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Sheep hunters stranded near Atlin rescued after cold night in mountain cave
Chad Girardin and his nephew Matthew Westley got themselves a Dall sheep, but had trouble getting themselves off the mountain.
Training for disaster: Canadian military practises air crash response in Yellowknife
The Canadian Armed Forces was in Yellowknife on Tuesday to practise how it would respond in the event of a major air disaster in Canada.
'We'll survive': Residents of Lower Post, B.C. clean up after wildfires
'I think people are just kind of getting used to it, settling down and accepting the fact that we're damaged — but we'll survive,' said resident Dennis Porter.
K'atl'odeeche First Nation rejects plan to manage $28.3M 'cows and plows' agreement
Chief Roy Fabian says after these results he won't be running in the next election: 'I worked hard on this thing and for me it's about future generations.'
Whitehorse Days Inn fined as a result of fire code violations
A hotel guest filled a complaint that emergency lighting fixtures did not work during a power outage this summer.
Tanya Tagaq among 12 authors longlisted for 2018 Scotiabank Giller Prize
Todd Russell condemns 'hate speech' as tensions spill over at Muskrat Falls inquiry
Salmon management plan proposes cuts to Alaska chinook fisheries
Bail hearing pushed back for Yukon man accused of mailing bomb to brother in B.C.
Here are the candidates for the 2018 N.W.T. municipal elections
Volunteers start giving formal tours of Hay River memory wall