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Torrential rains flooded streets in downtown Whitehorse and Riverdale on the evening of July 12.
Hundreds of people participated in Queer Yukon's annual 24 Hours of Funky Gaylight in Whitehorse on June 25.
See some of the best moments in sports during 2015.
Hundreds of Yukoners flooded into the Air North hangar in Whitehorse over the weekend to see popular Christian bands and hear evangelical preacher Will Graham speak.
Hundreds of people attended the The Ha Kus Teyea Celebration in Teslin.
Drivers got down and dirty in the annual Whitehorse Mud Bog event on June 27.
Yukoners celebrate the equinox during the Burning Away the Winter Blues festival in Whitehorse.
Dawsonites enjoyed Discovery Days with a blend of muddy and artistic ventures.
Images from the 2014 ISF Junior Men's World Softball Championship in Whitehorse this week.
Images of Yukon athletes competing at the Arctic Winter Games in Fairbanks, Alaska, March 15-22.
Whitehorse celebrated the Chinese New Year with performances at the Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre on January 25.
Herschel Island-Qikiqtaruk Territorial Park sits on the Yukon’s north coast in the Beaufort Sea. The island, which had Inuvialuit settlements when European explorers arrived, was used as a whaling station in the late 19th century.
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.
Twenty-three women tested their mettle in the first annual Femsport Whitehorse Challenge on April 27.
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.
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.
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.