The Yukon Brewing Invitational Co-ed Soccer Tournament last weekend
A growing contingent of flatwater paddlers has led to the establishment of a new sport governing body in the Yukon.
Three national team cross-country skiers will be able to start their dryland season without worrying how to pay for their sport.
Girls gather up to listen to instructions during a BC Hockey Girls Jamboree session
- Union calls attending sessions ‘waste of time’ (16)
- Carbon tax takes starring role in question period (13)
- Operations building gets formal approval (7)
- Questions raised on operations building contract (6)
- Deaths ‘real shock, devastating,’ mayor says (5)
- Canyon City Hockey League’s Sundogs hoist championship trophy (4)
- Canada Day party budget may reach $285,100 (4)
- Costs of new statutory holiday outlined (4)
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April 24, 2017
- Volleyball Yukon showcases local talent at championships Volleyball Yukon celebrated local talent last weekend with a one-day tournament at Porter Creek Secondary School.
- Canyon City Hockey League’s Sundogs hoist championship trophy The Sun Life Sundogs were atop the regular season Canyon City Hockey League standings heading into the playoffs.
April 21, 2017
- Ebb and flow leading to a strong future for women’s hockey in the Yukon Wynne Anderson-Lindsay is all leg.
April 20, 2017
- Team Yukon recognizes reconciliation 88 days out from NAIG Eighty-eight days out from the opening ceremonies of the North American Indigenous Games,
- Beaulieu and Dugas laced up for Boston Marathon A Yukoner has completed her goal of competing in the Boston Marathon.
- Squash League crowns winners Team Manta pulled off an upset in the Tuesday Night Squash League finals on Tuesday night at Better Bodies.
April 19, 2017
- It’s always sunny in Old Crow Old Crow’s Father Mouchet Memorial Loppet is getting bigger with each hosting of the event
- Watson Laker takes home gold from Silver Star Hillclimb A Watson Lake snowmobiler is coming home with gold
April 18, 2017
- Amos runs to personal best in Oregon track meet A Dawson City teenager is continuing to build on a breakout running season.
- Northern Novas bring back ribbons from B.C. Regionals Northern Novas synchronized swimmers are impressing the B.C. judges with their routines.