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A new deal between the teachers' union and the territorial government also includes pay raises and a commitment to prioritize hiring Yukon First Nations teachers.
The truck failed to stop as the school bus waited to pick up a child just south of Whitehorse, RCMP say. The truck clipped the bus, causing minor damage.
The Yukon Supreme Court ruled that the federal government has failed to negotiate an adequate funding agreement with the First Nation.
Fentanyl has made it to Nunavut, but officials say unlike the rest of Canada, it’s nowhere near a crisis.
Later this month, the government will formally apologize for the forced removal of Ahiarmiut from their traditional homes. Carolyn Bennett, the federal minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations is travelling to Arviat, Nunavut, Jan. 22 to deliver the apology in person.
The Yukon Arctic Ultra is seeing plenty of interest this year, despite two athletes losing limbs from it last year.
Just before midnight on Jan. 7, Hay River RCMP received a call from someone who identified themselves as Shawn Lafferty, 20, and said that they were lost. That was a false report, police now say.
'It wouldn’t be very hard to constantly be writing tickets, for failing to yield, driving too fast for the road conditions, and this sort of thing,' said Yukon RCMP Insp. Keith MacKinnon.
Last Thursday, it was –19 C in Edmonton and –26 in Inuvik, N.W.T. Either way, it was cold and CBC Radio's Dodie Malegana was using that fact for lesson in how to speak Inuvialuktun, the endangered languages of Canada's North.
Scientists say the world's permafrost is getting warmer, with temperatures increasing by an average of 0.3 C over a decade.
A judge denied a peace bond application on Monday to a well-known doctor from Hay River who was born and raised in the community, but has since moved south.
The legal team representing four Innu men is arguing they had an aboriginal right to hunt the animals.
The 6-year-old facility has been a persistent and expensive headache for the government. 'We now project that by 2026, that the plant will no longer be viable,' says minister John Streicker.
A Yellowknife woman is using a series of portraits to show solidarity with members of the Wet'suwet'en First Nation opposing a pipeline on their traditional territory and water protectors across the country through her new photo project, 'Water is Life.'
Dene and Métis in Norman Wells, N.W.T., are one step closer to reaching a final agreement for self-governance after signing today's agreement in principle.
The government of Nunavut is trying to drum up competition in the territory’s airline market as it looks for new bidders for its medical and work travel business.
Stories focused on the theme of Indigenous Futurisms by Indigenous authors and artists will make up the third instalment of the award-winning comic collection series, Moonshot.
Investigators hired by the N.W.T.'s health department are looking into how hundreds of health records wound up in the dump in Fort Simpson, N.W.T.