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Over 200 people wore bright colours and costumes in the 24 Hours of Gaylight celebration on Main Street on June 22. It was Whitehorse's first gay pride parade.
Mushers and Skijorers compete at the annual Carbon Hill Sled Dog Race outside Whitehorse.
The Yukon Conservation Society recently took a group of international journalists to Bonnet Plume Lake in the Peel Watershed area.
Five Whitehorse fighters from Avalanche MMA didn't pull their punches at Warpath 3 in Chilliwack, B.C.
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.
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 Canada Winter Games opens up with much fanfare during the opening ceremonies at the Halifax Metro Centre in Nova Scotia on Friday.
There were 1200 participants in the annual Kluane Chilkat International Bike Relay between Haines Junction, Yukon, and Haines, Alaska.
Varietease, a burlesque cabaret, is back again with its risque humour and performances.
Every year, bears and thousands of bald eagles descend onto the Chilkat River valley in Haines, Alaska, to feed on the late-season salmon run.
Yukon News freelance photographer Chris Colbourne has been nominated for an award in the photo essay category of the 2009 British Columbia and Yukon Community Newspaper Association awards competition for his images of land mine victims in Cambodia. The essay originally appeared in the Yukon News and its website in July 2008. The winners will be announced on April 4 in Vancouver.
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.
Yukon and Alaska basketball teams battle for supremacy at the Don Hather Tournament in Skagway, Alaska.
Whitehorse became the music capital this weekend when it hosted the Breakout West Festival and the Western Canadian Music Awards.
Yukon and Alaska high schools were representing their nations at the Don Hather Basketball Tournament in Skagway last weekend.
The Yukon Kennel Club took over the Mt. McIntyre Recreation Centre in Whitehorse on the weekend for its 41st Annual Dog Show.
Whitehorse celebrated the the coming of spring by burning an effigy of Old Man Winter during Yukon Educational Theatre's annual Burning Away the Winter Blues at the Robert Service campground on Saturday.
Some of our favorite images published in the Yukon News in 2010.
Dirt bike riders tested their skills at the Stinky Lake Hare Scrambles race in Whitehorse's Long Lake area on Sunday.
Images from the second week of competition at the Canada Winter Games in Halifax, Nova Scotia.