Four sealers were airlifted Wednesday night from the Double N that got stuck in ice off Newfoundland's northeast coast.
The City of Iqaluit held a ground-breaking ceremony for its new pool Wednesday afternoon, followed by the drilling of the first pile for its foundation.
A resource management officer with Parks Canada recently shared with CBC Radio's Trail's End a glimpse into the caves of Wood Buffalo National Park.
It's been almost a month since a well-known homeless man went missing in Iqaluit and there's still no idea where he is or what happened to him.
Elementary school students from four Whitehorse schools took part in the territory’s first ever Robotics Challenge yesterday.
N.W.T.'s Mackenzie Valley Winter Road will close for the season at midnight Wednesday as the road is rapidly deteriorating due to warmer weather.
Debra Richards is still in training to become a firefighter, but that didn’t stop the 14 members of the Enterprise Fire Department from nominating her as chief last week.
Reports show that about 100,000 litres of oil spill every year in Nunavut, with the highest number of spills in Iqaluit.
The Northwest Territories Métis Nation will now sit at the negotiation table for a proposed national park on the east arm of Great Slave Lake.
Canada will boycott an upcoming meeting of the Arctic Council in Moscow because of the Russian occupation of the Crimean Peninsula.