Territorial political parties in the Yukon collectively raked in more than $337,000 in 2020, according to a revenue report released by Elections Yukon, a sharp increase from the $257,740 the political parties raised in 2019.
The report, released annually, outlines the various revenue streams reported by the Yukon’s registered territorial political parties every year. The 2020 report does not include donations or any other revenue associated with the last territorial election, which took place in 2021.
The Yukon Party reported the highest revenue at $176,000. That’s more than half of the total revenue reported by all four registered political parties in the territory.
The NDP brought in $91,000 while the governing Liberals
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