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Ex-Hay River swim coach facing new sexual assault, sexual touching charges
Michael St. John, a former Hay River, N.W.T., swim coach and school trustee, is facing new charges of sexual assault and sexual touching dating back to 2010.
Jury deliberations set to begin for elderly woman, daughter accused of trafficking drugs
A 12-person jury is scheduled to begin deliberation Friday in the trial of two elderly woman accused of trafficking large amounts of drugs in 2016.
RCMP investigating Whitehorse man's death as homicide
Yukon RCMP are investigating the death of a 39-year-old Whitehorse man as a homicide, following an autopsy on his body last week.
RCMP suspend search for missing man near Norman Wells
RCMP in Norman Wells, N.W.T., say they have suspended their search for a missing 20-year-old man who hasn’t been seen in more than a week.
17-year-old arrested in relation to fire that destroyed Kuujjuaq office building
Police in Quebec arrested a teenage girl in Kuujjuaq in connection with a fire earlier this week that caused $2 million in damage to an office building.
'Our town is poised for growth and development': Hay River mayor-elect outlines priorities
Fort Liard First Nation says petroleum company not paying up for resource projects
'I feel like they used me': 79-year-old woman testifies in N.W.T. drug trafficking trial
RCMP investigation into Amber Tuccaro's disappearance 'deficient,' report says
Saputi fishing vessel now fully Inuit-owned
Yukonstruct opens new building and it's already near capacity
Meet 2 city councillors vying to be the next mayor of Yellowknife
Maligned mine remediation project east of Yellowknife ahead of schedule, say federal officials
Norwegian blogger posts picture online, gets fined for illegal hunting in Yukon
Hikers and hunters a risky mix at Fish Lake, says Kwanlin Dun
No help available in Nunavik for children scarred by Nellie Angutiguluk's murder, court hears
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