The problem of the six sports excluded from the 2016 Arctic Winter Games may have been solved yesterday in the Yukon legislature.
Arctic Edge Skating Club’s competitive season ended on a high note in Parksville, B.C., earlier this month.
The battle of the Yukon’s top two Division 1 squash teams fittingly went down to the wire last night at Better Bodies Whitehorse.
Five Yukoners were part of the 35,755 runners who took to the streets yesterday for the 118th edition of the Boston Marathon.
As time wound down in the women’s hockey final Thursday night, defenceman Amy Vermeulen took the game into her own hands.
More than 500 students from 16 Yukon elementary schools hit the mats at the Canada Games Centre yesterday during the Yukon Schools’ Athletic Association wrestling tournament.
Whitehorse wheelchair athlete Darryl Tait has refused to let his injury keep him down.
A jam-packed slate of activities helped skiers and snowboarders end Mount Sima’s season on a high note this weekend.
Saskatchewan Roughriders linebacker Mike McCullough gained a new appreciation for the Yukon during his whirlwind tour through Whitehorse with the Grey Cup this weekend.
After struggling to score goals throughout the Canadian Senior Broomball Championship,