Cabinet On the same day that the Yukon Party caucus members took the oaths as MLAs, the cabinet swearing-in ceremony took place in the foyer of the Yukon Government's Main Administration Building in Whitehorse.
What does YP stand for?
YP stands for Yukon Party (Canada)
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We have 2 other meanings of YP in our Acronym Attic
- Yard Patrol
- Years Purchase
- Yellow Pages
- Yield Point (PSI)
- Yorke Peninsula (South Australia)
- Yorkshire Post
- Young Person
- Young Professional
- Your Problem (John Cleese)
- Yucatan Peninsula
- Yuri-Prime (Westwood Studios)
- Yolk Polypeptide 1
- Yolk Protein 3 Gene
- Young Professionals for Charity (Australia)
- Yamaha Pro Audio
- Yearly Plan of Action
- Yellow Pages Advertising
- Yellow Pages Association (formerly National Yellow Pages Service Association)
- Young Performers Australia-America
- Young Performers Award (Australia; ABC Symphony Australia annual award)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Advocates of proportional representation in government had a field day criticizing the voting system after the Yukon Party captured two-thirds of the territory's 18 seats in their November 4, 2002, election -- despite claiming just 40 per cent of the popular vote.
Yukon Party candidates won a majority of the Assembly's seats, taking 11 of 19.
On November 10th, local businessman Mike Nixon was acclaimed as the Yukon Party candidate.
I sat as a councilor on our General Council before being elected to the Yukon Party in October 2006.
80, Act to Amend the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act and the Health Act Party Standings During the Fall of 2009, the Yukon Party Government was temporarily in a minority position.
Edzerza had been elected to the Legislative Assembly in 2002 as a member of the Yukon Party and served as Minister of Education, Minister of Justice and Minister responsible for the Public Service Commission between 2002 and 2006.
The Yukon Party won a majority, taking 10 of the Assembly's 18 seats.