Get Involved

Now is the time to get involved in helping determine if Yukon votes differently in the future, and if so, how.

L’information en français est disponible sur le site Web de l’Assemblée législative.

How Can I Participate?


Haines Junction
Thursday, July 14, 2022
6pm – 8pm
Da Kų Cultural Centre
280 Alaska Hwy, Haines Junction

Teslin
Tuesday, July 26, 2022
6pm – 8pm
Tom Dewhurst Recreation Centre
39 Nisutlin Drive, Teslin

Watson Lake
Wednesday, July 27, 2022
6pm – 8pm
Morgan Chaddock Recreation Centre
Lakeview Avenue, Watson Lake

Dawson City
Thursday, September 1, 2022
6pm - 8pm
Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in Community Hall
1242 Front St, Dawson City

Whitehorse
Wednesday, September 7, 2022
6pm – 8pm
Best Western Gold Rush Inn - Town Hall
411 Main Street, Whitehorse

Mayo
Tuesday, September 13, 2022
6pm - 8pm
Mayo Recreation Centre - Curling Lounge
310 6th Avenue, Mayo

Carmacks
Wednesday, September 14, 2022
6pm - 8pm
Carmacks Recreation Centre - Gymnasium
121 River Drive, Carmacks

The goal of the public hearings is to gather input from the public. Individuals who would like to present their opinions to the Special Committee are encouraged to register in advance by emailing SCER@yukon.ca or by calling the Legislative Assembly Office at (867) 667-5494.

Individuals wanting to participate through Zoom must also register in advance by accessing the following link:
Zoom

Following the hearings, transcripts and recordings will be available.Public hearings are being held in the following Yukon communities:
Mayo Recreation Centre - Curling Lounge
310 6th Avenue, Mayo

Haines Junction
Thursday, July 14, 2022
6pm – 8pm
Da Kų Cultural Centre
280 Alaska Hwy, Haines Junction

Teslin
Tuesday, July 26, 2022
6pm – 8pm
Tom Dewhurst Recreation Centre
39 Nisutlin Drive, Teslin

Watson Lake
Wednesday, July 27, 2022
6pm – 8pm
Morgan Chaddock Recreation Centre
Lakeview Avenue, Watson Lake

Dawson City
Thursday, September 1, 2022
6pm - 8pm
Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in Community Hall
1242 Front St, Dawson City

Whitehorse
Wednesday, September 7, 2022
6pm – 8pm
Best Western Gold Rush Inn - Town Hall
411 Main Street, Whitehorse

The goal of the public hearings is to gather input from the public. Individuals who would like to present their opinions to the Special Committee are encouraged to register in advance by emailing SCER@yukon.ca or by calling the Legislative Assembly Office at (867) 667-5494.

Individuals wanting to participate through Zoom must also register in advance by accessing the following link:
Zoom

Following the hearings, transcripts and recordings will be available.Public hearings are being held in the following Yukon communities:

About the Special Committee

The Special Committee on Electoral Reform is an all-party committee of the Legislative Assembly tasked with examining electoral reform and reporting to the Legislative Assembly on its findings and recommendations. To that end, the Special Committee is committed to informing and consulting Yukoners on the potential of changing our electoral system and the possible options therein.

As part of this process, the Special Committee commissioned Dr. Keith Archer - an Elections Consultant and former Chief Electoral Officer for Elections BC - to provide a report on potential options for electoral reform. The final report outlined a variety of possible options suited to the Yukon.

Read The report
Read The Summary
Expert hearings