“Our sincere condolences go out to all Yukoners who have been affected by the opioid crisis in our Territory.
WHITEHORSE – Following media reports last week of the continued lack of permits and firewood in the territory, Energy, Mines, and Resources critic Scott Kent is calling on the Liberal government to address their errors and properly work with the Yukon’s forestry industry to get more firewood in the hands of Yukoners this winter.
WHITEHORSE – The Liberal minority government’s 2021 Fall Sitting of the Yukon Legislative Assembly can be summed up in one word: disastrous.
WHITEHORSE – Today, leader and Copperbelt North MLA Currie Dixon is pleased to announce critic roles for the official opposition to begin the 35th Yukon Legislative Assembly.
WHITEHORSE – It was a busy Wednesday for leader Currie Dixon. Late in the afternoon, Dixon participated in the CBC Leaders’ Debate live in-studio that was moderated by Airplay host Dave White. In the evening, Dixon logged into a virtual Early Learning and Child Care debate hosted by Early Childhood Educators of Yukon.
WHITEHORSE – The Yukon Party will implement several proactive measures to address community violence throughout the territory.
WHITEHORSE – A Yukon Party government will reduce wait times for essential health procedures. Whether due to the pandemic, systemic challenges, or a lack of resources, the wait times for several important procedures available at Whitehorse General Hospital have lengthened.
WHITEHORSE – The Yukon’s forests are an invaluable natural asset that provide a wealth of environmental benefits and recreational options. They are also a critical renewable resource that can create jobs and strengthen the economy. With lumber prices surging across the country because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Yukon has an opportunity to benefit economically.
WHITEHORSE – The Yukon Party recognizes that for the territory to prosper, all communities must be safe and secure.