Canada Summer Games

Mara Roldan carries the flag for Team Yukon at the opening ceremony of the Canada Summer Games on Aug. 6. (Sarah Lewis/Canada Summer Games)

Yukon’s Mara Roldan finishes fifth at Canada Summer Games

Cyclist heads straight from Niagara, Ont. to Les Gets, France for Word Junior Championships


Team Yukon at the Canada Summer Games with flag bearer Mara Rolden front and centre. (Courtesy/Facebook)

Team Yukon arrives at Niagara 2022 Canada Summer Games; men’s soccer team beats Nova Scotia

196 athletes, coaches and support staff are representing the territory from Aug. 6 to 21


Canada Summer Games postponed

Yukon Canada Summer Games athletes will now work on mastering skills in preperation for 2022


Swimmers log Whitehorse club records in Winnipeg

Yukoners swim to 13 records at Canada Games

Yukon, N.W.T. set for volleyball battles at Canada Summer Games

Territories to fight for 11th place and evade last place finish

Yukon volleyball team turns up heat against P.E.I.

Volleyball team logs first set wins since 2005

Yukoner rows to fourth-place finish on Team Quebec at Canada Summer Games

Tomas Jirousek becomes first Yukoner to row at Games

Pioneering Yukon beach volleyball duo finishes Canada Summer Games with tight loss

Max Clarke and Benjamin Grundmanis become first Yukoners to compete in beach volleyball

Yukon basketball teams winless at Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg

Tournament ends with losses to N.W.T., P.E.I.

Yukon soccer team cracks top 10 for historic Canada Summer Games finish

Female squad finishes ahead of a province in soccer for the first time

Yukon soccer team cements landmark finish with win over N.W.T.

Female squad will face Newfoundland for ninth place

116 Team Yukon athletes bound for Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg

Dawson City’s Jack Amos selected as flag-bearer for opening ceremony

Halliday takes back Yukon 5K road title

21-year-old runner headed to Canada Games this month

Whitehorse cyclist gearing up for Canada Summer Games

David Jackson captured tour wins in Haines Junction, Skagway and Whitehorse