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Victor MacIntosh holds a photo of his sister, Sarah, who was killed last week in the McIntyre subdivision. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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Flowers are placed on the porch of the house where the bodies of Sarah MacIntosh and Wendy Carlick were found last week. Hundreds of people marched in the McIntyre subdivision April 26 in memory of the two women and Greg Dawson, who was found in Riverdale. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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The Fireweed Community Market in Whitehorse. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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Dan Sokolowski, producer of the Dawson City International Short Film Festival, has seen the event blossom over the past ten years. This year, nearly half of the entries were supplied by Yukon filmmakers. (Michael Gates/Yukon News)0

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A wind turbine on Haeckel Hill. (Tom Patrick/Yukon News)0

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People unload bags of donations during the Whitehorse Food Bank’s spring food drive. The food bank’s executive director, Tristan Newsome, estimates 3,000 bags were collected on day one of the drive, which finishes tonight. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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Commissioner Doug Phillips delivers the speech from the throne in the Yukon legislative assembly April 20. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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A memorial for Wendy Carlick reading "For Wendy who we loved" is seen at Shipyards Park April 24. Carlick and Sarah Macintosh were found dead April 19 at a home in the McIntyre neighbourhood. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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Green Fuzzy Unicorns goalie Alix Walchuk makes a save on April 23. (Tom Patrick/Yukon News)0

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Dancers with Krush Groove perform for the adjudicator at the 49th annual Rotary Music Festival April 20. The festival continues until April 29. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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Anton Beets stands in front a fire created by pouring gasoline in a dredge pond in this video still from the Gold Rush television show. Beets is being charged under the Yukon’s Waters Act. (Yukon territorial court exhibit)0

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Local artist Harreson Tanner is the vice president of the Yukon Artist Relief Society. (Mike Thomas/Yukon News)0

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A vehicle emerges from the Wolverine mine in October 2014. (Robert Gebauer photo)0

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The sun shines behind the totem pole at in the Carcross Commons area on Saturday. (Mike Thomas/Yukon News)0

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The Ogilvie River begins to break up in central Yukon April 13. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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The Ogilvie River begins to break up in central Yukon April 13. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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Yukon Alpine Ski Team's Charlie Hawes races at the Sima Cup in February. Hawes won two gold medals at the North Zone Finals at Smithers, B.C. on April 7. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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City council is reviewing a proposal for its current Northwestel phone contract renewal. (Mike Thomas/Yukon News)0

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Ravens play along the clay bluffs in the Whistle Bend area. (Robert Postma/Yukon News)1

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