It was a barn burner on Sunday as the P & M Recycling Guns of Whitehorse defended their Dustball title as champions of the men’s A Division.
- YG turns inward for housing for new workers (18)
- Former councillor wants back into city politics (14)
- Drones, parking kiosks among recommendations (10)
- Call for new Yukon senator continues (8)
- Most of escaped wild boars remain at large (7)
- Hunting permit lottery to be looked at: Frost (7)
- Organics collection plan to cost much more (7)
- LNG depot still being considered for Whitehorse (6)
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July 17, 2018
- Breezing along the lake The Yukon Breeze Sailing Society (YBSS) held the last of five kids’ camps last Friday on Schwatka Lake.
July 16, 2018
- Juneau wins 2018 Capital Cup Despite the wet weather this weekend, a total of 42 tennis players were on-hand at the Mount McIntyre Recreation Centre tennis courts in a quest for the coveted Capital Cup.
July 13, 2018
- Learning to lead with the best The Council of Yukon First Nations, in partnership with Yukon Indian Hockey Association and Northwestel Inc., held the 16th annual “Learning to Lead” hockey camp.
- Yukon sport and recreation groups to benefit from $1.4 million in funding Yukon sport and recreation groups to benefit from $1.4 million in funding
July 12, 2018
- Riders and their horses competed in the dressage show last weekend Approximately 25 riders participated in last weekend’s Bronze Level Sanction Dressage Show hosted by the Yukon Horse and Rider Association.
July 11, 2018
- Frotten tops wheelchair athletes at national championships Jessica Frotten busted loose last week at the Canadian Track and Field Championships, earning three golds and a silver in wheelchair racing.
- New arena for Carmacks out for tender; lots of interest expressed The tender is out for the first indoor arena in the community of Carmacks,
July 10, 2018
- Pronovost fares well in European Junior Cup tour Whitehorse teenager Mael Pronovost is no stranger to success in his kayak locally and even nationally.