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Mae Bachur Animal Shelter executive director Dan Moore gives Blue some attention. The shelter currently has nine dogs and 11 cats up for adoption. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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Tanner Sinclair poses with his father Brent and wife Whitney Sandulak following a successful ram hunt. Sandulak, Brent Sinclair and other relatives read victim impact statements in Yukon Supreme Court Feb. 21. (Submitted photo/Yukon News)0

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An RCMP truck arrives at the Canada Games Centre Feb. 24. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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A closed sign hangs in Wykes Your Independent Grocer on Feb. 19. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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Tanner Sinclair poses with his father Brent and wife Whitney Sandulak following a successful ram hunt. Sandulak, Brent Sinclair and other relatives read victim impact statements in Yukon Supreme Court Feb. 21. (Submitted photo/Yukon News)0

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The Dakhká Khwáan Dancers perform with DJ Dash at Winterlude in Ottawa earlier this month. They are collaborating again March 1 at the Yukon Arts Centre. (Submitted Photo/Heritage Canada)0

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Dawson City artist Jackie Olson is showing her latest series, My Own Reality, at Arts Underground in Whitehorse until Feb. 25. (Submitted Photo/Jackie Olson)0

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Conrad seen from above in 1906. Plans are in the works to make the remains of the town a Yukon historic site. (MSCUA, University of Washington Libraries/#UW36838)0

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A closed sign hangs in Wykes Your Independent Grocer on Feb. 19. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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The Michael Nehass case is going back to the trial stage after Yukon Supreme Court ordered a mistrial Feb. 15. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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A scientist monitors an electrochemical cell at a lab working on developing a technology that treats mine waste water using the mine’s own CO2 emissions. (DJ Lake/Terra CO2)0

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Jacob and Madelaine Parks ride their kicksled around the skating loop at Shipyards Park in Whitehorse Feb. 16. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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Clues about the book offer potential suitors the opportunity to pick material that fits their reading style. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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An image from Linda Ohama’s film Tohoku no Shingetsu: A New Moon Over Tohoku. The film is showing in Whitehorse in March. (Submitted Photo/Yukon News)0

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Alaska musher Matt Hall is welcomed across the Yukon Quest finish line Feb. 14 in Fairbanks. Hall has won his first Quest title, beating defending champion Hugh Neff by seven hours. (Whitney McLaren/Yukon Quest)0

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Volunteers help prepare blocks that will be carved during the Whitehorse International Snow Sculpting Challenge at Rendezvous. Approximately 20 people helped prepare 10 blocks that will be shaped by snow carving teams from around the world. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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The YuWin.ca job board website is vulnerable to hacking due to its lack of Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), says Martin Lehner, a local IT specialist. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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Yukon’s Shelley MacDonald works on a piece in her Whitehorse studio. MacDonald has been invited to London Fashion Week to show some of her handmade jewellery. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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Matt Hall (seen here at the Dawson City checkpoint) won the Yukon Quest. (Whitney McLaren/Yukon Quest)0

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Competitors catch their breath after finishing the 10-kilometre race at the Marsh Lake Loppet Feb. 11. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)0

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