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'I did it for the fish': Yukon man takes an icy swim to help pull old car out of river
Shane Edwards of Dawson City saw an old car about to be swept downstream in the rising Yukon River. He jumped into action, and ended up taking a frigid swim.
Children, youth account for 90% of COVID-19 cases in Yellowknife: CPHO
Ninety per cent of infections stemming from a recent outbreak of COVID-19 in Yellowknife are among children and youth, health officials announced at a news conference Friday.
Instagram apology for MMIWG posts that disappeared is inadequate, advocate says
Instagram issued an apology Thursday night after posts about missing and murdered Indigenous women disappeared on a day meant to raise awareness of the issue, but advocates say it doesn't go far enough to address the harm that was done.
Positive COVID-19 case among Iqaluit men's shelter clients prompts concern
The executive director of the Uquutaq Society, which runs Iqaluit’s 30-bed men’s shelter, said a client of the shelter has tested positive for COVID-19, and she's not sure what will happen next.
Vale Island residents ordered to evacuate as Hay River continues to break up
All residents of Vale Island in Hay River are ordered to evacuate immediately due to a high risk of flooding, according to an emergency alert sent Friday around 2 p.m. MT.
5 years later, ID of body found in Yukon's Lake Laberge still a mystery
RCMP officer formerly in Kimmirut charged with assault, theft and mischief
Yellowknife mom feels support, heartbreak after son diagnosed with COVID-19
Privacy breach possibly affects 100s of Yukon gov't workers: Department spokesperson
Climbing duo finds 'calmness and harmony' on Canada's 3rd-highest peak
Indigenous women's Instagram stories on MMIWG awareness vanish on Red Dress Day