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Spotlight on the Yukon
Yukon cultural performers put on a good show for the world during Yukon Day celebrations at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics on Saturday.
A Golden Performance
The Bantam Whitehorse Mustangs take gold at this past weekend's Knights of Columbus Bantam Tier 2 hockey tournament in Fort St. John, BC.
Dog Day Afternoon
Dog teams hit the trails in the annual Carbon Hill Sled Dog race in the Mt. Lorne area on Saturday.
Hawks Devour Huskies
The Paradise Hill Hawks of Saskatchewan dominated the Whitehorse Huskies in AAA hockey action over the weekend.
The Death of the Alaska Highway Lodge
Alaska Highway lodges have long been a haven for tired travelers, but their numbers are dwindling.
The Little Railway that Could
Whitehorse's Copperbelt Railway and Mining Museum digs into the history of mining in the area.
Carving a Journey
Yukon First Nation youth learn the traditional skills of canoe building on a secluded island on the Yukon River.
Tlingit culture and customs were celebrated at the Ha Kus Teyea opening ceremony in Teslin on Friday.
Breakdancers show off their skills in bboy and bgirl battles in Whitehorse.
A pair of Yukon adventurers prepare for their kite-ski journey over the Greenland ice cap in 2009.
Burning the Winter Blues
Every year, Whitehorse observes the coming of spring by burning an effigy of old man winter in the Burning Away the Winter Blues celebration.
Nation of mutilation
Yukon News freelance photographer Chris Colbourne has been nominated for an award in the photo essay category of the 2009 British Columbia and Yukon Community Newspaper Association awards competition for his images of land mine victims in Cambodia. The essay originally appeared in the Yukon News and its website in July 2008. The winners will be announced on April 4 in Vancouver.
The Golden Railway
An audio slideshow of the historic White Pass & Yukon Route Railway.