Special Committee on Electoral Reform

The Special Committee on Electoral Reform was established by Order of the Legislative Assembly on May 26, 2021 (Motion No. 61).

THAT a Special Committee on Electoral Reform be established;
THAT the Government appoint the first member to the committee;
THAT the membership of the committee also be comprised of one member from the Official Opposition caucus selected by the Leader of the Official Opposition and one member from the Third Party caucus selected by the Leader of the Third Party;
THAT the Premier, the Leader of the Official Opposition, and the Leader of the Third Party inform the Clerk of the Legislative Assembly of the names of the selected members from their respective caucuses in writing no later than seven calendar days after the adoption of this motion by the Assembly;
THAT the Chair of the committee have a deliberative vote on all matters before the committee;
THAT the committee examine electoral reform;
THAT the committee be empowered to conduct public hearings;
THAT the committee have the power to call for persons, papers, and records and to sit during intersessional periods;
THAT the committee report to the Legislative Assembly on its findings and recommendations no later than March 31, 2022;
THAT, if the House is not sitting at such time as the committee is prepared to present its report, the Chair of the committee shall transmit the committee’s report to the Speaker, who shall transmit the report to all Members of the Legislative Assembly and then, not more than one day later, release the report to the public; and
THAT the Clerk of the Legislative Assembly shall be responsible for providing the necessary support services to the committee.
 

Committee Members

John Streicker

Hon. John Streicker

Mount Lorne-Lacs du sud

Parti libéral du Yukon

Brad Cathers

Brad Cathers

Lac Laberge

Parti du Yukon

Kate White

Kate White

Chef du troisième parti

Takhini-Kopper King

Nouveau parti démocratique