An employee of the Northwest Territories Power Corporation was found dead at the Bluefish dam north of Yellowknife on Wednesday.
A Calgary company is voluntarily recalling nuts that may be tainted with bacteria.
Marten Hartwell, 88, survived 31 days in the Arctic after a November 1972 plane crash.
A Haines Junction, Yukon, man has been found not guilty of fondling a girl in Yellowknife almost 20 years ago.
The Yukon Electrical Company will compensate two Whitehorse First Nations for rising and falling water levels from its Fish Lake hydro plant.
A proposal by a gold mining company to use swimming pools as tailings ponds is raising some concern with the Yukon Government and the Yukon Conservation Society.
The territory's energy corporation says it may have found a solution to the energy problem in Inuvik, N.W.T.
It took days and hundreds of Yukoners but a jury has been selected to hear evidence in what is expected to be a lengthy murder trial.
Baffinland Iron Mines will go back before Nunavut regulators with its Mary River project because the company revised its plan shortly after it was approved.
More than 60 years ago, a group of Nunavummiut were relocated in the Kivalliq region of Nunavut. They're now closer to getting compensation from the federal government.
The Tags convenience store in Watson Lake was gutted by fire early Wednesday morning.
RCMP have laid charges after a 74-year-old Wal-Mart greeter was pepper-sprayed in the face at a store in Spruce Grove, Alta., on Tuesday night.
A new trial begins today in Yellowknife for a man once sentenced to three years in jail for sexual interference against three girls.
The Whitehorse RCMP have charged a 19-year-old man with attempted murder in connection with a shooting over the weekend.
A Calgary-based oil and gas company says it has proven there is shale oil in the Sahtu region of the Northwest Territories.
Advance polls for the band council election in Fort Simpson, N.W.T., are open today from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Members of the Salt River First Nation in Fort Smith, N.W.T., have once again elected Frieda Martselos as their chief.
Colombians protested in force last month against the gold-mining plans of Vancouver-based Eco Oro. But the company shouldn't feel singled out. It is only one in a string of Canadian miners that have drawn the ire of local communities around the world.
Nunavut's territorial election is six months away, but some people are already gearing up for Oct. 28 election.
Forty years ago today, Motorola engineer Martin Cooper made the world's first public call from a mobile phone. To celebrate this anniversary, CBC News looks at the evolution of the handheld device, from "the brick" to its sleeker and more powerful recent incarnations.