Yukon MLAs to vote on cabinet minister's resignation over Hidden Valley scandal


All eyes will be on Yukon’s Legislative Assembly Wednesday afternoon, as MLAs are set to debate and vote on whether Tracy-Anne McPhee, former education minister, should resign because of her role during the Hidden Valley scandal. 

McPhee was the minister of education in 2019 when William Auclair-Bellemare, an education assistant at the Hidden Valley elementary school, was arrested and charged with sexual interference. 

Documents obtained by CBC News show that Yukon’s Department of Education wrote communications about Auclair-Bellemare’s arrest as far back as December 2019, but none were sent to parents. 

Another access to information request found a briefing note to minister McPhee in January 2020 about the situation. 

Lake Laberge MLA

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