Yukon’s legislature will reconvene December 1, Premier Darrell Pasloski announced yesterday.
The sitting will be short, lasting nine days before wrapping up on December 15.
During that time, Commissioner Doug Phillips will read the throne speech, followed by the tabling of a supplementary budget for the year.
With no major legislation expected, the session will provide Yukon’s new MLAs with a warmup round before more weighty matters are dealt with in the spring.
All parties agreed to the sitting’s start date and duration, Pasloski said in a release.
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