Moose and caribou and other animals are having difficulty navigating ice, and a sparse snowpack means reduced insulation for smaller animals.
The landfill in Nunavut's biggest community is packed past its capacity, and materials are leaking, producing alarming results for water-quality tests.
Two quick-thinking passersby on Newfoundlands northeast coast managed to save the life of a beached Greenland shark that had bitten off a piece of moose too large to swallow.
The incident happened at a fly-in mineral exploration camp near Wolf Lake about 60 kilometres north of Swift River in Canadas northwestern Yukon Territory, and left the worker with two large claw wounds.
Architects working on the $142 million project, one of the largest ever built in the Canadian Arctic province of Nunavut, said they considered Inuit culture and philosophy in almost every aspect.
The Canadian Wildlife Service estimates the population of Ross geese has now reached 3 million. The service is now concerned about the impact foraging geese have on the tundra.
Some Nunavut hunters have been selling caribou via Facebook, and shipping it to other communities in Canada. Consequently, the subsistence harvest has doubled.
The Department of Homeland Security had wanted the Congress to authorize a fee for everyone entering the U.S. at land crossings bordering Canada -- including five in Alaska.
Inuit art sales have been slow to rebound following the Great Recession, prompting some wholesale buyers to offer help to artists in Nunavut, Canada, in order to adapt to a changing marketplace.
A European Union court dismissed a Canadian application Thursday to overturn a ban on seal products, which has devastated much of the consumer demand for clothes and other products.
The General Court of the European Union will decide on Thursday whether it will strike down Europes ban on the trade of seal products after a legal challenge was brought on by Inuit groups, sealers associations, and the Fur Institute of Canada.
Why move oil and gas via the Keystone XL pipeline to the Gulf of Mexico? Canada is considering a pipeline up to the Arctic, via the McKenzie River Valley, where it would be shipped from a deepwater port to European and Asian markets.
On Monday, the price of gold had its biggest one-day drop in 30 years. Its gone up a bit, but still hovers just under $1,400 US an ounce.
The Yukon Electrical Co. will be first in this northwestern Canadian territory to experiment with liquefied natural gas.
The federal government of Canada maintains there has been no increase to the costs of cleaning up the Giant Mine site in Yellowknife.