The community of about 400 people has been without a mayor since Qinuajuaq Pudlat resigned for personal reasons last year.
A three-week trial for Colin Makpah, who is charged in the 2010 death of Donald Gamble, is scheduled to start on April 28, 2014.
Yellowknife man says it is unfair for Bell Mobility to charge for non-existent 911 service.
Camels may be called the ships of the desert, but ancient, mummified bones dug from the tundra are confirming that the animals now synonymous with the arid sands of Arabia actually developed in what is now Canada's High Arctic.
Nunavut MLAs have again postponed the creation of a Child and Youth Advocate by voting to allow more time to review the bill.
Eating a poor quality diet is the leading risk factor for diseases and injuries that cause Canadians to die prematurely and become disabled, according to a new report.
The three RCMP officers who shot Karen Lander in Yellowknife have been testifying at a coroner's inquest Monday.
Public Safety Minister Vic Toews tells MPs a program that roughly 400 First Nations and Inuit communities rely on to pay for their police forces will be renewed for five years.
Whitehorse fire chief says family put in danger when vehicle left running in garage
One person is dead and two others are injured after an avalanche Sunday in the mountains near Haines, Alaska.
Student at a Whitehorse Catholic high school wants policy condemning homosexual acts removed.
A Nunavut MLA is raiding concerns over mold found in some public housing units in the territory. Some of the units are less than five years old.
Junior mining companies, which explore for new mine sites and mineral deposits, are having trouble raising money.
Prote Poker, the Grand Chief of the Innu Nation, says Innu in Sheshashui and Natuashish are not backing down on their plan to hunt animals from the George River caribou herd this year.
The Court of Appeal has denied Yukon federal prosecutors' requests to appeal in a case against two violent offenders.
The 41st Iditarod Trail sled dog race officially started in Willow, Alaska, Sunday.
The United Nations' right to food envoy says the Canadian government's controversial decisions to scrap the long-form census and negotiate a free trade deal with Europe will make it more difficult to fight poverty in Canada.
The body of a man was found inside a home in northern Quebec Sunday, ending a 17-hour standoff that left one police officer dead and another seriously injured on Saturday night.
A man is believed to have been stabbed on 50th street in Yellowknife early Sunday morning.
The federal government plans to hold a call for bids for oil and gas discovery licenses for the Bent Horn lands off Baffin Island in Nunavut.