Over the past few weeks, CBC Yukon has been covering the federal election campaign in the territory.
The election was triggered on Aug. 15 when Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau’s request to dissolve Parliament was approved by the governor general.
Yukoners, along with Canadians across the country, will head to the polls on Monday.
We covered local candidates, their platforms and what they are saying regarding important issues in the North.
Here’s what we covered:
On Aug. 5, Larry Bagnell, who spent much of the last 20 years as Yukon’s MP, said he wasn’t running in the next federal election. Bagnell, who had already been nominated by the local Liberal association to
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