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Mettias Schmidt gets a tow from a snowmobile on Fish Lake March 23. Fourteen young athletes from the Chelsea Nordique club in Quebec are in the Yukon for an exchange program with Cross-Country Yukon sponsored through the Canada Sport Friendship Exchange Program. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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The Yukon justice department confirmed it is working on a pilot project that may see Gladue reports funded by the government. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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Whitehorse forward Derek Klassen, front, lines up with his teammates for the national anthem during a series in Whitehorse last month. The Huskies team is one of four playing for the Coy Cup next week in Whitehorse. (Tom Patrick/Yukon News)0

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Sammy Mather rides a rail during the Yukon Snowboard Championships at Mount Sima March 18. Mather took the top spot in the 15-16 category. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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The Yukon Human Rights Board of Adjudication awarded two Whitehorse sisters $2,500 each in damages after their former employer harrased them and called them derogatory names. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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Claude Vallier skis in the Haines Pass. Vallier recently released the English version of his guide for backcountry skiing in the pass. (Claude Vallier/Submitted Photo)0

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Vanier Crusaders All-Star Ian New won his fourth senior boys title with his team. (Tom Patrick/Yukon News)0

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Vanier Crusaders’ Hines Viernes drives to the rim during the senior boys final of the Yukon Basketball Championships at Porter Creek Secondary on March 16. The Crusaders captured the senior boys title for a sixth year in a row with an 89-70 win over the Porter Creek Rams. (Tom Patrick/Yukon News)0

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Old cars sit on the road besides Len McGinnis’s property in Porter Creek. McGinnis estimates he’s cleaned up tonnes of debris since 2008. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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Sticks and gloves litter the ice as Hvactech Systems celebrates their win in the Whitehorse Women’s Hockey League championship game. Chyanne Spenner scored the winning goal in the shootout after a back-and-forth game finished in a tie. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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The front door of a group home in Whitehorse. The News has learned that children as young as three are staying in the territory’s group homes. (Alastair Maitland/Yukon News)0

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Farmer Brian Lendrum stands with Sola, one of his goats. After 15 years in the business, Lendrum will no longer be selling goat milk or cheese. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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Tytus Hardy was recognized for 10 years as a Yukon carpenter. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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Mikayla Kramer lands a jump in her Spanish-themed performance at the Arctic Edge Skating Club’s 2017 Ice Show at Takhini Arena on March 11. (Tom Patrick/Yukon News)0

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The longtime organizer of the Whitehorse International Snow Sculpture Challenge, Donald Watt, has announced he is stepping down from the position. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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Yukon Ski Team's Caelan McLean leads Marcus Deuling into the final turn during the the Yukon Cross-Country Ski Championships in Whitehorse on March 11. McLean and Deuling tied for first, both winning the Gordon Taylor Award. (Tom Patrick/Yukon News)0

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Sophia Linklater Flather, left, Lorraine Netro, centre, and Dana Tizya-Tramm are travelling from Old Crow to Washington, D.C. to speak out on potential drilling in the Alaska National Wildlife Refuge. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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Firefighters were called out to a duplex fire at 1406 Fir Street in Porter Creek on Sunday afternoon. The building sustained significant damage. The cause is unknown. (Mike Thomas/Yukon News)0

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Casey Thomas, principal of the auditor general’s office, speaks during a briefing March 6. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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