Premier reconvenes legislature on April 2

Premier reconvenes legislature on April 2 Yukon's MLAs will return to the legislative assembly on Thursday, April 2. Premier Darrell Pasloski made the announcement yesterday.

Yukon’s MLAs will return to the legislative assembly on Thursday, April 2.

Premier Darrell Pasloski made the announcement yesterday.

“Our government looks forward to a positive and productive spring sitting that will continue the work of this government and all elected members on behalf of all Yukoners,” Pasloski said in a statement.

“We will be tabling the 2015/2016 budget, along with a number of other legislative proposals which will continue our ongoing work to ensure Yukon is the best place in Canada in which to live, work, play and raise a family.”

The April start is a little bit later than usual. Pasloski said that’s so MLAs can spend time with their family during the school spring break from March 16 to 27. (Ashley Joannou)

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