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Yukon musher Frank Turner leads a dog sled expedition along the coast of the Arctic Ocean.
Mount Sima ends the ski season with Simapalooza where participants competed in the Yukon championships, big air competitions, skier and snowboardcross, and the always-popular Slush Cup.
Whitehorse's annual Burning Away the Winter Blues celebration was held on March 19.
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Some of our favourite images published throughout the past year.
After a two-year absence the Porcupine caribou herd returned to their traditional wintering grounds along the Dempster Highway this year. Whitehorse photographer Peter Mather spent two weeks documenting the hunt by the Gwich'in people.
Hundreds of Yukoners flooded into the Air North hangar in Whitehorse over the weekend to see popular Christian bands and hear evangelical preacher Will Graham speak.
Every summer, Inuvialuit people from Aklavik and Inuvik boat north up the Peel and MacKenzie Rivers to their traditional summer gathering place of Shingle Point on the Beaufort Sea.
Hundreds of people attended the The Ha Kus Teyea Celebration in Teslin.
The Twin Otter, also known as the De Havilland DHC-6, is turning 50 this year. Viking Air who manufactures it in Canada is flying one of its 400 series aircraft across the territories to celebrate that milestone. The crew was in Whitehorse on Monday July 13.
Images from the Dustball Invitational Slo-Pitch Tournament in Whitehorse.
About 2,000 people attended the three-day Atlin Arts and Music Festival in Atlin, B.C.
The Beaver Creek fire between Prophet and Fort Nelson, B.C. is now over 8,200 hectares in size.
Drivers got down and dirty in the annual Whitehorse Mud Bog event on June 27.
Whitehorse city councillor Dave Stockdale burst into expletives and was kicked out of council chambers on Monday night following a vote that denied the territorial government permission to build an outdoor sports complex in Whistle Bend.
Mount Sima closed out the season with its annual Simapalooza. In addition to competitions – snowboard championships, ski and snowboardcross, big air – there was a party outside the chalet with live music and a barbecue. The event wrapped up with the ever-popular Slush Cup.
Yukoners celebrate the equinox during the Burning Away the Winter Blues festival in Whitehorse.
Derek Crowe of Whitehorse rode his fat tire bike from Whitehorse to Dawson City in the recent Yukon Arctic Ultra. He took images of himself and fellow competitors throughout the race.
Images from the first week of the Canada Winter Games in Prince George, B.C.
Rachel Pettitt is the first Yukon skater ever to win gold at the National Skating Championships.