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More than 300 volunteers helped collect food in this year's All Schools Food Drive for the Whitehorse Food Bank.
Rachel Pettitt is the first Yukon skater ever to win gold at the National Skating Championships.
Whitehorse city councillor Dave Stockdale burst into expletives and was kicked out of council chambers on Monday night following a vote that denied the territorial government permission to build an outdoor sports complex in Whistle Bend.
The Beaver Creek fire between Prophet and Fort Nelson, B.C. is now over 8,200 hectares in size.
The Twin Otter, also known as the De Havilland DHC-6, is turning 50 this year. Viking Air who manufactures it in Canada is flying one of its 400 series aircraft across the territories to celebrate that milestone. The crew was in Whitehorse on Monday July 13.
Whitehorse's annual Burning Away the Winter Blues celebration was held on March 19.
Mount Sima ends the ski season with Simapalooza where participants competed in the Yukon championships, big air competitions, skier and snowboardcross, and the always-popular Slush Cup.
Scenes from the Whitehorse Mud Bog races on July 16.
Whitehorse celebrates the New Year with live music, ice skating and fireworks.
In a clip from the reality show Gold Rush, played as evidence in Yukon territorial court, welder Mark Favron pours gas into a dredge pond and lights it on fire.
The Dakhká Khwáan Dancers performed a 10th anniversary show at the Carcross Commons on May 27.
The Canadian Arctic Aviation Tour stopped in Whitehorse June 3.
Yukon Kennel Club hosts 64th annual dog show at Mt. McIntyre Recreation Centre.
The Whitehorse Huskies won their first B.C. AA men’s hockey championship with a 7-4 win over the Kelowna Sparta in the final April 1 at Takhini Arena.
Your cabin fever should officially be cured. That is, if you attended Rendezvous activities last weekend.
The 2017 Yukon Quest kicked off on Feb. 4.
Great sports organizations with great athletes make for great photo opportunities. Here is a selection of our favourite sports photos from the past year.
A whirlwind royal tour to the Yukon that lasted less than 24 hours wrapped up Wednesday. William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, made stops in Whitehorse and Carcross during their eight-day visit to western Canada.
Yukon photographer Peter Mather documented the salmon migration in Tatchun Creek, north of Carmacks over the past two seasons.
The Dawson City Music Festival turned up the tunes over the weekend.