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About 150 athletes competed at the YSAA Track and Field Meet at FH Collins Secondary in Whitehorse on Wednesday.
Whitehorse high schools battled for supremacy during the finals at the Dawson Invitational Volleyball Tournament over the weekend.
A very important march was held in Whitehorse this weekend.
Yukon River Quest paddlers leave Whitehorse and cross Lake Laberge on June 27.
The Harlem Ambassadors basketball team showed off their skills and antics in Whitehorse.
About 2,000 people attended the three-day Atlin Arts and Music Festival in Atlin, B.C.
Drivers and fans alike get down and dirty in the Whitehorse mud bog races.
The Royal Canadian Air Force displayed its hardware in Whitehorse as part of Operation Northern Reach to increase awareness of the air force’s capabilities in the North.
First Nations culture was celebrated during Ha Kus Teyea 2013 at the Teslin Tlingit Heritage Centre.
Images from the first week of the Canada Winter Games in Prince George, B.C.
Images of sled dogs and their mushers during the Cool Dogs and Hot Springs Race Day organized by the Dog Powered Sport Association of the Yukon on Sunday at the Takhini Hot Springs.
Students prove their mettle at the Yukon Schools Athletic Association Track and Field Meet on May 29 at F.H. Collins Secondary School in Whitehorse.
Three teams from the Whitehorse Mustangs rep hockey club faced tough competition at the 12th annual Seafair International Ice Breaker Rep Tournament over the weekend in Richmond, B.C.
The little town of Atlin was filled with music and art during the 10th annual Atlin Arts and Music Festival over the weekend.
Over 200 participants from Canada, USA and Europe are competing on Whitehorse's trails for the Western Canadian Orienteering Championships all this week.
Young snowboarders tested their mettle during the RBC Riders competition at Mt. Sima on Sunday.
The Roadhouse Inn is closing it doors, forcing 23 people, many who are on social assistance, to look for new places to live. Here are some the people who will be affected by the closure.
There were 300 participants, including 25 volunteers, involved in the annual Terry Fox Run in Whitehorse on Sunday. The event raised $6,700.
The Haines Road was busy with 1195 cyclists competing in the annual Haines Chilkat International Bike Relay between Haines Junction, Yukon, and Haines, Alaska, on Saturday.