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Complex preparations are underway to salvage the Maud shipwreck near Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, in the summer of 2013.
The Canadian Human Rights Commission has received more than 300 complaints from aboriginal people and First Nations groups following a change in federal legislation in 2008.
Parents in the northern Labrador community of Natuashish say about 20 children — some as young as eight years old — are sniffing gas again to get high.
Yukon teen Simone Kitchen-Kuiack, 17, will try to drive across the country on just five tanks of gas. It's part of a country-wide competition sponsored by Shell Canada.
A small fire started Saturday near Onion Lake, about 15 kilometres outside the community.
Washouts closed the Alaska Highway last week, causing Yukon supermarket shelves to empty of milk, eggs and produce.
A man in Tulita, N.W.T., says he saw a cabin float by, along with logs and trees swept downstream by flooding in the southern N.W.T. and Yukon.
A Canadian Forces search and rescue technician who died on a mission to save two Inuit hunters in 2011 will receive a posthumous award for his bravery this fall.