Yukoners are heading to the polls today.
Since 2002 the territory has been governed by the conservative leaning Yukon Party.
The opposition NDP and Liberals are both campaigning to put a price on carbon, while Premier Darrell Pasloski has stood opposed to the idea.
As for indigenous/aboriginal candidates in the race, the Liberals have four, Yukon Party has three, the NDP has two, and one is running as an independent.
According to a report from the Canadian Press, a Datapath poll from mid October, shows a tie between the Liberal’s and Yukon Party, with Liz Hanson’s New Democrats not far behind. The poll had 626 respondents with only 10 per cent undecided.
Voters have until 8 o’clock pacific time this evening to cast a ballot for the 19 seats up grabs.