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An airplane and a helicopter were sent to the scene, and two search and rescue technicians parachuted to the crash site and assessed the injured person, who was then transported to hospital.
Masahito Yoshida has been walking around the world since 2009. He ended his 77,500- kilometre journey at Canada’s Arctic coast.
An all-female mine rescue team thinks it could be the first of its kind to participate in the International Mines Rescue Competition this year — if it can raise enough money to get there.
'The audience is four to eight-year-olds, but I have a sneaking suspicion that a lot of adults are going to be watching the series as well,' said the show's creative producer.
Whitehorse was announced this week as the host of next year's tournament. 'For it to actually happen, it’s such a big accomplishment for us,' an organizer said.
From hockey player to sprinter, now Gavin Broadhead is trying out speed skating after winning a high-performance sport recruitment program in Alberta.
In the last 15 years, polar bear hunters in eastern Greenland have had to adapt their hunting practices because of climate change, according to a new survey published this week in the journal Frontiers in Maritime Science.
Jack Allakariallak has been on hunting trips since he was 2 weeks old. He started with small game like ptarmigan and arctic hare, but as he got older he set his sights on harvesting a polar bear.
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The union representing unionized workers at Dominion Diamond’s Ekati mine says the company has not backed up its claims of 'unsustainable' absenteeism among its workers and is accusing it of 'union-busting.'
'I am very, very scared. My biggest fear is that they're gonna call me and she's wound up OD'ing somewhere,' the girl's mother says, after her daughter hopped on a bus to Alberta.
After the federal government announced that every N.W.T. community now has 4G cell service and high speed internet, many residents say they still can't use certain technology like Android boxes or Netflix.
A dozen youth in a remote community in Nunavut attempted suicide this past February. The next month calls to RCMP doubled. Now, officials are descending on Pangnirtung next week after receiving a desperate plea for help.
Northern sea otters, once hunted to the brink of extinction along Alaska's Panhandle, have made a spectacular comeback by gobbling some of the state's finest seafood.
RCMP responded to a call from Stanton Territorial Hospital in Yellowknife, after the woman was taken there from a residence.