Coast High Country Inn

4051 4th Avenue, Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 1H1

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4051 4th Avenue, Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 1H1
Food & Beverage, Pub / Lounge / Bar, Restaurant
Barbecue (BBQ), Burgers, Canadian, Pub Grub, Salad, Sandwiches, Soup, Steaks
Breakfast, Brunch, Celebrations - Birthdays, Anniversaries, Dinner, Gluten Free, Kid Friendly, Lunch, No Reservations Needed, Offsales, Outdoor Seating, Reservations Accepted, Vegan/Vegetarian, Wheelchair Access, WiFi & Internet
Concert Hall / Auditorium, Convention Center, Multi-purpose Hall, Public Space
What's Up Yukon Client!, What's Up Yukon Distribution Point


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    Issue: 2016-10-06, PHOTO: by Meagan Deuling

    "It Will Give Them Good Dreams"

    The big fat airbus hit the tarmac in Whitehorse on Tuesday evening and departed Wednesday afternoon -- William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, were in the Yukon for less than 24 hours.

    Oct. 06, 2016

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    Issue: 2016-04-28, PHOTO: courtesy of the YHMA

    Mrs. Black Goes to War

    During the Great War of 1914-1918, nearly a thousand Yukoners enlisted for service in the Canadian Expeditionary Force, or fought for Britain, France and other Allied countries. Of these only a small handful were women. One woman who did not...

    Apr. 28, 2016

  • Article # 3 photo Carter  004 Second Yukon Contingent June 08 1916 - Copy.jpg

    Issue: 2016-04-21, PHOTO: Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry Museum and Archives81/107 f. # 5

    Surviving a Grizzly Attack and the Great War

    Jim Christie was born in Scotland in 1867. He emigrated to Manitoba and then came to the Klondike in 1898. The short, wiry Scotsman took to living in the north

    Apr. 21, 2016

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    Issue: 2016-04-14, PHOTO: Yukon Archives George Black fonds 81/107 f. # 5

    Joe Boyle: The Klondike King Who Became a War Hero

    Joe Boyle came to the Klondike with the first wave of gold-seekers in the early summer of 1897, but soon left with a dream of becoming rich. He was successful in obtaining a large mining concession in the Klondike Valley from the federal...

    Apr. 14, 2016

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    Issue: 2015-02-26 PHOTO: Christian Kuntz Photography

    Johnny Cash For Cancer

    For anyone who has fallen into a burning ring of fire, who are boys named Sue, or who have been to Folsom Prison, in real life, or just in song, A Tribute To Johnny Cash, on Friday, February 27, at the Yukon Convention Centre, is for you.

    Feb. 26, 2015

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    Whats Up Yukon January 29, 2015

    Yukking It Up for a Cause

    Katie-Ellen Humphries has one clear goal in mind this week when she makes her second trip to Whitehorse.

    Jan. 29, 2015


Issue- Jan13/2021

PHOTO: Erik Pinkerton Photography