Yukon general election, 2002

The Yukon general election of 2002 was held to elect members of the Yukon Legislative Assembly in the Yukon Territory in Canada.

Results by party

Electoral boundary changes from last election

*The riding of Faro was represented by Trevor Harding (NDP). Jim McLachlan (Liberal) was elected in a by-election after Harding resigned. The riding disappeared, absorbed into Pelly-Nisutlin.

*The riding of Ross River Southern Lakes represented by Dave Keenan (NDP) was split, with Ross River and Teslin going in Pelly-Nisutlin, the rest (Carcross and Marsh Lake) became Southern Lakes along with the portions of the Mount Lorne riding.

*The Whitehorse riding of Riverside, (represented by Scott Kent (Lib) who moved to Porter Creek Centre), disappeared absorbed into Whitehorse Centre and Riverdale North.

*The Whitehorse riding of Copperbelt is a new riding created by splitting Whitehorse West.

*The Whitehorse riding of Porter Creek Centre is a new riding created by splitting Porter Creek North.

Member changes from last election

*James R. McLachlan (Liberal) elected in a by-election in the riding of Faro after the resignation of Trevor Harding in 2000.

*Dennis Fentie (NDP) defects to the Yukon Party in May 2002 and became leader one month later.

*Mike McLarnon (Liberal) defects and becomes an Independent in May 2002.

*Wayne Jim (Liberal) defects and becomes an Independent in May 2002.

*Don Roberts (Liberal) defects and becomes an Independent in May 2002.


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