Tabled Documents

Sessional Papers

A sessional paper is a document required to be tabled in the Legislative Assembly in accordance with an act, resolution of the Assembly or Standing Order. Sessional Papers are tabled in the House during Tabling Returns and Documents.

Legislative Returns

A legislative return is a written response to: (a) a question asked during Question Period, (b) a written question that has been placed on the Order Paper, (c) a motion for the production of papers, or (d) a matter outstanding from discussion in the House or Committee of the Whole.

Filed Documents

Filed documents are documents, other than Sessional Papers, that are tabled in the House (usually during Tabling Returns and Documents) and entered into the Assembly’s Working Papers.

Petitions

A petition is a formal request made by members of the public to the Legislative Assembly for redress of a grievance.

First Session

Tabled
No.
Title
Tabled:
No: LR 35-1-122
Title: Response to Written Question No. 35 re: Emergency Medical Services coverage (Richard Mostyn)
Tabled:
No: LR 35-1-123
Title: Response to oral question from Mr. Kent re: mineral exploration industry (John Streicker)
Tabled:
No: LR 35-1-124
Title: Response to Written Question No. 14 re: Aging in Place Seniors Advisory Committee (Tracy-Anne McPhee)
Tabled:
No: LR 35-1-125
Title: Response to Written Question No. 25 re: health care in rural Yukon communities (Tracy-Anne McPhee)
Tabled:
No: LR 35-1-126
Title: Response to Written Question No. 26 re: mental health services (Tracy-Anne McPhee)
Tabled:
No: LR 35-1-127
Title: Response to Written Question No. 27 re: home care in communities (Tracy-Anne McPhee)
Tabled:
No: LR 35-1-128
Title: Response to Written Question No. 31 re: Whitehorse Correctional Centre substance use issues and supports (Tracy-Anne McPhee)
Tabled:
No: SP 35-1-141
Title: Yukon state of the environment report 2023 (Nils Clarke)
Tabled:
No: FD 35-1-169
Title: Yukon type 1 diabetes strategy, letter re (dated November 23, 2023) from Marney Paradis, Yukon T1D Support Network, to Hon. Tracy-Anne McPhee, Minister of Health and Social Services (Currie Dixon)