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The Northern Lights School of Dance holds its annual Christmas performance of Nutcracker at the Yukon Arts Centre.
Five Whitehorse fighters from Avalanche MMA didn't pull their punches at Warpath 3 in Chilliwack, B.C.
Yukon schools battled for supremacy during the Yukon Volleyball Championships at the Canada Games Centre in Whitehorse.
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.
Remembrance Day ceremonies were held on Friday at the Canada Games Centre in Whitehorse.
Whitehorse became the music capital this weekend when it hosted the Breakout West Festival and the Western Canadian Music Awards.
The Yukon Conservation Society recently took a group of international journalists to Bonnet Plume Lake in the Peel Watershed area.
Dirt bike riders tested their skills at the Stinky Lake Hare Scrambles race in Whitehorse's Long Lake area on Sunday.
There were 300 participants, including 25 volunteers, involved in the annual Terry Fox Run in Whitehorse on Sunday. The event raised $6,700.
Whitehorse photographer Peter Mather spent two weeks in August paddling and photographing Yukon's Snake River in the Peel Watershed area.
Dozens of walking dead enthusiasts participated in Whitehorse's first zombie walk.
The landscape around Fish Lake in Whitehorse displays its brilliant fall colours on Labour Day.
Heidi Neufeld talks about horse jumping at the Yukon Horse & Rider Association’s season finale of the 2011 Whitehorse Horse Show.
The sound of music was celebrated at the annual Dawson City Music Festival.
Over 200 participants from Canada, USA and Europe are competing on Whitehorse's trails for the Western Canadian Orienteering Championships all this week.
An audio slideshow of Yukon's historical site Fort Selkirk.
Drivers and fans alike get down and dirty in the Whitehorse mud bog races.
Ryan Burlingame wants to make stand up paddling the next biggest thing in the Yukon.
Jorg Michel of Tagish, Yukon, takes his passion for old motorcycles on the road with his school bus converted into a motorcycle museum.
The Haines Road was busy with 1195 cyclists competing in the annual Haines Chilkat International Bike Relay between Haines Junction, Yukon, and Haines, Alaska, on Saturday.