Yukon News to give daily coverage of Canada Games

The Yukon News will break from routine and update its website every weekday during the Canada Summer Games, taking place in Sherbrooke, Que., over the next two weeks.

The Yukon News will break from routine and update its website every weekday during the Canada Summer Games, taking place in Sherbrooke, Que., over the next two weeks.

Sports reporter Tom Patrick will be on-site and will submit coverage of the Games on a daily basis. His articles and photos will be published on www.yukon-news.com every weekday and will appear in the paper in the Wednesday and Friday editions.

This is not the first time the News has made the decision to update its sports page of the website every weekday. The News did the same thing with its award-winning coverage of the 2011 Canada Winter Games in Halifax and the 2012 Arctic Winter Games in Whitehorse.

The decision to have daily updates is part of our continuing dedication to providing the territory with top-notch coverage of its athletes.

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