Category Archives: Whitehorse

Northern lights over Whitehorse

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There were incredible aurora borealis over Whitehorse this weekend.

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Getting the job done at -37c

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This traffic light was flashing yellow one morning around 8am. Workers from the City of Whitehorse and a local electrical company were fixing it, with a little tent to cut the wind.

A cold day on the job!

Snowy morning in Whitehorse

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After a cold snap, it’s back to around -6 degrees with powdery snow.

Snow falling in Whitehorse

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There was a lovely dusting of powdery snow in Whitehorse today.

Public pianos: Art project in Whitehorse

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There is a project in Whitehorse to install pianos in public places. The first one was installed near the fish ladder.

The ambient sound of rushing water becomes part of the music.

Edible plant walk at Miles Canyon

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The Yukon Conservation Society offers guided walks in Whitehorse, for people who want to learn about local plants.

Guides point out what’s edible and what to avoid.

Adäka festival: Traditional watercraft

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The Akäka Arts and Culture Festival wrapped up today with a splash: Traditional canoes and kayaks were launched onto the Yukon River after more than a month of work.