One man has been sentenced and another is scheduled to enter a plea today on charges related to an illegal weapons manufacturing shop in Whitehorse that police allege was providing arms to drug dealers in British Columbia and the mainland U.S.
A second engineering report on the Ross River Bridge has confirmed the structure is a public safety hazard and recommends the bridge be demolished and replaced as soon as possible.
A funeral service was held Tuesday in Whitehorse for Father Jean-Marie Mouchet, creator of the Territorial Experimental Ski Training program and Yukon's last Oblate priest.
Right now, nobody in Nunavut is prescribed medical marijuana, but doctors are able to prescribe it.
Kimmirut's alcohol education committee is asking for a complete ban on booze in the community between Dec. 20 and Jan. 4.
Several hamlet elections were held across Nunavut on Monday. Many communities were voting to fill councillor seats, but there were also a number of mayoral elections. Here are the results.
Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Kathy Dunderdale has announced that all the financing for the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric megaproject is now in place.
Kalvik Enterprises provided Christmas treats for 250 children this year in a tradition that started 10 years ago when the owner's daughter was in kindergarten.
Whitehorse RCMP say one car crossed the median and slammed into an oncoming car on the Alaska Highway between Kopper King and Fish Lake Road Monday evening.
A new report prepared for Nunavut’s Anti-Poverty Secretariat highlights suggests a guaranteed minimum income could help prevent and reduce poverty in Nunavut.