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The Passion of Horse Jumping

Heidi Neufeld talks about horse jumping at the Yukon Horse & Rider Association’s season finale of the 2011 Whitehorse Horse Show.

Frozen in time

An audio slideshow of Yukon's historical site Fort Selkirk.

Stand Up Paddling

Ryan Burlingame wants to make stand up paddling the next biggest thing in the Yukon.

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      Mobile Motorcycle Museum

      Jorg Michel of Tagish, Yukon, takes his passion for old motorcycles on the road with his school bus converted into a motorcycle museum.

      Peel Watershed: Clash Over Paradise

      Environmentalists and First Nations are fighting government and mining over the preservation of the Yukon's Peel watershed area.

      Rockin’ the Klondike: Dawson City Music Festival

      A view of the Dawson City Music Festival through the eyes of musician Dan Mangan.

      The Death of the Alaska Highway Lodge

      Alaska Highway lodges have long been a haven for tired travelers, but their numbers are dwindling.

      The Little Railway that Could

      Whitehorse's Copperbelt Railway and Mining Museum digs into the history of mining in the area.

      Carving a Journey

      Yukon First Nation youth learn the traditional skills of canoe building on a secluded island on the Yukon River.

      Breaking It!

      Breakdancers show off their skills in bboy and bgirl battles in Whitehorse.

      Wind Travelers

      A pair of Yukon adventurers prepare for their kite-ski journey over the Greenland ice cap in 2009.

      Burning the Winter Blues

      Every year, Whitehorse observes the coming of spring by burning an effigy of old man winter in the Burning Away the Winter Blues celebration.

      The Golden Railway

      An audio slideshow of the historic White Pass & Yukon Route Railway.

      Yukon Quest

      Twenty-six mushers left Whitehorse on Feb. 2 in the 30th running of the 1,600 kilometre Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race.

      Roundabout Follies

      Watch our timelapse video of the traffic going through the Riverdale roundabout during the morning rush hour.

      Burning the Blues

      Yukoners celebrate the coming of spring in the annual Burning Away the Winter Blues celebration in Whitehorse.

      Wild Babies

      The Yukon Wildlife Preserve is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a batch of newborn inhabitants.

      Gay and Proud

      Revelers celebrate the gay pride parade in Whitehorse on Sunday as part of the 24 Hours of Gaylight celebrations.

      Orphaned bears

      These two black bear cubs, seen here at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve, were orphaned after their mother had to be shot in a Whitehorse neighbourhood. The cubs's new home is the Calgary Zoo. Footage is provided by the Yukon government's Department of Environment.

      Icy Challenge

      Yukon News Editor John Thompson takes the ALS ice bucket challenge.