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Whitehorse photographer Peter Mather paddled the Wind River in the Peel watershed this summer with a group of artists. The group will show their work in a multimedia performance in Whitehorse in the new year.
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.
The air in the Klondike was filled with the sounds of music during the 34th Annual Dawson City Music Festival.
Sixteen countries participated in the 10-day long Women's World Fastpitch Championship in Whitehorse.
Whitehorse celebrated Canada's 145th birthday on Sunday.
The Yukon Kennel Club took over the Mt. McIntyre Recreation Centre in Whitehorse on the weekend for its 41st Annual Dog Show.
Severe washouts have destroyed sections of the Alaska Highway between Teslin and Watson Lake, Yukon, forcing the closure of that section of the road. Crews are repairing the road so stranded transport trucks and other vehicles can begin moving again.
Over 170 people participated in the Canadian Cancer Society’s annual Relay for Life at Shipyards Park in Whitehorse on Saturday. So far, almost $71,000 has been raised.
Varietease, a burlesque cabaret, is back again with its risque humour and performances.
The City of Whitehorse wants to build a subdivision and new road in the McIntyre Creek area, but many residents would like to see the creek and surrounding area protected. Photographer Peter Mather spent the last three months documenting the popular creek and its surroundings.
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.
Yukon photographer Robert Postma created a time lapse video of northern lights over Annie Lake, near Whitehorse.
View the large selection of images by the Yukon News' team of photographers of athletes competing at the Arctic Winter Games in Whitehorse last week.
The Sourdough Rendezvous celebrations cured Yukoners of the winter blues over the weekend.
The Cinderwood Mustangs and the Aldergrove Bruins of B.C. faced off in a three-game midget series in Whitehorse over the weekend.
The annual Marsh Lake Loppet had 235 cross-country skiers registered in Saturday's race, 50 of whom wore wacky costumes.
The Whitehorse Fire Department puts potential volunteers through the Firefighter Combat Challenge to test if they got the stuff.
Yukon and Alaska basketball teams battle for supremacy at the Don Hather Tournament in Skagway, Alaska.
A selection of some of our favourite images from 2011.
Here are some of the Yukon News' best sports photos from 2011.