As many of you know, I like to collect photos of signage during my travels. Looking for signs helps me study the destination I’m visiting more carefully than I otherwise might have, and often tells me a lot about the nature of the city I’m visiting.
Whitehorse is the Yukon’s only city and the center of the territory’s commerce, tourism and government. And while it is a relatively young city, it dates to the Klondike Gold Rush, a most colorful and interesting period in history.
Here are some of the signs I encountered during my recent trip to northern Canada.
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