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TB still a killer in Nunavut, as health workers and politicians struggle to stop the outbreaks
From 2016 to 2017, the number of active cases of tuberculosis in the territory nearly doubled, with Nunavut's chief medical officer describing it as an epidemic.
Parents say speeders on Whitehorse's 12th Avenue endanger kids
Some Porter Creek residents are speaking up, saying there have been too many accidents over the years and it's time to fix the problem.
Women from N.W.T. are smashing records at the Arctic Winter Games
Two women from the Northwest Territories are smashing years-long records at the Arctic Winter games.
Stay up to date with CBC North's Arctic Winter Games live blog
The popular Dene hand games event highlights day three of competition at the Arctic Winter Games. Follow along with all the action in our live blog.
Rental office backlogs make renting in N.W.T. risky business, says landlord
Youth charged in Yellowknife after making school threats
Nunavut premier wants mandatory Inuktut fluency for government employees within 4 years
Dog, owner have close encounter with wolf on Yellowknife Bay
Man fights his own fire, says Yellowknife emergency services refused his call
Canada is dragging its feet in protecting Wood Buffalo National Park, critics say
Russian biathletes get a taste of Canadian kindness after locals lend rifles
N.W.T's 'bush university' upset about exclusion from long-term public funding
Niece drives 18 hours on winter road to share her aunt's story at MMIWG national inquiry
Creator of Sixties Scoop adoption program says it wasn't meant to place kids with white families
Aging out: First Nations youth navigates life on his own after growing up in foster care
U.S. judge says groups can sue to keep Arctic, Atlantic drill ban
RCMP investigating sudden death in Lutselk'e
Northern hydroponic experiment sprouting into booming business
Victim scoffs at no jail time for assailant in violent attack, calls it 'white justice'
Is upcoming 911 service being adequately funded in N.W.T.?