Whitehorse Daily Star

October 21, 2018

THREE-PEAT IS THE WORD

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

THREE-PEAT IS THE WORD – Re-elected Mayor Dan Curtis (left) and challenger Rick Karp watch election results flow in Thursday evening at city hall.

UNITED IN SONG

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

UNITED IN SONG – Alice Jessica Joy MacKenzie Rogan and her mother, Telek Rogan, perform at the Café des Voix on Tuesday evening at Baked Café. The next Café des Voix will take place Oct. 30.

OPENING THE DOOR TO A NEW REALITY

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

OPENING THE DOOR TO A NEW REALITY – Steve Cummings, the director of operations for the Yukon Liquor Corp., opens the door of Canabis Yukon late this morning to sell recreational cannabis. Colin Ruttle was the first in the line of about 40 people who were waiting for the big moment.

UP AND OVER

Photo by John Tonin

UP AND OVER – Emma Boyd of the F.H. Collins Warriors skies up to attack the ball out of the middle. Boyd’s Warriors defeated the Vanier Crusaders 3-0 last Friday.

A SWEET TIME OF YEAR

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

A SWEET TIME OF YEAR – Whitehorse Girl Guides began their Girl Guide cookies sale Sunday. This group is seen at the Canadian Tire store.

MONUMENT HONOURS FORMER STUDENTS

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

MONUMENT HONOURS FORMER STUDENTS – Ken Anderson’s monument to honour and remember former Whitehorse Indian Mission School students was unveiled Thursday afternoon by the Healing Totem on the waterfront. Also released was a second edition of ‘Finding Our Faces and History through Photographs and Stories’, a book of photos and stories from the school.