The Northwest Territories is closer than it has ever been to realizing its long awaited devolution deal with the federal government.
The Yukon’s economy was built on natural resources dating all the way back to the 1898 Klondike gold rush.
The Northwest Territories might be the next big thing for big oil.
The Quikiqtani Inuit Association is the land claim organization that represents Inuit on Baffin island and they recently held their annual general meeting in Iqaluit this week.
It is one of the most ambitious and expensive mining projects in Canadian history.
If you live in the North, mining has long been the one bright spot for finding good paying jobs.
Meanwhile in the Yukon, the territorial government is giving the red light to a proposed mine in Tombstone territorial park.
While some First Nations in British Columbia fight to keep oil and gas companies away from their land, the Treaty 6 territory is welcoming a new energy alliance that would see industry work alongside their nations.
The Freedom Train recently arrived in Winnipeg.