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In a clip from the reality show Gold Rush, played as evidence in Yukon territorial court, welder Mark Favron pours gas into a dredge pond and lights it on fire.
History in the making
The Whitehorse Huskies won their first B.C. AA men’s hockey championship with a 7-4 win over the Kelowna Sparta in the final April 1 at Takhini Arena.
Up in flames
A very important march was held in Whitehorse this weekend.
Your cabin fever should officially be cured. That is, if you attended Rendezvous activities last weekend.
The 2017 Yukon Quest kicked off on Feb. 4.
Yukon kitten rescued after 30 hours stuck in a tree Photos
After hearing cries from her newly-adopted kitten outside, owner Janis Jessop realized the cat was stuck at the top of a 23-metre spruce tree on her property outside of Whitehorse.
Bringing in the New Year
Whitehorse celebrates the New Year with live music, ice skating and fireworks.
Athletes in motion: 2016 sports photos
Great sports organizations with great athletes make for great photo opportunities. Here is a selection of our favourite sports photos from the past year.
2016 in focus: the year in pictures
Hundreds of photos filled the pages of the Yukon News in print and online in 2016. To mark the end of the year we have pulled together some of our favourites.
The Yukon Remembers
Hundreds of Yukoners gathered at the Canada Games Centre Friday to remember and honour the service of Canada’s veterans.
Will and Kate charm Yukon
A whirlwind royal tour to the Yukon that lasted less than 24 hours wrapped up Wednesday. William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, made stops in Whitehorse and Carcross during their eight-day visit to western Canada.
Yukon photographer Peter Mather documented the salmon migration in Tatchun Creek, north of Carmacks over the past two seasons.
Dawson amps it up
The Dawson City Music Festival turned up the tunes over the weekend.
All Revved Up
Scenes from the Whitehorse Mud Bog races on July 16.
Torrential rains flooded streets in downtown Whitehorse and Riverdale on the evening of July 12.
And they’re off.
Yukon River Quest paddlers leave Whitehorse and cross Lake Laberge on June 27.
Whitehorse basks in the Gaylight
Hundreds of people participated in Queer Yukon's annual 24 Hours of Funky Gaylight in Whitehorse on June 25.