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The Harlem Ambassadors basketball team showed off their skills and antics in Whitehorse.
Whitehorse honoured those who served their country during the Remembrance Day ceremonies at the Canada Games Centre on Tuesday. Cadets also guarded the cenotaph by city hall the night before.
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.
More than 300 volunteers helped collect food in this year's All Schools Food Drive for the Whitehorse Food Bank.
Yukon News Editor John Thompson takes the ALS ice bucket challenge.
These two black bear cubs, seen here at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve, were orphaned after their mother had to be shot in a Whitehorse neighbourhood. The cubs's new home is the Calgary Zoo. Footage is provided by the Yukon government's Department of Environment.
Dawsonites enjoyed Discovery Days with a blend of muddy and artistic ventures.
Images from the 2014 ISF Junior Men's World Softball Championship in Whitehorse this week.
Revelers celebrate the gay pride parade in Whitehorse on Sunday as part of the 24 Hours of Gaylight celebrations.
The Yukon Wildlife Preserve is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a batch of newborn inhabitants.
Images of Yukon athletes competing at the Arctic Winter Games in Fairbanks, Alaska, March 15-22.
Yukoners celebrate the coming of spring in the annual Burning Away the Winter Blues celebration in Whitehorse.
The 50th Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous festival brought hibernating Yukoners out for good times over the last week in Whitehorse.
Watch our timelapse video of the traffic going through the Riverdale roundabout during the morning rush hour.
Whitehorse celebrated the Chinese New Year with performances at the Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre on January 25.
Whitehorse braved chilly temperatures to celebrate the Christmas spirit during the Winterval parade on November 30.
Whitehorse photographer Peter Mather spent 10 days at Bear Cave Mountain Eco-Adventures camp in Yukon's Fishing Branch Territorial Park documenting grizzly bears feeding on salmon. To see more of his photos visit his website www.petermather.com.
Herschel Island-Qikiqtaruk Territorial Park sits on the Yukon’s north coast in the Beaufort Sea. The island, which had Inuvialuit settlements when European explorers arrived, was used as a whaling station in the late 19th century.
Yukon athletes competed with the best in the nation at the Canada Summer Games in Sherbrooke, Quebec this month.