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.
Bombardier has issued a recall affecting 23 of its latest Ski-Doo models including 2013 MXZ, GSX, Renegade, Freeride, Grand Touring, Skandic and Summit models.
Finance Minister Michael Miltenberger described N.W.T.'s 2013-2014 budget as "staying the course:" controlling expenditures while making necessary investments in infrastructures.
A coroner's inquest into the death of a Whitehorse family from carbon monoxide poisoning will resume on Friday with testimony from a safety expert.
Nunavut's second largest community held a roundtable meeting to discuss their plans to open up the community to tourism.
The Nunavut government taking a close look at how Iqaluit's Qikiqtani Gneeral hospital operates, looking for ways to make it more efficient.
Traditional dolls from all three northern territories are on display at Nunavut's Legislative Assembly in Iqaluit.
A Whitehorse man is in hospital in Yellowknife after the snowmobile he was driving collided with a parked truck and the Northern store in Fort Good Hope, N.W.T.
Three Liberal senators, all of them aboriginal, walked out of a committee meeting Wednesday night, as Aboriginal Affairs Minister John Duncan was testifying about the need for his government's proposed First Nations Accountability Act.
One representative from each of the provinces and territories that manage polar bear populations are in Iqaluit this week along with members of regional wildlife boards to discuss the state of Canada's bears.
In light of the Idle No More protests, which raised consciousness of native issues, CBC News takes a look at the most important and misunderstood issues around aboriginal finance, starting with revenue sources.
A full year of credit courses will increase by an average of $60, effective this September.
The federal government will appeal a landmark Federal Court ruling that would vastly expand the ranks of people considered Indians under the Constitution.
Police say they were called to a residence in the city on Sunday evening, where they found a woman with severe head injuries.
The mining company De Beers is trying to find out more about why a small group of people from Attawapiskat is blocking the road to its diamond mine, 90 kilometres west of the community.
A Yukon coroner's inquest is hearing there's more work to do to educate Yukoners about oil-burning furnaces and boilers.
A new report from Canada's environmental watchdog says the department of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development doesn't know if mining companies in the North are setting aside enough money to clean up projects.