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RCMP investigating sudden death of 14-year-old girl in Baker Lake, Nunavut
The Nunavut RCMP's major crimes unit and the Baker Lake detachment are assisting the chief coroner in investigating the cause of death.
Ed Horne victims discouraged, and dying, as lawsuit drags on
Victims of convicted pedophile Ed Horne are getting discouraged, are losing faith in the justice system, and two have even died, the court heard as their convoluted lawsuit resurfaced in an Iqaluit courtroom on Tuesday.
National carriers pursue Yukon pilots amid Canada-wide shortage
The Yukon airline industry says it's not immune to a nation-wide pilot shortage.
Lutselk'e residents ordered to boil water after 'possible delivery of unchlorinated water'
The N.W.T.'s chief environmental health officer says the boil water advisory is for 'precautionary reasons only.' There are no reported illnesses.
Yukon government to reimburse parents affected by daycare closure
'It can be frustrating': Problems linger at N.W.T. public guardian's office
Yellowknife River drinking water safest bet, in case of Giant Mine disaster: report
Goldcorp re-submits rejected application to build Yukon mine
Flight school in Nunavik trains Inuit to fly in the North
Feds announce $5.3M for skills training in Mackenzie Delta region