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Firefighters worked feverishly for several days and nights last month to get the fire under control. The deputy fire chief guessed that it took 500,000 gallons of water to put out the fire.
Two families in Iqaluit are now living in tents after a fire tore through their shack this past weekend.
A black bear that was seen rummaging through people’s garbage cans and creeping up to their homes last week in Wekweeti, N.W.T., had to be put down on Friday.
A couple of people in the North hit the jackpot, after they bought winning tickets for Friday's Lotto Max 'MaxMillions' draw — but both million-dollar prizes have yet to be claimed.
Ten positions at the park were created by a new partnership between the Sitka Tribe of Alaska and the National Park Service, the first of its kind in the U.S.
Monica Ell-Kanayuk will serve as president of the organization from 2018 to 2022, the organization announced on July 15.
The whale was towed to a small island just off shore near the Tundra Valley neighbourhood in Iqaluit where a group of nine Inuit harvested it. Meat and muktuk from the whale were then distributed in the community.
In October 2017 the building’s owner was fined $10,000 and ordered to fix the longstanding problem of deteriorating balconies. While many building code violations have been addressed, the balconies are still an issue.
RCMP say two people have died as the result of an all-terrain vehicle collision near the fuel tank farm in Resolute Bay, Nunavut, on July 11.
Louisa Black is trying to track down her nephews in time for their grandfather's funeral on Tuesday. The boys were apprehended from their mother a decade ago, and the family has not been able to communicate with them.
The Northwest Territories government is hoping to salvage the damaged Northern Frontier Visitors Centre building in Yellowknife and is looking into whether anyone is interested in using the space.
Worshippers brought their animals to Whitehorse United Church on Sunday to be blessed. The animals were also thanked for their companionship.
Workers at the Ekati diamond mine are voting this week on a tentative deal that would offer them cost-of-living wage increases for the next three years, extra leave and a bit more job security than they've had for the last few months.
The windows and exterior walls of Yellowknife’s Sushi Café have been shattered, and its owner left shocked, after a truck apparently smashed into the business early Sunday morning, forcing it to close for the time being.
Some young players were even flown down from Old Crow, to get some new gear and play for the first time.
Rainy days have led to slow summer starts in many parts of the North, but they've also produced some incredible rainbows — the stars of this gallery of your best reader photos from across the Northwest Territories, Yukon, Nunavut, and Nunavik.
An exhaustive federal study of Canada's largest national park concludes almost every aspect of its environment is deteriorating.
The territorial government has released its plan for the federally-mandated carbon tax. Here are seven things to know about it.
On Sunday, people across Nunavut and even as far as England will walk for a young boy from Pangnirtung who is struggling to get a wheelchair.