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Yukoners participated at the Special Olympics in B.C.
Team Yukon won 169 medals at Arctic Winter Games
Team Yukon winning medals as the games enters the sixth day
Team Yukon continues to dominate the medals chart
Schools in Faro, Pelly Crossing, Carcross and Destruction Bay will vote
Team Yukon continued with its impressive run in the Arctic Winter Games
The team has a total of 17 medals
Team Yukon started the Arctic Winter Games (AWG) on Jan. 29 by competing in three games – futsal, hockey and curling.
The new building will house the town’s fire hall, public works department and training facility
About 150 scheduled surgeries are being deferred
The National film Board (NFB) of Canada has published the first four editions of the games from 1970 to 1976
Noah Connell has been skiing since he was 4. When he was selected by Lakehead University Thunderwolves to join their cross-country ski team, Noah said it was a dream come true.
Multiple units of the Yukon RCMP participated in downtown Whitehorse on Jan. 11
A new group, the Ukrainian-Canadian Association of the Yukon [UCAY] has been formed in Whitehorse.
Premier Ranj Pillai has announced senior leadership changes in the Yukon government. Pillai was sworn in as the 10th premier of Yukon on Jan. 14.
The COVID-19 public health emergency declaration in the Yukon has been lifted, according to a statement by the Yukon government.
“We look forward to continuing the discussion and collaboration at the national level,” McLean said