Yukon general election, 1900
The six-member Yukon Territorial Council was expanded to eight by adding two elected members. This was the smallest general election in Canadian history.
The election was held in a territory wide block style vote with no constituencies. In total four candidates contested the election for the two seats. Two Government candidates and two Yukon Party candidates.
The official returns were read by appointed councilor Joseph Clarke.
|Yukon Party||Arthur Wilson||1,326||%|
|Yukon Party||Alex Prud'homme||1,134||%|
- Steven Smyth, The Yukon's Constitutional Foundations: Volume One, The Yukon Chronology (1897-1999). Clairedge Press, 1999.
- "The Yukon Speaks". The Gazette Montreal. December 13, 1900. p. 6.
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