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Yukon
The Honourable John Streicker

Minister of Community Services
Minister responsible for French Language Services Directorate
Minister responsible for Yukon Liquor Corporation
and Yukon Lottery Commission

John Streicker was elected to the Yukon Legislative Assembly in November 2016. Currently, he is the Minister of Community Services, Minister responsible for French Language Services Directorate, Minister responsible for Yukon Liquor Corporation, Yukon Cannabis Corporation, and Yukon Lottery Commission.

The first-time MLA is a professional engineer, and was a lecturer on climate change, science advisor at the Yukon Research Centre, columnist for the Whitehorse Star, and recreation director at the Marsh Lake Community Centre. He was elected to Whitehorse City Council from 2012 to 2015.

John has a particular interest in sustainability in northern communities. As an Engineer, he specialized in climate change impacts in the Canadian North, and for many years he wrote for the Encyclopedia Britannica on topics of the Arctic and climate change, as well as participating in two teaching expeditions into the Arctic.

His volunteer experience extends to a variety of events including his local ski loppet, Gran Fondo bike race, free store, and annual bridge building competition, as well as with several organizations, including the Yukon Anti-Poverty Coalition, New Year’s Family First Night, and Frostbite Music Festival.

Streicker first attended the University of Saskatchewan where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Geography, and then went to the University of New Brunswick for a Masters in engineering.

He and his wife, Susan, make their home on Marsh Lake, south of Whitehorse. He enjoys kicksledding, hiking, biking, cross country skiing, kayaking, and dancing. You can also find him playing the accordion on Canada Day and involved in the occasional acting performance through Theatre in the Bush.


Contact Information
P.O. Box 2703
Whitehorse, YT  Y1A 2C6
Phone: (867) 393-7427
john.streicker@gov.yk.ca

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