A Yukon Party government is committed to the safety and security of all Yukoners and to help achieve this, will immediately develop legislation to increase road and highway safety if elected on Monday, April 12.
A Yukon Party government will take immediate action to improve highway safety in the territory’s most south-easterly community.
Skilled trades continue to be in demand throughout the territory and will be essential to the Yukon’s future prosperity. To provide the Yukon with a path forward towards economic recovery, a Yukon Party government will take Action for a Change and create a Skills for Jobs Task Force.
A new Yukon Party government will address the lack of affordable housing across the Yukon by taking Action for a Change and make it easier for Yukoners to afford a place to live.
The Yukon Party is the only party offering to provide Yukoners with a clear path forward to lead the territory out of the pandemic and into a prosperous future. Creating the economic conditions for the territory to succeed will require fresh ideas and strong and decisive leadership. The Yukon Party team is ready to provide Yukoners with Action for a Change to create new opportunities for the private sector to create jobs.
The Yukon Party’s plan to provide Yukoners with Action for a Change includes a clear pledge to work effectively and respectfully with the professional public service in order to deliver successful outcomes for all Yukoners.
Yukoners love the land. We get out and enjoy nature in a respectful and sustainable manner.
As part of a long-term School Revitalization Plan, in concert with school councils, the Ross River Dena Council and other key members of the community, a Yukon Party government would immediately begin the process of replacing the beleaguered Ross River School.
As part of the Yukon Party’s plan to provide Yukoners with Action for a Change, Leader Currie Dixon announced today the Yukon Party will take action to make life more affordable for Yukoners. In recent years shocking energy price increases have made it more difficult for Yukoners to afford heating their homes.