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Despite spring closures, N.W.T. government stands behind Inuvik-Tuktoyaktuk Highway
The highway was closed to traffic May 5 and has yet to reopen due to slippery, swampy conditions. Before that, it had only been open between midnight and noon for two weeks in April.
CBC North Asks: Are you ready for legal marijuana?
With marijuana legalization just a few short months away, CBC North hosted a live phone-in discussion from Whitehorse aiming to answer some of your questions about what that means for you and your community.
Beyond 94 teacher's guide now available for classroom studies on truth and reconciliation
CBC has launched a new teaching guide to help educators talk to their students about residential schools and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's 94 calls to action.
Nunavut Spends: The case for cabinet and its $7K chauffeur bill at Ottawa conference
Nunavut sent its entire cabinet to the Northern Lights conference in February, which sparked questions about how much it cost to attend.
Red light! Iqaluit's first traffic lights cause social media stir
Aurora College gets $410K for Beaufort Sea coastal research
Yukon First Nations see potential opportunity in cannabis industry
Legal cannabis a growing industry in Skagway, Alaska
Speeding complaints prompt Yellowknife RCMP to amp up check stops in school zones
Legal pot in Yukon: What we know, and what we don't
Stung by pipeline dispute, Alberta refuses to sign statement at western premiers meeting
NDP launches campaign for national suicide prevention plan
Aurora College's president resigns as foundational review looms
Montreal students learn about Cree culture on eye-opening trip
Nunavut Spends: Gov't says it secured money for high-speed internet at 'sidebar meetings' in Ottawa
Human remains found in Whitehorse
Fewer people staying in RCMP cells thanks to outreach services, say Yellowknife police
Witnesses raise questions about response in fatal Highway 5 crash
High-risk teen who fled Yukon group home is suicidal, mother says
Trump administration moves to lift restrictions on hunting, trapping in national preserves in Alaska
Researcher angry alcohol industry lobbied Yukon to 'squash' cancer warning study
Russia's 1st sea-borne nuclear power plant arrives in the Arctic
Boil water advisory lifted for 4 South Slave communities in the N.W.T.