at the Whitehorse airport after making an emergency landing Thursday.
Wildlife managers in Nunavut are worried the growing online market for caribou meat may put extra stress on some caribou populations.
Numbers released in March of last year showed the Nunavut government paid out more than $16 million on overtime in 10 months.
The RCMP in Fort Resolution, N.W.T., are treating the death of 23-year-old Melissa Payne as suspicious.
A large Nippon Cargo Airlines plane made an unscheduled landing Thursday morning at the Whitehorse airport.
Yukon's workers compensation premiums will go down again next year for the fifth year in a row, but officials caution those rates aren't likely to go any lower.
Yukon Senator Dan Lang is joining his colleagues in expressing disappointment over revelations about other senators abusing expense claims.
Quality concerns with a Chinese producer of acetaminophen have prompted a recall of four fever medications meant for infants and children.
Hundreds of people who say they suffered abuse at the hands of their teachers gathered at Winnipeg's Indian and Metis Friendship Centre Thursday. They call themselves day school survivors.
One James Bay Cree Youth Chief says the nominations for regional Cree leadership are low because of a lack of publicity.
The Federal Court didn't throw six MPs out of their seats over allegations of widespread vote suppression through automated robocalls in the 2011 federal election. But Judge Richard Mosley did find that fraud occurred, linked to the Conservative Party's database.
A 77-year-old woman is dead after two boats collided outside Trout Lake, N.W.T., Wednesday afternoon.
The Workers' Safety and Compensation Commission has laid 14 charges related to the fall of an employee of a construction company working at N.W.T.'s Bluefish Hydro site.
A 21-year-old man has been charged in a case of sexual assault reported six months ago in Pond Inlet, Nunavut.
Election spending records show additional days Senator Mike Duffy spent on the campaign trail in the 2011 election, including days he told the Senate he was on business, and days on which Deloitte auditors couldn't track him.
An Iqaluit taxi driver has been found not guilty of five charges against him.
People living in poorer neighbourhoods are at higher risk of being hospitalized for incidents of suicide and self-harm compared with those in the wealthiest neighbourhoods.