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CBC News Posted: Jan 29, 2014 9:08 AM CT Last Updated: Jan 29, 2014 9:08 AM CT
- Yukon pharmacists' request for expanded powers gets positive response from 3 parties
- Yukon Party touts record, promises jobs in 'True North' platform
- RIDING PROFILE | Watson Lake — Ernie Jamieson, Victor Kisoun, Erin Labonte, Patti McLeod
- Parties diverge on how to tackle drunk drivers with blood alcohol below .08
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Ship was lost in 1845 in a Nunavut bay
Parks Canada underwater archeologists explore the wreck off the coast of Nunavut
First Nations teens in the Yukon have taken traditional hunting paths and turned them into acclaimed mountain bike trails.
A Ryerson University student has built an greenhouse on the Arctic Circle that allows people in the far North to grow fresh produce.
Top News Headlines
- Walloons now say yes, as Canada-Europe trade deal hangs on key final votes
- Cellphone use skyrockets. Bills jump. Time to be freed from data caps?
- 'We're here to preserve life': Come aboard a ship that saves asylum seekers in the Mediterranean
- 'The tactic has paid off:' Freeland's dramatic walk out may have saved CETA
- 'A beautiful thing:' 3 babies born within 24 hours to the same Resolute family
- Nunavut adopts Finland's baby box program to reduce infant mortality
- Yukon NDP slip-up promises 'something something'
- Say goodbye to Baffin Correctional Centre: Nunavut aims to replace overcrowded jail by 2021
- Nunavut student allegedly punished for speaking Inuktitut, says MLA