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Tracy-Anne McPhee

Riverdale South

Deputy Premier, Minister of Justice and Minister of Health and Social Services, and Government House Leader. Proud to serve the riding of Riverdale South.

Tracy McPhee was elected to the Yukon Legislative Assembly in the 2016 general election. Since December 2016, she has had the honour of serving the territory as Attorney General, Minister of Justice and Minister of Education. She also serves as Government House Leader.

In her previous career, she was senior legal counsel, an educator and consultant. Tracy served as Yukon Ombudsman and Information and Privacy Commissioner for a five-year term. Her legal work focused on criminal prosecutions, administrative law, labour and child protection cases. She also helped develop the Yukon Domestic Violence Treatment Option Court and served as the executive director of the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre. She has owned and operated four small businesses in the territory.

Tracy’s volunteer work has included serving as President of the Canadian Federation of Law Societies, first female president of the Law Society of Yukon, Maddison chair in Northern Justice, Yukon Law Foundation and senior positions with the Canadian Bar Association, both locally and nationally. She served as a board member of the Whitehorse Food Bank, as vice-chair of MacBride Museum of Yukon History and as co-chair of the F.H. Collins School Council.

Tracy has a Bachelor of Arts from Dalhousie University, a Bachelor of Education from St. Mary’s University and an L.L.B. from Dalhousie University Law School. She believes in life-long learning and has developed and taught numerous administrative law training courses and law courses at Yukon University.

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Tracy McPhee was elected to the Yukon Legislative Assembly in the 2016 general election. Since December 2016, she has had the honour of serving the territory as Attorney General, Minister of Justice and Minister of Education. She also serves as Government House Leader.

In her previous career, she was senior legal counsel, an educator and consultant. Tracy served as Yukon Ombudsman and Information and Privacy Commissioner for a five-year term. Her legal work focused on criminal prosecutions, administrative law, labour and child protection cases. She also helped develop the Yukon Domestic Violence Treatment Option Court and served as the executive director of the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre. She has owned and operated four small businesses in the territory.

Tracy’s volunteer work has included serving as President of the Canadian Federation of Law Societies, first female president of the Law Society of Yukon, Maddison chair in Northern Justice, Yukon Law Foundation and senior positions with the Canadian Bar Association, both locally and nationally. She served as a board member of the Whitehorse Food Bank, as vice-chair of MacBride Museum of Yukon History and as co-chair of the F.H. Collins School Council.

Tracy has a Bachelor of Arts from Dalhousie University, a Bachelor of Education from St. Mary’s University and an L.L.B. from Dalhousie University Law School. She believes in life-long learning and has developed and taught numerous administrative law training courses and law courses at Yukon University.