The ALS ice bucket challenge has hit the North. In the Arctic, it's a much colder experience.
While residents are happy he’s coming, some are wondering where the substance is. 'We’re not actually sitting down and having a discussion on any issues,’ said Jeannie Ehaloak, mayor of Cambridge Bay, Nunavut.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has dismissed renewed calls for a national inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women after the killing of 15-year-old Tina Fontaine in Winnipeg.
Safety experts say the deadly Lac-Mégantic train crash raises questions not only about government oversight of the rail industry, but of other sectors like air, marine and food.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced a new research program that will develop and commercialize cold-climate technology during the kick-off of his ninth annual northern tour in Whitehorse, Yukon.
An independent auditor presented a clean audit to the Gwich’in Tribal Council general assembly in Inuvik, but delegates still have questions about financial mismanagement.
Beluga whales are proving to be charming participants in the latest webcam project of explore.org as it livestreams the animals where the Churchill River meets Hudson Bay in northern Manitoba.
Part of Cape Dorset was cordoned off this morning while RCMP dealt with an armed man. The man has surrended to police and RCMP say charges are pending.
Part of Cape Dorset is cordoned off while RCMP deal with an armed man in a residence.
The RCMP say they'll have more details within the hour on a situation in Cape Dorset that's caused schools and day cares to remain closed.