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Dog enthusiasts showed off their pets at the Yukon Kennel Club's 40th Annual Dog Show this weekend at the Mt. McIntyre Recreation Centre.
About 150 athletes competed at the YSAA Track and Field Meet at FH Collins Secondary in Whitehorse on Wednesday.
A mother fox turned a busy freight yard in Whitehorse into a home for her kits.
Images from the rehearsal for Northern Lights School of Dance's spring recital at the Yukon Arts Centre.
Over $40,000 has been raised from Sunday's Run For Mom event in Whitehorse. The money goes towards breast health awareness and programs in the territory.
The arrival of Trumpeter swans and other migratory birds is a spring ritual in the Yukon. The following images were taken in the Tagish area, south of Whitehorse.
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.
Images from the second week of competition at the Canada Winter Games in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Images of Yukon athletes competing during the first week of the Canada Winter Games in Halifax.
The Canada Winter Games opens up with much fanfare during the opening ceremonies at the Halifax Metro Centre in Nova Scotia on Friday.
Whitehorse became the centre of attention during Scotiabank's Hockey Day in Canada with a live broadcast on CBC on Saturday. Here are some images from the celebrations that started on Wednesday.
The Dawson City Nuggets and the Ottawa Senators Alumni revived a rivalry that goes back over a century at Takhini Arena in Whitehorse on Wednesday.
Young snowboarders tested their mettle during the RBC Riders competition at Mt. Sima on Sunday.
Images of mushers and their dogs leaving Whitehorse at the start of the 1,600-kilometre Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race on Saturday, followed by the Yukon Quest 300 - a shorter version of the main event.
The Roadhouse Inn is closing it doors, forcing 23 people, many who are on social assistance, to look for new places to live. Here are some the people who will be affected by the closure.
The Public Safety Building in Whitehorse gives the fire department its first, new station in 40 years.
Images from the annual Carbon Hill Dogsled Race on Sunday.
Yukon and Alaska high schools were representing their nations at the Don Hather Basketball Tournament in Skagway last weekend.
Some of our favorite images published in the Yukon News in 2010.
Some of our best images of Yukon athletes competing at sporting events during 2010.