Bell Mobility says the company plans to appeal a Northwest Territories Supreme Court ruling that says the company is liable for charging 911 fees to customers that aren't receiving the service.
RCMP across the north are using the Victoria Day long weekend as a time to remind people about road safety. It's part of a plan to make Canada's roads the safest in the world by 2015.
A recreation consultant says Whitehorse's Mount Sima ski hill could be sustainable if operation costs are reduced, but the facility will still need funding from government.
David Kunuk, 41, has been charged with careless use of a firearm, improper use of a firearm and resisting arrest.
Elijah Harper, a former Manitoba MLA and MP who was a key player in defeating the Meech Lake accord, has died at age 64.
A worker missing from Agnico-Eagle's Meliadine camp near Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, was found alive late Thursday night, after weathering a potentially record-breaking blizzard.
Canada's northernmost research lab won't have to shut down after all and will be able to resume year-round operations, with the help of a new grant from the federal government.
The Sahtu Land and Water Board has decided not to send a controversial drilling exploration project near Norman Wells, N.W.T., to an environmental assessment.
An eaglet has hatched in the Millennium Trail bald eagle nest in Whitehorse.
New results from a caribou survey on south Baffin Island confirm what many have been saying: the animals have largely disappeared from the region.
The accumulated snowfall during Rankin Inlet's May 14-16 blizzard may have broken records for the area.
Nunavut MLAs voted in favour Thursday of a motion calling on the auditor general of Canada to audit the Nutrition North program.
The N.W.T.'s director for parks, Richard Zieba, has some advice for making the most of camping this summer.
A summit to save Mt. Sima got under way in Whitehorse Thursday. The cash-strapped ski hill's board of directors invited about 40 stakeholders, including government and city officials, to the closed-door meeting.
Amendments to Nunavut's Liquor Act passed on to the committee stage in the legislature Thursday. If passed, the territory could see restrictions on alcohol eased.
Four homes were evacuated when the Pelly River overflowed its banks Wednesday due to an ice jam.
Dozens Yellowknifers gathered Thursday at City Hall to have their say on the proposed new dog bylaw, which could make it mandatory for owners to carry bags to pick up after their pets.
Getting your garden started for the summer? Join us Friday at noon MT to chat gardening tips and tricks with CBC Calgary's gardening columnist Lyndon Penner.
The search for a worker who went missing from a mining camp near Rankin Inlet resumed Thursday morning despite blizzard conditions in the region.
A Nunavut judge has struck down a publication ban on the name of an Iqaluit teacher charged with sexual offences against minors.