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Your North: Best reader photos for the weeks of July 2, 9
Rainy days have led to slow summer starts in many parts of the North, but they've also produced some incredible rainbows — the stars of this gallery of your best reader photos from across the Northwest Territories, Yukon, Nunavut, and Nunavik.
Yellowknife's Sushi Cafe closes temporarily, after truck crashes into restaurant
The windows and exterior walls of Yellowknife’s Sushi Cafe have been shattered, and its owner left shocked, after a truck apparently smashed into the business early Sunday morning, forcing it to close for the time being.
Hockey camp brings Yukon kids from far and wide, to skate with pros
Some young players were even flown down from Old Crow, to get some new gear and play for the first time.
Almost every part of Canada's largest national park deteriorating: federal study
An exhaustive federal study of Canada's largest national park concludes almost every aspect of its environment is deteriorating.
Nunavut mom organizes walk for 4-year-old son who needs wheelchair
On Sunday, people across Nunavut and even as far as England will walk for a young boy from Pangnirtung who is struggling to get a wheelchair.
7 things to know about the N.W.T.'s new carbon tax
Whitehorse artists get inspired at Miles Canyon
Travellers' gear stolen in Whitehorse, midway through their epic adventure
Trying to sleep in the North is 'pretty impossible,' but doctor gives tips
Downward dog, meet chopping wood: Behchoko gets elders moving with 'Tlicho yoga'
Europe's Best brand Field Berry Mixes recalled for possible salmonella contamination
How the community of Ulukhaktok celebrated Western Arctic Oceans Day
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