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Yukon Party Leader Currie Dixon says ministers must resign before making bid for Liberal leader
Cabinet communications confirms Sandy Silver and his Liberal government will stick out mandate
Heated debate gets cool down period as 2022 spring session of legislative assembly wraps up
Second phase of community safety planning program will explore potential funding for municipalities
The budget does not include any tax increases
The three territorial governments have asked for more dialogue on arctic sovereignty.
It has been two years since COVID-19 interrupted the March 2020 session – and things have changed
Remembering Alice McGuire, the first Yukon First Nations woman elected to Yukon Legislative Assembly
Loved ones look back on her knowledge, kindness and cooking
The spring sitting of the legislature will begin on March 3. Elected…
The party commissioned Leger to ask about Premier Sandy Silver and Deputy Premier Tracy-Anne McPhee.
What happened in the fall legislative sitting, including laws passed and power struggles
Ministers provided updates in the legislature this week on firewood and the international climate conference.
“Let’s be clear, both the Liberals and the Yukon Party are responsible for the hurt that was caused to children.”
The balance of power sits with the NDP, but it is unlikely they will break their agreement
“If your child was a victim, how would you feel? How would you vote on this motion?”
A number of motions were introduced on the first day back for MLAs
The Yukon Party had the most amount of money raised in 2020, at $176,031.
Opposition parties said there are gaps in the letters, which direct department priorities
Ministers grilled on the award of the wellness centre construction contract
The Yukon Party tried to extend the sitting to allow more room for debate