Proposed measures to protect cellphone customers from unexpectedly high wireless bills are bad for customers and will stifle competition, wireless providers tell Canada's telecommunications regulator.
John Mantla's Independent Assessment Process claim was denied, despite his account of severe physical abuse.
A Yukon coroner's jury looking into the deaths of five people in a Whitehorse home last year is recommending immediate government action on safety in homes with oil-fired appliances.
Yellowknife MLAs are debating the future of the downtown day shelter in the legislature. Robert Hawkins says the shelter is not being run properly.
Iqaluit's snowfall this year has more than doubled the amount the city saw last year.
The Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board has laid off six employees including two environmental assessment officers.
A weekend fire caused major damage to a house in Inuvik, N.W.T. There was a fire at the same address one year ago.
Alaskan musher Allen Moore has won the Yukon Quest dog sled race.
World Wildlife Fund Canada is providing financial support for polar bear research in the North.
A United Nations representative says Canada needs a national food strategy in a new report on Right to Food.
Three men to receive Stars of Courage for role in rescuing teenage boy from ice pan near Coral Harbour in November 2009.
Fans turned out in big numbers for the Northern Hockey Challenge in Iqaluit and Hay River this weekend.
Countries from around the world will meet in Bangkok in March to consider changes to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species, which could place polar bear hides and other parts in the same category as elephant ivory, forbidding their cross-border sale.
For the first time, both Iqaluit and Rankin Inlet sent teams to the Canadian Junior Championships in Fort McMurray, Alta.
The Town of Dawson City has reached an out-of-court settlement over the town's historic CIBC building, paying former owner Mike Palma $170,000.
Speedskater Cynthia Simmons, 14, finished second in the 777 metre and 333 metre events at the Special Olympics World Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea.
Race officials accepted the Alaskan musher's resignation soon after he got into Dawson City Thursday morning.
An elderly Japanese tourist was found dead in a pool at the Takhini Hot Springs near Whitehorse early Thursday morning.
Iqaluit RCMP say a man was trying to steal the vehicle from the elders' centre when he crashed it into the building.
The dog, belonging to Alaskan musher Jake Berkowitz's team, was being transported to Whitehorse by a race veterinarian at the time of death.