Hot summer days turn into dark, cooler nights showcasing our returning auroras and beautiful fall colours. Aspen and Birch turning bright yellow and our fireweed dying off with a flourish of red, has every eye looking out at patchwork mountains surrounding downtown Whitehorse.
International news was made with Tr’ondëk -Klondike (Dawson City), home to the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in First Nation, was inaugurated as a Unesco World Heritage site on September 18.
Festivities took place across the territory for National Truth and Reconciliation Day on September 30, featuring healing walks attended by hundreds of Yukoners and a full day showcasing the incredible talent of Yukon First Nation musicians and artist. A welcoming place for recognition and reflection and to continue education of Canada’s history and to grow together for a better future.
Yukon hosts a variety of events year-round, but here are a few examples with attendance ranging from 20 to 300 of out of territory guests.
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