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.


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

First Session

No: SP 35-1-30
Title: Yukon Housing Corporation Annual Report — For the year ended March 31, 2021 (Ranj Pillai)
No: LR 35-1-14
Title: Response to matter outstanding from discussion with Ms. Tredger related to general debate on Vote 18, Yukon Housing Corporation, in Bill No. 202, Second Appropriation Act 2021-22 — carbon tax tracking (Ranj Pillai)
No: FD 35-1-28
Title: Formation of Working Group on the Better Building Program, letter re (dated November 21, 2021) from Hon. Richard Mostyn, Minister of Community Services, to Gord Curran, President, Association of Yukon Communities (Richard Mostyn)
No: LR 35-1-15
Title: Response to Written Question No. 4 re: Whistle Bend school (Jeanie McLean)
No: LR 35-1-16
Title: Response to Written Question No. 11 re: individualized education plans (Jeanie McLean)
No: FD 35-1-29
Title: Amending Bill No. 8, Workers’ Safety and Compensation Act to extend occupational cancer presumptions to wildland forest firefighters, letter re (dated November 22, 2021) from Stephanie Smith, President, BC General Employees’ Union, to Hon. Richard Mostyn (Kate White)
No: SP 35-1-31
Title: 2020 Annual Report — A year of new challenges: Promoting fairness and access & privacy rights and protecting the public interest during a global pandemic — Yukon Ombudsman, Yukon Information and Privacy Commissioner, Yukon Public Interest Disclosure (Jeremy Harper)