Bizarre 890-Million-Year-Old Fossils May Be Earliest Known Animal Life
The stunning discovery could push the history of animal life back by hundreds of millions of years.
Unlimited Internet Has Arrived in Canada’s North, But It’s Too Expensive For Many
Unlimited internet packages cost a minimum of $160 a month and are only available in certain locations.
They Once Had to Pay $1,200 for Internet, So They’re Building Their Own
Ulukhaktok, Northwest Territories, is set to deploy a community network in the summer of 2020.
This Arctic Community Is Literally Falling Into the Ocean
Some residents of Tuktoyaktuk, on the northern tip of Northwest Territories, are facing relocation as they struggle with melting ground and a rising sea.
It's Hard to Get Drugs in Canada's North. It's Even Harder to Get Help
Communities in Canada's territories may be small, but they can have big-city problems with drugs and alcohol.
What It’s Like Being in a Sex Club in Canada’s North
Welcome to Yellowknife, where everyone knows your kink.
Man Arrested For Smuggling Cocaine In Timbits Box
This is a very Canadian story.
Wildfires are raging across western North America and climate change is contributing
8.1 million acres of forest has burned throughout the United States, as volatile weather makes the west increasingly ripe for wildfires. The fires nearly reached the Burning Man festival.
Here’s How the Provinces Are Preparing for Weed Legalization
Justin Trudeau is leaving a lot of the hard work of legal weed to the provinces. So we asked what they will do.
A Northern Politician Confessed, Then Pleaded Not Guilty, to a Drunk Driving Charge
Hay River Councillor Keith Dohey has officially been acquitted of a crime for which he pledged to take "full responsibility."
Why internet is expensive in Canada's north
An unresolved dispute between two telecom providers is putting consumers at a disadvantage
How a Convicted Abuser Got Re-elected and Defended a NWT Anti-Violence Program
'A New Day' counselling, which focuses on healing intergenerational trauma in men, could see all of its funding cut December 31. Twice-convicted of assault, Deh Cho MLA and residential school survivor Michael Nadli knows the program first-hand.