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Northerners need counsellors who understand the North, says family of missing woman during the first day of MMIWG hearings in Yellowknife.
'This was an innovative process to try to adapt to a changing climate ... we weren't successful,' said Yukon's highways minister.
City council unanimously passed a motion Monday calling for an independent investigator to look into complaints of misconduct against a city manager.
First Air, an Inuit-owned airline that serves Nunavut and the Northwest Territories, is looking to expand its operation out of the Ottawa International Airport.
The city's bylaw manager told council on Monday that four cabs were checked earlier this month and only one was compliant with the bylaw requiring video recording inside the vehicle.
As Indigenous Services Minister Jane Philpott laid out the goals of her new department on Tuesday, her briefing documents showed stark health challenges.
The inquiry on how Quebec treats Indigenous people will hold a public information meeting Tuesday evening in the James Bay community of Mistissini.
The court Monday declined to review a lower court conclusion that the National Marine Fisheries Service had acted properly in listing Arctic Ocean bearded seals as threatened because of projected sea ice loss.
Shelley Cuthbert is asking for a stay on a court order to effectively shut down her kennel operation near Tagish. The court injunction was granted last year after neighbours complained of noise and disturbance from the kennel.
As part of its goal to end long-term boil water advisories for First Nations reserves, the federal government has added nearly 250 more drinking water systems to its list of those eligible for public monies, meaning it will have to address many more advisories than it originally intended.
Bell Canada is alerting customers after hackers illegally accessed the information of fewer than 100,000 customers, the telecom giant told CBC News.
Coastal communities in B.C. and Alaska were evacuated to higher ground early this morning after tsunami warning sirens blared following a large earthquake off the coast of Alaska. But the warning was later cancelled without any reported tsunami damage. Why?
Northwest Territories Métis Nation membership drive underway with more than 3,000 already registered.
Public hearings for the inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls began Tuesday in Yellowknife.
'We pride ourselves on being a caring community here, yet there are women who are trading sex for a place to stay or for food,' said Charlotte Hrenchuk, coordinator for the 'Not Your Fantasy' project.
Some people flying direct from Alberta to Yellowknife have been sounding off about unexpected fuel stops. 'It is always legit,' says a Canadian North pilot.
The MMIWG inquiry is holding hearings in Yellowknife this week, and Louisa Lafferty will be testifying in private.
A tsunami warning for coastal British Columbia and parts of Alaska has ended after a powerful earthquake struck, about 250 kilometres southeast of Chiniak, Alaska, early today.