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First Nations culture was celebrated during Ha Kus Teyea 2013 at the Teslin Tlingit Heritage Centre.
The little town of Atlin was filled with music and art during the 10th annual Atlin Arts and Music Festival over the weekend.
Drivers got down and dirty at the Whitehorse Mud Bog Races off of Robert Service Way on June 30.
Whitehorse showed its patriotism on Canada Day with a parade and celebrations in Shipyards Park.
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.
There were 1200 participants in the annual Kluane Chilkat International Bike Relay between Haines Junction, Yukon, and Haines, Alaska.
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.
Twenty-three women tested their mettle in the first annual Femsport Whitehorse Challenge on April 27.
Whitehorse gymnasts won five out of six divisions and collected 11 medals at the Yukon Gymnastics Championships.
Old Man Winter met his fiery end at the annual Burning Away the Winter Blues in Whitehorse.
Whitehorse celebrated its annual winter festival, Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous, over the weekend.
Synchronized swimmers compete in the Synchro Yukon Championships on Feb. 10 at the Canada Games Centre in Whitehorse.
Images from the start of the Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race in Whitehorse, Yukon, on February 2.
Twenty-six mushers left Whitehorse on Feb. 2 in the 30th running of the 1,600 kilometre Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race.
Mushers and Skijorers compete at the annual Carbon Hill Sled Dog Race outside Whitehorse.
Yukon athletes in action during 2012.
Images published in the Yukon News throughout the year.
Yukon high schools battled for supremacy in the Pepsi Yukon Volleyball Championships at Porter Creek Secondary School.
Eleven NHL players took part in the First Assist Charity Hockey Fundraiser Classic at Takhini Arena in Whitehorse on Wednesday.
Carvers with the Northern Cultural Expressions Society spent this summer carving a 11-metre totem pole to help residential school survivors on their healing journey. The completed pole was raised in downtown Whitehorse on November 3. on Saturday.