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Athletics Yukon is holding a new half marathon on June 19
U Kon Echelon had another busy weekend of competition during its annual Tour de Skagway
The easing of capacity rules for restaurants on May 25 was welcomed but has caused some confusion to industry professionals
Starting June 4, Yukoners can receive a 25 per cent rebate on tourism packages valued at $250
The Race to the Midnight Sun will begin June 23 with about 50 teams racing from Whitehorse to Dawson.
Colin Dorward, Lorène Charmetant and the Larrikin Entertainment Ensemble are March’s Touring Artist Fund recipients
Tourism Week is nationally held to recognize the industy’s resilience during the pandemic
On June 1 Air North will allow passengers to book any seat on its flights, including middle seats
As senior students high school careers near the end, six athletes, so far, have committed to play varsity sports
The Dawson Regional Land Use Plan, oil and gas activity, and drugs and alcohol were identified as three priority issues for the three Northern First Nations Chiefs
The steamflow advisory for the Nordenskiold River around Carmacks has ended but water levels remain high.
Bears have woken up and Yukoners are reminded to be mindful of their presence, whether at home, camping or while enjoying the land.
The Whitehorse Disc Golf Association determined its early season rankings with a Tag Tourney.
U Kon Echelon cyclists dealt, with rain, snow, and strong winds during the Tour de Haines.
Yukon youth will benefit from the Youth Investment Fund
Vaccine clinics for youth 12-17 to be vaccinated with Pfizer have been scheduled to begin on May 31.
The Professional Disc Golf Assocation had a global women’s event last weekend. In the Yukon, a women’s only tournament was held for the first time ever.
“Businesses didn’t know if they could stay open but they were calling us to make sure we were able to stay open.”
Air North president Joe Sparling suspects it will be a long time before things return to pre-pandemic times
Tuja Dreyer, of the Ross River Dena Council, is one of six athletes to win the award