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The federal government will spend nearly $90 million to build and repair police stations in First Nation and Inuit communities.
Ray Decorby said he would not comment on what the next step is for cleaning up the burned down house in the city’s downtown.
An adventure contest and web reality series highlighting the James Bay region of Quebec has won an award of excellence from the provincial government.
Inuit testifying at Quebec's inquiry into how Indigenous people are treated by Quebec's public servants have told Commissioner Jacques Viens heart-wrenching stories of ignored pleas for help and delayed service. The commission is visiting Nunavik for the first time since hearings began nearly two years ago.
More than $5 million will be spent on upgrades to hotels and a cultural site in Nunavut's Kivalliq region.
'It gets really cold at night,' said Jeannie Kasarnak. 'I have to stay awake all night to make sure the kids are not cold.'
One of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's key promises on Indigenous rights — delivered on Valentine's Day — won't come to pass before the next federal election, CBC News has learned
Canada's territories are spending the most per capita on costs related to substance use, according to a report released Thursday.
Iqaluit's largest grocery store is preparing to open on Saturday after a fire last week that destroyed its warehouse.
The territorial and federal governments have committed $24.6 million in funding to upgrades to the Snare Forks hydroelectric facility.
Regardless of how much magnetic energy is being produced by the sun during solar maximum, northern communities will always get a solid display, says James Pugsley.
Asif Aslam built secret compartments in cars to move drugs around before being busted in "Operation Monolith" five years ago.
Government officials must do a better job of controlling the polar bear population along the west coast of Hudson Bay, according to residents left scared and angered by a pair of recent and deadly attacks.
Twenty-one Yukon government buildings have radon levels over Health Canada's guideline for public buildings, according to test results published on the Yukon government's health and safety website.
Rachel Grantham started a petition to have Rex Murphy uninvited from speaking at the Yukon Geoscience Forum in light of a column he wrote criticizing the credibility of Christine Blasey Ford.
Lucy Kumarluk says people from Nunavik’s 14 villages move south in the hope of a better life, but often find themselves homeless and vulnerable.
A former University of Alaska Anchorage runner who lost both of his feet to frostbite in 2011 ran his first marathon and became an American citizen last week.
A new all-season road in the N.W.T.'s Sahtu region seen as a benchmark in the eventual development of a Mackenzie Valley Highway is officially open, as federal and territorial officials cut the ribbon on a 14.5 km road from Norman Wells to Canyon Creek.