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Sandy Silver

Klondike

Premier, Minister of the Executive Council Office and Minister of Finance. Proud to serve the riding of Klondike.

Sandy Silver was first elected as a Member of the Yukon Legislative Assembly in 2011 representing the riding of Klondike. In 2012, Sandy became the interim leader and was chosen as the permanent leader of the Yukon Liberal Party in 2014.

In 2016, Sandy led the Yukon Liberals to a majority government and was elected Premier of the Yukon and serves as the Minister of Finance and the Minister of Executive Council Office. In 2021, he was re-elected as the Premier of the Yukon and continued to serve in his Ministerial roles.

Sandy was previously a mathematics teacher at Robert Service School in his hometown of Dawson City and was an active educator in the First Nation community. He was responsible for supervising practicums for the Yukon Native Teacher Education Program and worked with the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in Justice department and the restorative justice process including Community Group Conferencing. He has worked with youth alongside the Young Offenders Act and mentored a number of at-risk teens.

Sandy has a Bachelor of Math and Psychology from Saint Francis Xavier University and a Bachelor of Education from the University of Maine.

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Sandy Silver was first elected as a Member of the Yukon Legislative Assembly in 2011 representing the riding of Klondike. In 2012, Sandy became the interim leader and was chosen as the permanent leader of the Yukon Liberal Party in 2014.

In 2016, Sandy led the Yukon Liberals to a majority government and was elected Premier of the Yukon and serves as the Minister of Finance and the Minister of Executive Council Office. In 2021, he was re-elected as the Premier of the Yukon and continued to serve in his Ministerial roles.

Sandy was previously a mathematics teacher at Robert Service School in his hometown of Dawson City and was an active educator in the First Nation community. He was responsible for supervising practicums for the Yukon Native Teacher Education Program and worked with the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in Justice department and the restorative justice process including Community Group Conferencing. He has worked with youth alongside the Young Offenders Act and mentored a number of at-risk teens.

Sandy has a Bachelor of Math and Psychology from Saint Francis Xavier University and a Bachelor of Education from the University of Maine.