The Yukon Liberal Party is happy to confirm three new nominated candidates. Luke Campbell is the official Liberal Party Candidate for Kluane. Jeremy Harper is the candidate for Mayo-Tatchun and Staci McIntosh is the candidate for Porter Creek North.Read more
"I'm very happy to welcome another strong small business owner and female entrepreneur to the Liberal team. As a long-time resident of the Copperbelt South riding, Sheila is ready to hit the ground running."
Yukon Liberal Leader Sandy Silver
Sheila Robertson will represent the Yukon Liberal Party in the riding of Copperbelt South, in the April 12th territorial election. Robertson is a long-time Yukoner and a respected member of the business community. As a Journeyman Tradesperson, she has been a passionate small business owner since she was 19. She has owned and operated numerous successful businesses, including the Whitehorse-based Hello Gorgeous and the Neighbourhood Pup.Read more
WHITEHORSE, YT - Yukon Liberal Party leader Sandy Silver announced today that Yukoners will head to the polls on April 12th. Elected in November, 2016 the Liberal government has served Yukoners for four and a half years and recently introduced a budget that lays out priorities and plans for the future. The opposition parties both voted against it.
“We have supported and kept Yukoners safe through a global pandemic. We have the best economy in Canada and we have dramatically improved relations with Yukon First Nation governments,” said Silver. “We are at a crossroads. Now it will be up to voters to decide what path they want to go down.”Read more
“Jeremy is a natural leader who appreciates how important it is to seek guidance from the people around you. He will serve the people of Mayo-Tatchun with integrity and tireless energy. We would be honoured to have him on the Liberal team for the 2021 election.”
Yukon Liberal Party Leader Sandy SilverRead more
WHITEHORSE – Luke Campbell has put his name forward to represent the people of the Kluane riding with the Yukon Liberal Party. Campbell will seek the candidate position at the March 23 nomination meeting.
He is a Champagne and Aishihik Citizen who grew up in Shadhäla (Champagne). After going to school in Whitehorse, Campbell moved back to Shadhäla, his hometown, three years ago to reconnect to where he is from. He loves being where he is.
As an elementary school support worker with the Champagne and Aishihik First Nation (CAFN), Campbell has connected with many youth in a number of schools. Campbell is currently the Language Coordinator for CAFN where he works to revive and enhance the Southern Tutchone Language.Read more