Donations at The Salvation Army in Whitehorse are up this year, and that's largely thanks to its kettle campaign.
The Yellowknife Speed Skating Club is marking a milestone, celebrating its 35th year at the same time that one of its alumni is off to the Winter Olympics.
The Yukon government is putting the demolition of the suspension bridge at Ross River on hold to get a second opinion on the health of the historic structure.
The Fort Chipewyan Winter Road opens to light traffic on Saturday at 9 a.m.
The mayor of Whitehorse commuted to work by bus this past week following growing complaints about traffic in the city.
For more than 20 years, Santa has been delivering a toy by sealift to each boy and girl under 13 years old in Grise Fiord, Nunavut, with a little help from the hamlet and the community's co-op.
Aboriginal Canadians have shared in the struggles Nelson Mandela faced in his fight for racial equality, says the head of Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Shell Canada's Jackpine oilsands mine expansion plan has received the go-ahead from Ottawa, despite the environment minister's view that it's "likely to cause significant adverse environmental effects."
The B.C. Federation of Labour wants police to investigate the owner of a Tim Hortons in Fernie, B.C., after two former workers accused him of cheating them out of overtime pay.
N.W.T. RCMP say they executed search warrants on several "drug dens" in Yellowknife Friday morning.
A firefighter in the right place at the right time likely helped avert a major fire at the school in Haines Junction, Yukon, on Wednesday.
The removal of a downtown Whitehorse resident from an apartment for suspected drug activity is the fourth eviction under the Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods Act in the past six months.
December 6 marks a grim anniversary for Canada. Twenty-four years ago today, 14 women were gunned down at the Ecole Polytechnique in Montreal... simply because they were women.
Environment Minister Leona Aglukkaq is raising a ruckus in social media circles after posting a photo of a freshly killed polar bear on Twitter with the caption: "Enjoy!!"
Alexco Resources hopes to resume silver production at Keno Hill in early 2015 by developing a rich deposit in the area.
In the last seven years, Alaska has delivered its salmon quotas on the Yukon River only twice, but as talks with the Yukon River Panel wrapped up in Whitehorse, the Alaskans promised to do better.
The Transportation Safety Board is investigating after a Buffalo Airways C-46 airplane caught fire after it blew an engine while taxiing down the runway at the Yellowknife airport around 8 a.m.
Okanagan entrepreneurs are in Yukon this week to promote business relationships between the regions, now that Air North is running twice-weekly flights Kelowna and Whitehorse.
RCMP in Hay River have arrested three women on a number of drug-related charges after finding more than 200 grams of marijuana ready for sale and a significant amount of cash.
Northerners continue to remember the man who was an inspiration for standing up for equal rights. ‘To have compassion, that's extraordinary, and this man Mandela had this.’