Elections Yukon

Elections in Yukon are conducted by an independent Office of the Legislative Assembly, under the direction of the Chief Electoral Officer. This ensures that elections are conducted in a fair and unbiased manner.

Elections Yukon conducts territorial elections of Members of the Legislative Assembly, in accordance with the Elections Act. The office also conducts school council and school board elections, in accordance with the Education Act.

RETURNING OFFICER OPPORTUNITIES - TERRITORIAL ELECTIONS

The Position: Returning Officers are responsible to the Chief Electoral Officer for the preparation and delivery of fair, compliant and impartial elections in their electoral district.

Openings currently available in the following electoral districts. All are in Whitehorse area except for Kluane (district includes Haines Junction). You must be an elector in the district of your application.


• Kluane • Copperbelt North   • Lake Laberge
• Mountainview • Porter Creek South   • Whitehorse West
• Takhini-Kopper King   • Whitehorse Centre

View Returning Officer Opportunities - Territorial Elections →

RETURNING OFFICER OPPORTUNITIES - SCHOOL COUNCIL ELECTIONS

Currently accepting applications for the following school attendance areas
Four outside Whitehorse:

Tantalus School (Carmacks)
Eliza Van Bibber School (Pelly Crossing)
Chief Zzeh Gittlit School (Old Crow)
Ross River School


Deadline to apply: Extended to 4PM (PST) January 17, 2020.
For more information click here.

REPORT OF THE CHIEF ELECTORAL OFFICER

Report of the Chief Electoral Officer

ELECTION RESULTS - YUKON FRANCOPHONE SCHOOL BOARD

For the official results for the election of five trustees for the Yukon Francophone School Board Election click here

SCHOOL ELECTIONS

School Council
A General Election will be held in early May 2020. The date to be confirmed once approved by the Commissioner in Executive Council.
 
This election will be held in 26 school attendance areas for between 3-7 council members.
 
To vote or to be a candidate you must be a Canadian citizen, at least 18 years of age, and either a parent of a child attending the school or a resident in the school attendance area for a minimum of three months.

TERRITORIAL ELECTIONS

There is no fixed election date for Yukon Territorial Elections. A General Election will be held any time prior to November 14, 2021. The date to be confirmed upon approval of the Commissioner in Executive Council.
 
This election will elect 19 Members of the Legislative Assembly in 19 electoral districts.
 
To vote or be a candidate you must be a Canadian citizen, at least 18 years of age, and been resident in Yukon for the previous 12 months.

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