Whitehorse Daily Star

August 27, 2016

STORY TIME

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

STORY TIME – Whitehorse businessman Rolf Hougen is interviewed this morning by Lisa Marie DiLiberto, left, and Geneviève Doyon as part of the Tale of a Town. The Canada 150 project is travelling across Canada gathering living memories of main streets. The portable studio is set up outside the Old Fire Hall.

JUMP!

Photo by Marissa Tiel

JUMP! – Runners leap near the start of the Baked One Miler race on Tuesday. About 30 people took part, challenging themselves on the short asphalt course, which started at Spook Creek and finished near the Old Fire Hall.

COMPETITION ON WHEELS

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

COMPETITION ON WHEELS – Megan Seiling cycles in last Saturday’s Long Lake Triathalon. She placed fourth in the individual category and first in the female open. See coverage, this website.

A BUMPY RIDE

Photo by Photo Submitted

A BUMPY RIDE - Whitehorse resident Luanda Pronovost focuses Saturday as she paddles down the slalom course at the canoe slalom national championships on the Rivière Aux Sables in Jonquière, Que. Pronovost competed in the cadet K1W class and finished second. Photo by ROBERT-CHARLES POIRIER

HONOURNG THE FALLEN

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

HONOURING THE FALLEN – The Yukon Workers Memorial was officially unveiled Sunday at Shipyards Park.

ON THE PROWL

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This is one of four young foxes which have just started to hunt in the Copper Ridge area. Photo by TERRY SCHEE