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This bill was last introduced in the 17th Assembly, 5th Session, which ended in October 2015.

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Votes

  • June 3, 2015 Passed Mr. Speaker, I move, seconded by the honourable Member for Yellowknife South, that Bill 44, An Act to Amend the Hospital Insurance and Health and Social Services Administration Act, be read for the third time. Thank you, Mr. Speaker.
  • Feb. 10, 2015 Passed Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I move, seconded by the honourable Member for Tu Nedhe, that Bill 44, An Act to Amend the Hospital Insurance and Health and Social Services Administration Act, be read for the second time. Mr. Speaker, this bill includes amendments to the Hospital Insurance and Health and Social Services Administration Act that would require the Minister to: • develop a territorial plan for health and social services; • authorize the Minister to establish regional councils to provide advice with respect to health services and social services; • authorize the Minister to establish a territorial health and social services authority to replace a number of boards of management; • address matters relating to the transition of responsibility from boards of management to the territorial health and social services authority; • require investigations into harmful events experienced by patients and clients receiving health and social services; • set out powers and duties of inspectors and investigators; • make consequential amendments to a number of other acts; and • make other related amendments to update the act. Thank you, Mr. Speaker.
  • Feb. 9, 2015 Passed Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I move, seconded by the honourable Member for Thebacha, that Bill 44, An Act to Amend the Hospital Insurance and Health and Social Services Administration Act, be read for the first time. Thank you, Mr. Speaker.