The territory’s politicians have been called back to work.
In a press release Thursday, Premier Darrell Pasloski said the house will be back in session starting at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 25.
Along with tabling a supplementary budget, Pasloski said his government would be bringing in changes to the Income Tax Act to include “the promised children’s art tax credit,” the release said.
The Yukon Party government will also bring forward motions to debate Parks Canada funding cuts that affect Kluane National Park, the SS Klondike and Dredge No. 4, and a motion dealing with “safety of children’s recreational equipment,” the release added.