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The Gawagani Pts’aan, meaning “Peace Totem Pole,” was gifted to the Yukon government in 1971.
The two fossilized teeth were discovered in 1973 and 1977
Nick Griffiths, who ran the Yukon Arctic Ultra in 2018, donated two toes to the Downtown Hotel.
The fair is being held in conjunction with Whitehorse’s annual medieval combat tournament.
Yukon News photographer Crystal Schick captured some highlights of the 2019 Pride parade
Mock scenario saw neighbourhoods evacuated as fictional wildfire approached
Marie Bélanger was the only Yukoner to get the award this year
Kristenn Magnusson joins Healthy Pets
It’s the first time someone has held the position in roughly 10 years
Eighteen Yukoners have qualified for the Skills Canada National Competition at the end of the month
“You have this animal that’s seven feet tall that just eats little pond weeds”
Spend enough time eating in downtown Whitehorse and you’ll find several establishments with food named after Yukoners.
Spot is a chatbot that allows people to record and report incidents of discrimination 24 hours a day
Yukoners got a chance to have their artifacts examined by the pros
Concussion Café Yukon had its debut on April 25
Cyber safety expert to address Whitehorse parents and caregivers
A rigorous fitness test occurred on April 13
This summer 13 Japanese students are slated to come north
The event is taking place at Whitehorse’s Beringia Interpretive Centre the evening of April 17.
The Whitehorse Woofers Club is hosting its first formal nosework trial next month