Yukon general election, 2000

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Yukon general election, 2000
Yukon
1996 ←
April 17, 2000 → 2002

17 seats of the Yukon Legislative Assembly
9 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
  LIB NDP
Leader Pat Duncan Piers McDonald John Ostashek
Party Liberal New Democratic Yukon Party
Leader's seat Porter Creek South McIntyre-Takhini (lost re-election) Porter Creek North (lost re-election)
Last election 3 11 3
Seats won 10 6 1
Seat change 7 -4 -2
Popular vote 6,092 4,677 3,466
Percentage 42.7% 32.8% 23.3%

Government Leader before election

Piers McDonald
New Democratic

Premier-designate

Pat Duncan
Liberal

The Yukon Legislature after the 2000 election.

The Yukon general election of 2000 was held on April 17, 2000 to elect members of the Yukon Legislative Assembly in the Yukon Territory in Canada. The incument NDP government was defeated by the Liberal Party who formed a majority government

Yukon Votes 2000[edit]

Electoral district Candidates   Incumbent
  Yukon   Liberal   NDP   Other
Faro Jim McLachlan
53
  Trevor Harding
177
    Trevor Harding
Klondike   Peter Jenkins
424
Stuart Schmidt
397
Aedes Scheer
249
    Peter Jenkins
Kluane Charlie Eikland
208
Gerald Brown
113
  Gary McRobb
405
    Gary McRobb
Lake Laberge Roger Gallagher
363
  Pam Buckway
514
Gary LeGoffe
182
    Pam Buckway
McIntyre-Takhini John Edzerza
265
  Wayne Jim
376
Piers McDonald
338
  Piers McDonald
Mayo-Tatchun Wilf Tuck
277
  Eric Fairclough
446
  Eric Fairclough
Mount Lorne Ken Gabb
269
  Cynthia Tucker
563
Lois Moorcroft
422
    Lois Moorcroft
Porter Creek North John Ostashek
323
  Don Roberts
504
Sidney Maddison
114
  John Ostashek
Porter Creek South Larry W Carlyle
235
  Pat Duncan
607
Mark Dupuis
103
    Pat Duncan
Riverdale North Daphne White
172
  Dale Eftoda
454
Rachael Lewis
233
    Doug Phillips
Riverdale South Ginny Macdonald
205
  Sue Edelman
422
Heather Finton
237
    Sue Edelman
Riverside Michael Wienert
100
  Scott Kent
359
Jasbir Randhawa
202
  Jack Cable
Ross River-Southern Lakes Ed Hall
150
Dorothy John
187
  Dave Keenan
357
    Dave Keenan
Vuntut Gwitchin Kathie Nukon
53
Esau Schafer
61
  Lorraine Netro
69
    Robert Bruce
Watson Lake Mickey Thomas
144
Isaac Wood
272
  Dennis Fentie
434
    Dennis Fentie
Whitehorse Centre Vicki Durrant
130
  Mike McLarnon
312
Todd Hardy
229
  Todd Hardy
Whitehorse West Elaine Taylor
425
  Dennis Schneider
621
David Sloan
480
    David Sloan

Member changes from previous election[edit]

  • Lake Laberge, Pam Buckway (Lib) elected in October 1999 by-election to replace Doug Livingston (NDP)
  • Liberals form Official Opposition, bumping the Yukon Party.