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Biographies - Yukon


Arntzne, Haakon (Copperbelt)
Cardiff, Steve (Mount Lorne)
Cathers, Brad (Lake Laberge)
Duncan, Pat, B.A. (Porter Creek South)
Edzerza, Hon. John (McIntyre—Takhini) Minister of Education and Minister of Justice
Fairclough, Eric (MayoTatchun)
Fentie, Hon. Dennis (Watson Lake) Premier, Minister of Finance, and Minister of the Executive Council Office (Responsible for Land Claims and the Youth Directorate)
Hardy, Todd (Whitehorse Centre) Leader of the Official Opposition
Hart, Hon. Glenn (Riverdale South) Minister of Highways and Public Works and Minister of Community Services
Hassard, Dean (Pelly—Nisutlin)
Jenkins, Hon. Peter William (Klondike) Minister of Environment, Minister of Health and Social Services, and Minister Responsible for Yukon Workers' Compensation Health and Safety Board
Kenyon, Hon. Jim (Porter Creek North) Minister of Economic Development, Minister Responsible for Yukon Liquor Corporation, and Minister Responsible for Yukon Housing Corporation
Lang, Hon. Archie (Porter Creek Centre) Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources, Minister Responsible for the Yukon Development Corporation and Yukon Energy Corporation
McRobb, Gary Douglas (Kluane)
Peter, Lorraine (Vuntut Gwitchin)
Rouble, Patrick (Southern Lakes) Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Assembly
Staffen, Hon. Ted, B.A. (Riverdale North) Speaker of the Yukon Legislative Assembly
Taylor, Hon. Elaine, B.A. (Whitehorse West) Minister of Tourism and Culture, Minister Responsible for the Public Service Commission, and Minister Responsible for the Women's Directorate

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