Candidates in Kluane, Mayo-Tatchun and Porter Creek North Confirmed

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.

“These three individuals have very diverse experience and bring a range of skills to our team. What they share is incredible commitment to their communities and to the people of the Yukon. I’m humbled to have them join our slate of candidates and excited for Yukoners to work with these great representatives.”

Yukon Liberal Leader Sandy Silver


Jeremy Harper is a member of Selkirk First Nation and currently lives in Carmacks with his wife. He has worked in recreation with Selkirk First Nation for over 20 years and is currently in his third term as a Wolf Councillor. He is a past board of the Selkirk Development Corporation where he served for nine and a half years. Harper will work hard to make sure the people of Mayo-Tatchun are well represented at the territorial level.

Traditional ways of life are important to Harper. He feels strongly about sharing all he has with his family and his community. He values the time he can spend on the land, hunting and fishing to provide for his family.

Luke Campbell, a Champagne and Aishihik Citizen, believes his connections to so many people in the Kluane riding, from youth to elders, will help bring more voices to government policies and decisions. Luke will use his skills as a school support worker and a language coordinator, as well as his experience and training to make meaningful connections.

Campbell loves and values living in Shadhęl (sunny mountain place)(Champagne).

Staci McIntosh is a long-time Yukoner, spending the majority of that time living in Crestview. As a small business owner, McIntosh has experienced firsthand the impacts of COVID-19. She knows the economic supports provided have helped many businesses. McIntosh, as a successful female entrepreneur, will add her voice to the conversation about a successful economic recovery the Yukon.  

When not working at the salon she operates with her sister, McIntosh is out on the trails. She is an avid outdoors person and loves the great recreation options available in the Yukon.