Some MLAs say they're concerned about the territorial, federal and municipal elections all happening in October 2015 so they're proposing to delay the territory's election until 2016.
Parents in the community have told school boards they don't like proposal to re-assign students between French and English schools.
MLA was absent today and had been disciplined for earlier absences.
Alexander Sammurtok sworn in hours before start of new legislative session.
Some members of the cross country ski club in Whitehorse want new rule for dogs on trail reversed.
A proposed housing development on the Carcross sand dunes has been given the OK by the Yukon Environmental and Socio-economic Assessment Board.
Cathy Towtongie has praised an Iqaluit city councillor for speaking out against raising the rainbow flag at city hall during the Sochi Olympics.
Two Maritime provinces no longer have a reserved spot at the Tim Hortons Brier and will have to play their way into the Canadian men's curling championship next year.
After a week of vigorous debate, one novel has triumphed in CBC's annual Canada Reads literary battle.
The hamlet of Baker Lake has taken over managing the community's radio station after complaints of inappropriate comments.
Nunavut's fourth legislative assembly resumes its first session Thursday afternoon in Iqaluit and is expected to introduce the capital budget.
The Taku River Tlingit First Nation in Atlin, B.C., says the federal government has not protected its claims in Yukon.
Cathy Towtongie has praised an Iqaluit city councillor for opposing raising the rainbow flag at city hall during the Sochi Olympics.
The homeless day shelter is closing at the end of the month while the organization that funds it looks into setting up a new facility for the fall.
Scientists working for the Canadian defence department are using volunteers at the military station at Alert, Nunavut, to learn about Seasonal Affective Disorder.
Police say foul play not suspected in death of Mark "Mike" Kochon.
Police say the 13-year-old boy was sprayed with an aerosol.
Dog mushers in Yukon and Alaska say uncertainty about the future of the Yukon Quest sled dog race will continue until organizers learn some lessons from the much bigger Iditarod.
Reservists from Canada and the U.S. are facing some tough conditions near Iqaluit while taking part in a nine-day Arctic survival exercise with the Canadian Rangers.
Two hunters missing from Fort McPherson, N.W.T., have been found in good condition in a cabin on the Yukon side of the border.
Tulita RCMP say the last three large seizures on the road from Norman Wells comprised a total of 156 bottles of vodka and 152 containers of beer.
Yukon's Contagious Mountain Bike Club has won $10,000 from Mountain Equipment Co-op to give to the Carcross Tagish First Nation for biking trails.
The slaying of Loretta Saunders, 26, an Inuk student who was working on a thesis about missing and murdered indigenous women, has added to the urgency for an inquiry, the Nova Scotia Native Women’s Association says.
The Yukon government continues its efforts to warn Yukoners about the dangers of carbon monoxide with a new website.
Clyde River is again voicing its opposition to offshore oil exploration activity near the community's hunting grounds.
The female pilot of a Calgary to Victoria WestJet flight is venting steam on Facebook over a sexist note one of her male passengers left her on an airline napkin.
Assistant auditor general Ronnie Campbell calls the shortcomings found in N.W.T. Child and Family Services "troubling."
Wilfrid Buggins pleaded guilty to manslaughter for shooting his brother three years ago.
Prospector Shawn Ryan is at one of the world's biggest mining conferences explaining new techniques he believes could change the mineral exploration industry.