Yukon general election, 1982

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The 1982 Yukon general election was held on June 7, 1982 to elect members of the Legislative Assembly of the territory of Yukon, Canada. It was won by the Progressive Conservatives.

Results[edit]

  Party Leader 1978 Dissolution Seats won % change Popular vote (%)
     Progressive Conservative Chris Pearson 11 10 10 -9.1% 46.9%
     New Democratic Tony Penikett 1 3 6 +500% 35.4%
     Liberal Ron Veale 2 2 0 -100 15.0%
     Independents 2 1 0 -100% 3.8%
Total 16 16 16 - 100%

Results by riding[edit]

Electoral district Candidates   Incumbent
  PC   Liberal   NDP   Other
Campbell Robert Fleming
214
Bill Webber
43
Dave Porter
225
Robert Fleming
Faro Doris Gates
205
Wayne Peace
160
Maurice Byblow
357
Maurice Byblow
Hootalinqua Al Falle
368
Patrick James
92
Max Fraser
344
Al Falle
Klondike Clarke Ashley
306
Art Webster
283
Meg McCall
Kluane Bill Brewster
241
Alice McGuire
16
Dave Joe
196
Alice McGuire
Mayo Peter Hanson
173
Eleanor Van Bibber
35
Piers McDonald
230
Peter Hanson
Old Crow Kathie Nukon
59
Abraham Peter
29
Bruce Charlie
35
Grafton Njootli
11
Grafton Njootli
Tatchun Howard Tracey
106
Roger Coles
103
Bill Larson
101
Howard Tracey
Watson Lake Dave Rollie
142
Eileen Van Bibber
60
James Cahill
18
Don Taylor
170
Brian Shanahan
154
Don Taylor
Whitehorse North Centre Geoff Lattin
227
Bert Hadvick
65
Margaret Joe
292
Don Branigan
58
Geoff Lattin
Whitehorse Porter Creek East Dan Lang
645
Betty Toews
92
Gerry Dobson
240
Dan Lang
Whitehorse Porter Creek West Andy Philipsen
299
Lawrence Whelan
45
David Cosco
119
Doug Graham
Whitehorse Riverdale North Chris Pearson
395
Jim Kennelly
188
Velma Smith
148
Chris Pearson
Whitehorse Riverdale South Bea Firth
562
Ron Veale
469
Jon Pierce
232
Ron Veale
Whitehorse South Centre Chuck Rear
320
Carol Christian
108
Roger Kimmerly
328
Roger Kimmerly
Whitehorse West Pat Harvey
508
Adam Skrutkowski
59
Tony Penikett
541
Tony Penikett

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