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Déjà Vu: Ross River Health Centre Closed For Almost a Month

WHITEHORSE – Once again, rural Yukoners are being left behind by the territorial Liberals. On Thursday, the government announced on Facebook that the Ross River Health Centre will be closed for almost a month starting on Friday, September 29.

Federal CEBA Loan Extension Needs Revisiting

WHITEHORSE – The Yukon Party Official Opposition is expressing concern about the confusion related to the recent announcement by the Government of Canada regarding the Canadian Emergency Business Account (CEBA) loan repayment extension.

Summer of Liberal Rural Health Care Centre Closures Extends to Fall

WHITEHORSE – On Thursday, the Liberal government announced the Pelly Crossing Health Centre would be reducing services starting Friday, September 22, lasting until Thursday, September 28 due to a staffing shortage. The notice says there will be no nurse in the community, and EMS can be called if health services...

Yukoners Still Struggling With High Rate of Inflation

WHITEHORSE – New data from the Yukon Bureau of Statistics (YBS) shows Whitehorse remains among the worst three jurisdictions in Canada for year-over-year inflation rate. After eight consecutive months with the highest inflation rate, the Yukon capital was tied for second highest in August.

Premier Pillai’s India Trip Raises Serious Questions

WHITEHORSE – The Yukon Party Official Opposition is questioning whether the premier will be cutting his trip short amid Canada’s tense diplomatic situation with India. Monday’s shocking revelation from the Prime Minister of Canada about the alleged involvement of the Indian government in the killing of a Canadian Sikh leader...

Yukon Party Leader

Currie Dixon

MLA for Copperbelt North Leader of the Official Opposition Critic for the Executive Council Office; the Yukon Liquor Corporation; Yukon Lottery Corporation; Yukon Cannabis Corporation; Early Learning and Child Care; and the 2027 Canada Winter Games. Currie Dixon was elected as Leader of the Yukon Party on May 23, 2020,...

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