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

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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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