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Encyclopedia > List of Yukon general elections
The Yukon Territory is part of Canada.

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Motto: none Other Canadian provinces and territories Capital Whitehorse Largest city Whitehorse Commissioner Jack Cable Premier Dennis Fentie (Yukon Party) Area 482,443 km² (9th)  - Land 474,391 km²  - Water 8,052 km² (1. ...

9th general election

Yukon general election, 2006 The next election will held after the Premier of the Yukon Territories asks for a dissolution of parliament. ...

8th General Election

Yukon general election, 2002
Name Seats Pop Vote
Yukon Party 12 40.4%
Yukon New Democratic Party 5 26.9%
Yukon Liberal Party 1 29.0%
Others 0 3.8%

7th General Election

Yukon general election, 2000
Name Seats Pop Vote
Yukon Liberal Party 10 42.9%
Yukon New Democratic Party 6 32.8%
Yukon Party 1 24.3%

6th General Election

Yukon general election, 1996
Name Seats Pop Vote
Yukon New Democratic Party 11 39.8%
Yukon Party 3 30.4%
Yukon Liberal Party 3 23.9%
Others 0 5.9%

5th General Election

Yukon general election, 1992
Name Seats Pop Vote
Yukon Party 7 35.9%
Yukon New Democratic Party 6 35.1%
Yukon Liberal Party 1 16.1%
Others 3 12.9%

The Yukon Progressive Conservative Party changes its name to the Yukon Party. 2002 election results in the Yukon. ... The Yukon Party is a conservative political party that was founded in 1978 as the Yukon Territorial Progressive Conservative Party and was elected as the territorys first party-based government in 1979 under Chris Pearson. ... The Yukon New Democratic Party (NDP) is a social democratic political party in the Yukon territory of Canada. ... The Yukon Liberal Party is a political party in the Yukon Territory in Canada. ... Results by party Yukon Votes 2000 ... The Yukon Liberal Party is a political party in the Yukon Territory in Canada. ... The Yukon New Democratic Party (NDP) is a social democratic political party in the Yukon territory of Canada. ... The Yukon Party is a conservative political party that was founded in 1978 as the Yukon Territorial Progressive Conservative Party and was elected as the territorys first party-based government in 1979 under Chris Pearson. ... The Yukon New Democratic Party (NDP) is a social democratic political party in the Yukon territory of Canada. ... The Yukon Party is a conservative political party that was founded in 1978 as the Yukon Territorial Progressive Conservative Party and was elected as the territorys first party-based government in 1979 under Chris Pearson. ... The Yukon Liberal Party is a political party in the Yukon Territory in Canada. ... The Yukon Party is a conservative political party that was founded in 1978 as the Yukon Territorial Progressive Conservative Party and was elected as the territorys first party-based government in 1979 under Chris Pearson. ... The Yukon New Democratic Party (NDP) is a social democratic political party in the Yukon territory of Canada. ... The Yukon Liberal Party is a political party in the Yukon Territory in Canada. ... The Yukon Party is a conservative political party that was founded in 1978 as the Yukon Territorial Progressive Conservative Party and was elected as the territorys first party-based government in 1979 under Chris Pearson. ...

4th General Election

Yukon general election, 1989
Name Seats Pop Vote
Yukon New Democratic Party 9 45.0%
Yukon Progressive Conservative Party 7 43.9%
Yukon Liberal Party 0 11.1%

3rd General Election

Yukon general election, 1985
Name Seats Pop Vote
Yukon New Democratic Party 8 41.1%
Yukon Progressive Conservative Party 6 46.9%
Yukon Liberal Party 2 7.6%
Others 0 4.4%

2nd General Election

Yukon general election, 1982
Name Seats Pop Vote
Yukon Progressive Conservative Party 10 45.8%
Yukon New Democratic Party 6 35.4%
Yukon Liberal Party 0 15.0%
Others 0 3.8%

1st General Election

Yukon general election, 1978
Name Seats Pop Vote
Yukon Progressive Conservative Party 11 37.1%
Yukon Liberal Party 2 26.0%
Yukon New Democratic Party 1 20.3%
Others 2 16.6%

There were no territorial parties in the Yukon before 1978 however, there were still elections: The Yukon New Democratic Party (NDP) is a social democratic political party in the Yukon territory of Canada. ... The Yukon Party is a conservative political party that was founded in 1978 as the Yukon Territorial Progressive Conservative Party and was elected as the territorys first party-based government in 1979 under Chris Pearson. ... The Yukon Liberal Party is a political party in the Yukon Territory in Canada. ... The Yukon New Democratic Party (NDP) is a social democratic political party in the Yukon territory of Canada. ... The Yukon Party is a conservative political party that was founded in 1978 as the Yukon Territorial Progressive Conservative Party and was elected as the territorys first party-based government in 1979 under Chris Pearson. ... The Yukon Liberal Party is a political party in the Yukon Territory in Canada. ... The Yukon Party is a conservative political party that was founded in 1978 as the Yukon Territorial Progressive Conservative Party and was elected as the territorys first party-based government in 1979 under Chris Pearson. ... The Yukon New Democratic Party (NDP) is a social democratic political party in the Yukon territory of Canada. ... The Yukon Liberal Party is a political party in the Yukon Territory in Canada. ... The Yukon Party is a conservative political party that was founded in 1978 as the Yukon Territorial Progressive Conservative Party and was elected as the territorys first party-based government in 1979 under Chris Pearson. ... The Yukon Liberal Party is a political party in the Yukon Territory in Canada. ... The Yukon New Democratic Party (NDP) is a social democratic political party in the Yukon territory of Canada. ... Motto: none Other Canadian provinces and territories Capital Whitehorse Largest city Whitehorse Commissioner Jack Cable Premier Dennis Fentie (Yukon Party) Area 482,443 km² (9th)  - Land 474,391 km²  - Water 8,052 km² (1. ... 1978 was a common year starting on Sunday (the link is to a full 1978 calendar). ...

  • Yukon general election, 1974
  • Yukon general election, 1970
  • Yukon general election, 1967
  • Yukon general election, 1964
  • Yukon general election, 1961
  • Yukon general election, 1958
  • Yukon general election, 1955
  • Yukon general election, 1952
  • Yukon general election, 1949
  • Yukon general election, 1947
  • Yukon general election, 1944
  • Yukon general election, 1940
  • Yukon general election, 1937
  • Yukon general election, 1934
  • Yukon general election, 1931
  • Yukon general election, 1928
  • Yukon general election, 1925
  • Yukon general election, 1922
  • Yukon general election, 1920
  • Yukon general election, 1917
  • Yukon general election, 1915
  • Yukon general election, 1912
  • Yukon general election, 1909
  • Yukon general election, 1907
  • Yukon general election, 1905
  • Yukon general election, 1903
  • Yukon general election, 1900

see also Lists of general elections in Canada The eleven-member territorial council, of whom six were appointed, five elected, changed with this election to a new ten-member council, all of whom were elected. ... The six-member territorial council was expanded to eight by adding two elected members. ... Canada was federated in 1867. ...


all data from http://www.electionsyukon.gov.yk.ca/


  Results from FactBites:
 
Elections Yukon: Elections (1395 words)
Elections of the members to the Yukon Legislative Assembly are the responsibility of the chief electoral officer of Yukon, who is selected by the members of the Legislative Assembly.
A general election usually takes place every three to five years.
You should telephone the Elections Office for the times and locations for adding your name to the list of voters or click here when an election is on.
CBC - Canada Votes 2006 - Voter Toolkit (6671 words)
The Elections Canada definition of this term is almost poetic: "The place of ordinary residence of a person is the place that has always been, or that has been adopted as, his or her dwelling place, and to which the person intends to return when away from it.
Elections Canada used to need that much time to prepare the voters' list because it was sending teams of enumerators to every home in Canada to update information from the previous general election.
Victories were granted to Édouard Guilbault (Cons.) during the 1887 general election in the riding of Joliette, Que.; Nicholas Flood Davin (Cons.) during the 1896 general election in the riding of Assiniboia West, NWT; and Paul Martineau (P.C.) during the 1963 general election in the riding of Pontiac-Temiscamingue, Que.
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