Statement from Currie Dixon on Ukraine Sovereignty and Russia’s Illegal War

“I cannot help but think of the many Yukoners and Canadians with family or connections to the nation of Ukraine. It is truly disturbing that an otherwise peaceful, stable democracy is being invaded in an attempt at an illegal and immoral annexation. I share the concern for Ukraine and anger that Ukrainians’ rights, their right to choose their own future and their right to live free from war is being stripped away by Putin’s illegal invasion.

With Above-Average Snowfall, Government Must Begin Flood Planning

WHITEHORSE – The Official Opposition is calling on the Liberal government to learn from the lessons of last summer, and listen to Yukoners asking for proactive action to prepare for possible flooding again this summer after another winter of near-record snowfall.

Yukon Party Requests Liberals Address Firewood Shortage

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.

Official Opposition Names Shadow Cabinet

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.

Yukon Party Leader Doubles Up on Debates

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.

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