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Yellowknife RCMP are asking the public for help in finding 41-year-old Tina Black.
The Yukon government reported on Monday that an unvaccinated Yukoner with COVID-19 has died, and that a student at Elijah Smith Elementary School has tested positive for COVID-19.
The territory’s sole federal representative spoke with CBC News about why she won’t be seeking another term and what she hopes for from the next person in her role.
People in Fort Smith, N.W.T., are debating whether their community’s schools need to be rebuilt in order to finally get rid of the pain from the residential school era.
Yukon emergency officials say water levels in Teslin Lake and the Yukon River at Carmacks are rising and expected to continue rising over the coming days.
The cost of lumber is soaring, and it’s hitting those Yukoners in the business of building.
Cree leadership laid out seven demands for action, including acknowledgement of genocide, intergenerational trauma and systemic racism, a provincial pedagogical review, more mental and land-based healing services, as well as the creation of an Indian Residential School Museum in Montreal and Quebec City.
A school outbreak declared on May 2 in Yellowknife has officially ended now that the last person to catch COVID-19 has made a full recovery.
Nunavut Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Michael Patterson said in a news release issued Monday afternoon that there are no additional cases of COVID-19 after contact tracing and testing results.
The biggest solar farm project in Yukon to date is making its way through the environmental assessment process, according to the CEO of the Carcross/Tagish Management Corporation.
The Northwest Territories government has announced some long-awaited financial assistance for those affected by flooding in the form of advances up to $10,000 for small business and residential property owners and up to $100,000 for community governments.
Whitehorse RCMP say “several people” were taken to hospital in serious condition on Saturday afternoon, following a collision at the intersection of the Alaska Highway and Robert Service Way.
Nunavut’s chief public health officer will give an update on COVID-19 in the territory on Monday morning. He’ll be joined by Nunavut Premier Joe Savikataaq and Health Minister Lorne Kusugak.
Yukon’s acting chief medical officer of health has declared a COVID-19 outbreak in Whitehorse with six new cases reported since Friday. There are now 18 active cases in the territory
Any graduation-related event is considered a possible exposure site, Yukon’s acting chief medical officer of health told the CBC on Monday. An update at 10 a.m. PT will be carried live here and on Facebook.
A non-emergency telephone service needs more funding to continue picking up Yukoners’ calls. The new service’s initial funding was part of an emergency pandemic response, but advocates say it’s proven valuable and should be made permanent.
Regular MLA’s supported and passed a motion calling for a food security strategy during the last sitting of the legislative assembly.
Iqaluit’s Aqsarniit Middle School will partially open Monday after two students tested positive for COVID-19. All other schools in Nunavut’s capital will remain open, along with child care facilities.
Here are some of the best photos you sent us from around the North this week.
For the first time in nearly two years, a cruise ship arrived in Skagway, Alaska on Friday.
Parents, students and staff who have been identified through tracing are being contacted, according to a statement posted to the government of Nunavut’s Facebook page.
A number of areas in central Yukon are under a moderate to extreme fire danger rating heading into the weekend due to hot, dry conditions during the week and anticipated thunderstorms over the weekend that may result in lightning strikes.
Voting for the MLA to replace former Monfwi MLA Jackson Lafferty will be on July 27, if necessary.
Fully-vaccinated travellers arriving in Nunavut can skip quarantine starting June 14. The measure applies to people who received their final dose at least two weeks prior to travel.
In 1950s Cape Dorset, a northern service officer and Inuit artist came together to create a wild experiment in locally-designed housing.
The prom ceremony at the Whitehorse high school was scheduled to take place on June 12. However, officials announced it was cancelled on June 11 after one of two new COVID-19 cases was confirmed to be a student.
This week will complete the delivery of the vaccines to the territories, according to Howard Njoo, Canada’s deputy chief public health officer.
A minor who had been reported missing earlier week has been found safe, Yellowknife RCMP said in a news release Saturday.
RCMP says Hayden Shae was last seen in downtown Yellowknife at about 5 p.m. on Thursday.
The turbidity of water coming from the water treatment plant has since “dropped to acceptable levels,” said a statement from the Office of the Chief Public Health Officer.
Nunavut’s Unlawful Property Forfeiture Act has come into force. It’s meant to deter profit-driven crime by taking away money or property obtained or used for crime.
Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Brendan Hanley confirmed Friday that nine of Yukon’s 13 COVID-19 cases were based in Whitehorse. A tenth case in a rural community was also originally transmitted in the capital.
After 45 years, Dene Nation will be releasing a new constitution. It’s expected to tackle outstanding concerns facing Dene peoples and map out the future of Dene Nation.