Toxicology tests show a Whitehorse teen who died after being found unconscious in the snow in November had high levels of alcohol in her bloodstream.
Tora-Lee Williams, 15, was found the morning after Halloween outside a yard at the Kopper King trailer park. She was pronounced dead at the hospital six hours later.
Yukon coroner Kirsten MacDonald said Williams had a blood alcohol level of 0.15 per cent when she died.
She said there was no evidence of any other drugs in the teen's system.
The coroner's office is awaiting a final autopsy report, which will establish the cause of death. Police have said that foul play is not suspected.