WHITEHORSE - You demand action on climate change, so the Liberal Government has launched a $500 million plan to protect your children’s future - our future.
Other Yukon political parties have no such plan.Read more
WHITEHORSE – Approximately 75 Yukon Liberal supporters gathered over the weekend at the party’s first post-election Annual General Meeting. Highlights included an address from Liberal leader Sandy Silver, an overview of the recent election campaign, with Campaign Chair Laura Cabott, and the election of a new executive.Read more
Thank you Yukon!
Yukoners have been heard! The Yukon Liberals thank all our volunteers, supporters and especially you, the people of Yukon, who have given us the mandate to form government, diversify our economy to create good jobs, protect our environment and work together with First Nations governments for the benefit of all Yukoners.
Thank you to Darrell Pasloski and all outgoing MLAs for your service to Yukon.
Thank you to all Yukoners who took a stand for what they believe in and put their name forward in this election.
Congratulations to all the Yukoners who will serve as Members of the Legislative Assembly for the next five years - we look forward to working with you.
We commit to upholding our values of transparency, respect, inclusivity and accountability while in government. Yukoners will continue to Be Heard!
WHITEHORSE – The Yukon Liberal position is clear. We will accept the Peel Plan as it was originally presented, restart land use planning, and place an immediate moratorium on fracking.
“The Yukon Liberals support planning and decisions based on respect, trust and evidence,” said Pauline Frost, Liberal Candidate for Vuntut Gwitchin. “It is time to move forward on the Peel decision. Dragging it through the courts is costing all Yukoners and stalling all other planning efforts.”Read more
Whitehorse - The Yukon Liberals have offered to cover the carbon costs of the flight from Calgary to Whitehorse for Paige T. MacPherson, the Alberta Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF).
MacPherson is coming to Whitehorse to take part in a presentation hosted by the Yukon Chamber of Commerce regarding the pros and cons of the carbon tax that the federal government will be introducing in 2018. The Albertan will be arguing the CTF's position against the carbon tax, while Yukoner Forest Pearson, a geological engineer, will be presenting the pro side of the debate. All four political parties have been invited to attend the event.Read more