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February 2022

Yukon Arctic Ultra

February 3 - February 11
Shipyards Park, 2nd Ave and Shipyards Park
Whitehorse,YTCanada
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Cheer the racers at the start line at 10:30 am at Shipyards Park in downtown Whitehorse. The Marathon finishes at Muktuk Adventures, 100 Mile race finishes at Braeburn Lodge and the 300-mile racers finish at Pelly.

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Available Light Film Festival

February 4 - February 21

Combination of in-cinema and online screenings and events.

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March 2022

Kilrich Building Centres Yukon Native Hockey Tournament

March 25 - March 28
Yukon Native Hockey Tournament

44th Annual Native Hockey Tournament. The Kilrich Building Centres Yukon Native Hockey Tournament is the biggest event hosted in Whitehorse on an annual basis and is one the most anticipated social events of the year. This tournament is the biggest and the best Native hockey tournament north of 60˚. It attracts First Nation hockey players from all over the north, British Columbia and Alberta. The tournament is hosted in Whitehorse on the traditional land of the Kwanlin Dün First Nation…

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June 2022

National Indigenous Peoples Day

June 21
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An event every year that begins at 12:00 am on day 21 of June, repeating indefinitely

Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre, 1171 Front Street
Whitehorse,YTY1A 0G9Canada
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National Indigenous Day

Celebrate Yukon's first people! Yukon-wide celebrations are held in all communities. In Whitehorse, events take place at the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre. National Indigenous Peoples Day is a federal holiday and celebrated Canada-wide recognizing the rich cultures and achievements of Indigenous peoples in Canada. Join in the celebrations in your community!

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Yukon River Quest

June 22 - June 25
Yukon Wide YTCanada

The Yukon River Quest is one of the most spectacular paddling races in the world. Participants take off from Whitehorse and paddle the 740 km (460mi) to reach Dawson City in marathon time, usually within 48 hours. Cheer on the teams as they leave Whitehorse or arrive in Dawson.

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Solstice Saint-Jean in Whitehorse

June 23 @ 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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An event every year that begins at 5:00 pm on day 23 of June, repeating indefinitely

Don’t miss this great summer celebration at Robert Service Campground. Once again, we’ve whipped up an exciting lineup of artists from Yukon and away. Get ready to dance! FREE ADMISSION 6: PM Lorène Charmetant 7 PM Alodome Folk-Indie 8 PM The Hibernation Funk + pop + jazz

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