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Amber Clillie says it took her days to get her two-month-old son to a doctor when he had a fever of 39.6 C.
Three Yukon communities are getting new or upgraded RCMP detachments: Carcross, Faro and Ross River.
A used German drone is one of a handful of aircraft under consideration by Transport Canada for its long-delayed Arctic surveillance program.
A beluga whale was spotted Tuesday in the Thames River, feeding near a number of barges. The whale, which normally resides in Arctic waters, was an extremely rare sight in Great Britain, with onlookers gathering to get a glimpse.
RCMP in Whati, N.W.T., have arrested three people after seizing dozens of bottles of liquor this week that were headed to the community.
Gjoa Haven, Nunavut, received its first ambulance in the hamlet's history, last month. Before they received the ambulance, emergency crews would sometimes transport patients on top of fire trucks, according to the mayor.
Pinnguaq Makerspace opened in Iqaluit on Monday, offering residents the chance to explore technology like computers, robots, and learn about coding.
Kwanlin Dun Chief Doris Bill said comments made by 2 city councillors 'shows their ignorance' about First Nation people and their history in Whitehorse.
The tone of debate in the House of Commons was lowered for the second time in two weeks Tuesday when an NDP MP from Quebec used the f-word during question period.
After nearly eight months of repairs, the National Energy Board announced Monday the pipeline had been approved to reopen. An Imperial Oil spokesperson said that the company is beginning work to re-start oil production in Norman Wells.
Cold weather has lead the Sahtu Search and Rescue Society to suspend its search for a missing 20-year-old man from Norman Wells, N.W.T.
Debate of Yellowknife city council’s new code of ethics revealed lingering tensions between some councillors and senior city staff. During final approval of it, some took exception to being required to respect the city as an institution, its by-laws, policies and procedures.'
While video rental stores have closed across Canada, Hay River's Right Stop Convenience is thriving.
Many Yukon schools don’t offer classes past Grade 9. If students want a classroom experience, they move into a Whitehorse dorm in Grade 10.
A Whitehorse man has started a donation drive for a family of 5 affected by a fire over the weekend in the Hillcrest neighbourhood.
Twelve Indigenous people from across Canada will receive Indspire Awards this year, which honour the education and achievement of First Nations, Métis and Inuit.
When a new Inuvik town council and mayor is elected on Oct. 15, a familiar face will be missing. Mayor Jim McDonald is taking a step back from political life after serving on council for 12 years, including one term as mayor.
In Episode 1 of Musicians of the Midnight Sun, Pat Braden speaks with Richard Lafferty, an iconic Métis musician from Fort Providence, N.T.
The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) has partnered with a local not-for-profit, Nuvujaq, to build an Iqaluit-based data hub.