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Pitseolak Peter guilty of manslaughter in death of Kathy Michael

Pitseolak Peter was found guilty of manslaughter Friday morning in the death of his common-law spouse Kathy Michael in Iqaluit.

read more at CBC North - posted 25 Jul 2014

Flights cancelled because of high winds at Edmonton airport

Flights have been cancelled with more cancellations or diversions expected throughout the day.

read more at CBC North - posted 25 Jul 2014

David Joanasie, Nunavut MLA, avoids jail after driving drunk

A member of the Nunavut legislature who fled Charlottetown police after going the wrong way down a one-way street while driving drunk, has avoided jail time after pleading guilty.

read more at CBC North - posted 25 Jul 2014

Arctic oil spills likely to spread across borders: study

A major oil spill in Canada's western Arctic would likely spread quickly and foul oceans around Alaska, and possibly as far west as Russia.

read more at CBC North - posted 25 Jul 2014

19 injured after tourist train derails

Nineteen people were treated for minor injuries after a scenic excursion train partially derailed northeast of Skagway on Wednesday afternoon. 

read more at Yukon News - posted 25 Jul 2014

Prenatal health program is denied territorial funding

The Yukon Department of Health and Social Services says there isn't an extra $387,000 in the budget to help a program used by new moms across the territory.

read more at Yukon News - posted 25 Jul 2014

Cash-strapped NGOs turn to crowdfunding

While the Yukon government trumpets its fiscal responsibility, local organizations are turning to innovative fundraising methods to stay afloat.

read more at Yukon News - posted 25 Jul 2014

A decade of marriage equality in the Yukon

For their 10-year wedding anniversary on July 17, Stephen and Rob Dunbar-Edge wanted to do something significant and rather unconventional.

read more at Yukon News - posted 25 Jul 2014

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