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Yukon Legislative Assembly

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Yukon Legislative Assembly

Assemblée législative du Yukon
34th Yukon Legislative Assembly[1]
Type
Type
Leadership
Angélique Bernard
since March 12, 2018
Nils Clarke, Liberal
since January 12, 2017
Sandy Silver, Liberal
since December 3, 2016
Stacey Hassard, Yukon
since December 3, 2016
Structure
Seats19
Yukon Legislature Layout 2016 Election.svg
Political groups
Governing Party
  •   Liberal (11)

Opposition Parties

Elections
Last election
November 7, 2016
Next election
TBD
Meeting place
Yukon Legislative Assembly.jpg
Legislative Building
Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada
Website
legassembly.gov.yk.ca

The Yukon Legislative Assembly (French: Assemblée législative du Yukon) is the legislative assembly for Yukon, Canada. The Yukon Legislative Assembly is the only legislature in Canada's three federal territories which is organized along political party lines. In Nunavut and the Northwest Territories, the legislative assemblies are instead elected on a non-partisan consensus government model.

History

From 1900 to 1978, the elected legislative body in Yukon was the Yukon Territorial Council, a body which did not act as the primary government, but was a non-partisan advisory body to the Commissioner of the Yukon. Following the passage of the Yukon Elections Act in 1977, the Territorial Council was replaced by the current Legislative Assembly, which was elected for the first time in the 1978 election.

Seating plan

Cathers McLeod Istchenko
Kent HASSARD Van Bibber Hanson WHITE
Clarke
McPhee SILVER Pillai Dendys Frost
Gallina Adel Mostyn Streicker Hutton

Current members

Italicized text indicates a member of cabinet. Bold text indicates a party leader. Both indicates the Premier of Yukon

Name Party Riding
  Ted Adel Liberal Copperbelt North
  Brad Cathers Yukon Party Lake Laberge
  Nils Clarke Liberal Riverdale North
  Jeanie Dendys Liberal Mountainview
  Pauline Frost Liberal Vuntut Gwitchin
  Paolo Gallina Liberal Porter Creek Centre
  Elizabeth Hanson New Democratic Whitehorse Centre
  Stacey Hassard Yukon Party Pelly-Nisutlin
  Don Hutton Liberal Mayo-Tatchun
  Wade Istchenko Yukon Party Kluane
  Scott Kent Yukon Party Copperbelt South
  Patti McLeod Yukon Party Watson Lake
  Tracy-Anne McPhee Liberal Riverdale South
  Richard Mostyn Liberal Whitehorse West
  Ranj Pillai Liberal Porter Creek South
  Sandy Silver Liberal Klondike
  John Streicker Liberal Mount Lorne-Southern Lakes
  Geraldine Van Bibber Yukon Party Porter Creek North
  Kate White New Democratic Takhini-Kopper King

Party standings

Party Rural Whitehorse Total
  Liberal Party 4 7 11
  Yukon Party 4 2 6
  New Democratic Party 0 2 2
  Vacant 0 0 0
 Total 8 11 19
Government majority 5

See also

References

  1. ^ "Yukon Legislative Assembly". www.legassembly.gov.yk.69ca.
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