Yukon Liberal leadership convention date set

The Yukon Liberal Party announced details of the upcoming leadership convention to a crowded house at the annual Leader’s Dinner.

The Leadership convention will be held in Whitehorse on January 28th. Candidate packages are available through the Yukon Liberal Party and rules for candidates are posted on www.ylp.ca. The deadline for candidates to submit their application package is January 7th.

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Yukon Liberal Party is now accepting candidates for 2022 leadership race

November 23, 2022

Yukon Liberal Party is now accepting candidates for 2022 leadership race.

The Yukon Liberal Party has announced candidate packages are now available
for people interested in becoming a candidate for party leader.

The candidate selected as leader by party members will become the Yukon’s next Premier.
Potential candidates are invited to contact the Yukon Liberal Party to request a package. Rules for
candidates in the 2022 leadership race are available online at www.ylp.ca.

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Yukon Liberal Party Leadership Dinner.

On November 25, Sandy Silver and his team will host a leadership dinner at the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre where important details for the upcoming Yukon Liberals leadership race will be announced. 

Oct 4 - Leadership Reception

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Statement on Premier Silver’s announcement that he will not seek re-election

Today, Premier Sandy Silver announced that he will not be seeking a 4 th term as the MLA for Klondike.
Sandy has asked the Party to initiate a Leadership Convention and engage with Party members to select
a new leader who will continue to support strong, positive progress for all Yukoners and lead the Yukon
Liberal Party (YLP) in the next territorial election , which is scheduled for November 3, 2025.

Sandy will continue to represent the Klondike for the remainder of his term, and he will continue to serve
as the Yukon’s Premier until a new leader is chosen by the Yukon Liberal Party. The YLP is pleased that
Sandy has committed to continue representing the people of Dawson City and working tirelessly with his
Liberal colleagues to make the Yukon a better place to live.

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