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Welcome to the new Yukon News website
The online news environment is evolving and we've decided to change with the times. Look around, you'll quickly see we've made significant changes to the site. First, our design is cleaner and much easier to use. And registration is no longer required to access our content. Finding the stories you want to read is easier, with quick access to our various sections: News, Arts, Sports, Business, Letters and Life.
Local volunteers nominated for award
Whitehorse couple Jim and Sue Stephens have been nominated for the RBC Local Hockey Leaders Program for their work in the hockey community.
Soccer nights in Whitehorse
Under 9 (Tuesday) Mobile Maintenance 6 Surgical Incisions 2 Mobile’s Mackenzie and Alex cut into the…
Yukon ski team dominates at nationals
Continuing their high from the Canada Winter Games, Yukon skiers set a territory record by winning 17 medals at the National Cross Country Ski…
Don’t put away the skis just yet
Despite the fast disappearing snow, the Mount McIntyre ski trails are still open for business and will remain so until the last patch of snow melts.
Nishikawa siblings hit pay dirt
Skiing phenomenon Graham Nishikawa earned another gold medal at the Northwestel Western Canadian Cross Country Ski Championships at Mount McIntyre on…
Freestyling in Whitehorse
Next weekend, five provinces and more than 100 athletes will compete at the Northwestel Junior National Freestyle Ski Championships on Mount Sima.
Swimming phenom Gabor sets records
Whitehorse’s Alexandra Gabor, 12, set two new Canadian records for her age group at the Speedo Western Swimming Championships in Winnipeg on…
Biathlon set to go
It was touch and go for a while, but the Western Canadian Biathlon Championships are going ahead this weekend at the Grey Mountain Biathlon Range…