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It's officially campaign season in Nunavut, as the writ drops today to kick off the road to the territorial election on October 30.
Kaapittiaq, a new venture run by the Kitikmeot Heritage Society in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, is roasting and packaging coffee beans picked by Peruvian farmers in a unique partnership.
Transport Canada is ignorant of the needs of northern airports and new regulations will impose economic hardship on some communities, says an advocacy group.
Dennis Zettler, 66, was sentenced Sept. 14 to two years less a day, for stealing $150,000 from the Hamlet of Baker Lake while he was senior administrative officer.
Fall has officially arrived, and a super-sized edition of your best photos from across the North showcases the colours of the seasons: sunsets, rainbows, beautiful lakes, and frozen-over ice.
David Lister is the only Yukoner, and northerner, to be selected for Team Canada to compete at the WorldSkills Competition in October.
A Whitehorse school celebrated its silver anniversary this week, as Elijah Smith Elementary opened its 25th year with its annual start-of-school feast.
A retirement project that’s growing roots — this Whitehorse man wants to help gardeners in the North beat frosty conditions.
The recent Dene Migration Symposium in Tsuut’ina Nation, a Dene community near Calgary, highlighted some of the current understanding of Dene history in the N.W.T., including theories on how people may have first come to the Mackenzie Valley.
Whitehorse residents are expressing their concern after a recent shooting police are treating as a homicide — the fifth in the city so far this year.
'Raising children is not easy,' says Nicole Beaudry, 'but when you raise a child who has challenges, it’s very difficult and isolating.'
Nunavut is seeing its grocery options diversify, as at least three new fresh food delivery services cropped up in the territory over the summer.
Elementary and secondary school students in Inuvik, N.W.T. took in a unique experience as part of the community's on-the-land programming: bagging a moose, learning how to butcher it, and, ultimately, sharing the meat with their classmates.
The Shakat Journal re-launched this week in Whitehorse, 26 years after its original version stopped publication. The new Shakat is put together by young people, for young people.
Scientists say if they can't get more funding, they will have to pull the plug on Canada's northernmost research station in May of 2018.
Its budget was cut in 2012, but Katimavik is back with a pilot project that sees youth from the Tlicho region of the Northwest Territories and Eeyou Istchee, Que., engaging with other communities and volunteering for organizations.
The Alaska Marine Highway lost its allocated $30 million for the year due to an unforeseen error in the state's supplemental budget, the Juneau Empire reported.
Shelley Cuthbert told Yukon Territorial Court the noise at her Tagish kennel is far from constant, and is often provoked by the neighbours themselves. 'If there's stranger danger near the property, they let me know.'