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Jobie Epoo is struggling to understand how his daughter Bethany's killer, who was just shy of his 18th birthday at the time of her death, could be treated so leniently by the courts. The man, who can't be named, will serve six years in detention as a young offender.
While pushing for new life in vacant and unused spaces, and trying to improve the social issues, Rob Warburton says to remember to celebrate the successes downtown.
Jovan Simic and Victoria Perron recently finished a 500-kilometre, 27-day dog sled trek across the Arctic tundra. But they say the hardest part was coming back home to their day-to-day lives in Iqaluit.
The planet now finds itself in grave danger. We're way beyond holding a day once a year to raise awareness on the issue.
Kablusiak tackles cultural displacement and challenge ideas of contemporary indigeneity with humour.
'It means a lot to me,' said Hammond Dick, one of dozens of elders in Watson Lake, Yukon, who are receiving weekly deliveries of meals prepared in the local hospital kitchen.
Sara Minogue reviews Hugh Brody's book The People's Land, from 1975, comparing it to a more modern publication — a recent Facebook post that went viral, titled 'Dear white people.'
The next time Megan Pizzo-Lyall’s snow machine breaks down while out on the land, she’ll know how to get her machine back up and running again thanks to a small engine repair course in Rankin Inlet.
Crystal Lennie now has a diploma and a bachelor's degree, and wants to be a deputy health minister. She calls education a 'lifelong journey.'
A corporation aims to help young residents of Lutselk'e, N.W.T., develop skills and better their own community through what’s called the Dene DreamMaker Innovation Centre. It opened in February.
Elle Joyce Sagadraca's dedication to bodybuilding led to a gold and silver medal win at a regional bikini competition in Ontario.
Cullen Crozier wrote a short story in his grandfather's voice called The Duck Caller. It recently won Up Here magazine's Sally Manning Award for Indigenous creative non-fiction.
The Toronto Blue Jays are installing a new state-of-the art baseball diamond in Pond Inlet, Nunavut, complete with artificial turf, a new backstop and bleachers.
Money was announced on Thursday for 16 projects, including a boutique-style hotel in downtown Whitehorse, a feasibility study for solar power in Beaver Creek, and a project to increase tourists' access to local food.
RCMP in Whitehorse say they seized approximately 40 grams of crack cocaine, after finding a man passed out in a vehicle on Thursday.