This is page numbers 1921 to 1954 of the Hansard for the 16th Assembly, 3rd Session. The original version can be accessed on the Legislative Assembly's website or by contacting the Legislative Assembly Library. The word of the day was honourable.

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Motion 4-16(3) Extended Adjournment Of The House To February 4, 2009 (Motion Carried)
Motions

The Speaker Paul Delorey

The honourable Member for Hay River South, Mrs. Groenewegen.

Motion 4-16(3) Extended Adjournment Of The House To February 4, 2009 (Motion Carried)
Motions

Jane Groenewegen Hay River South

Mr. Speaker, I seek unanimous consent to deal with the motion I gave notice of earlier today.

Motion 4-16(3) Extended Adjournment Of The House To February 4, 2009 (Motion Carried)
Motions

The Speaker Paul Delorey

The Member is seeking unanimous consent to deal with the motion she gave notice of earlier today. Are there any nays?

Motion 4-16(3) Extended Adjournment Of The House To February 4, 2009 (Motion Carried)
Motions

An Honourable Member

Nay.

Motion 4-16(3) Extended Adjournment Of The House To February 4, 2009 (Motion Carried)
Motions

The Speaker Paul Delorey

I hear a nay. Motions. The honourable Member for Hay River South, Mrs. Groenewegen.

Motion 4-16(3) Extended Adjournment Of The House To February 4, 2009 (Motion Carried)
Motions

Jane Groenewegen Hay River South

Mr. Speaker, I seek unanimous consent to deal with the Ministerial Benefits Policy motion that I gave notice of earlier today.

Unanimous consent granted.

Motion 4-16(3) Extended Adjournment Of The House To February 4, 2009 (Motion Carried)
Motions

The Speaker Paul Delorey

You may proceed with your motion, Mrs. Groenewegen.

Motion 6-16(3) Ministerial Benefits Policy (Motion Carried)
Motions

October 24th, 2008

Jane Groenewegen Hay River South

Thank you, Mr. Speaker.

WHEREAS the Ministerial Benefits Policy has been tabled in this House;

AND WHEREAS the Ministerial Benefits Policy requires detailed consideration;

NOW THEREFORE I move, seconded by the honourable Member for Tu Nedhe, that Tabled Document 7-16(3), Ministerial Benefits Policy, be referred to Committee of the Whole for consideration.

Motion 6-16(3) Ministerial Benefits Policy (Motion Carried)
Motions

The Speaker Paul Delorey

Thank you, Mrs. Groenewegen. The motion is on the floor. Motion is in order. To the motion.

Motion 6-16(3) Ministerial Benefits Policy (Motion Carried)
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Some Honourable Members

Question.

Motion 6-16(3) Ministerial Benefits Policy (Motion Carried)
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The Speaker Paul Delorey

Question is being called.

Motion carried.

Motion 6-16(3) Ministerial Benefits Policy (Motion Carried)
Motions

The Speaker Paul Delorey

The honourable Member for Kam Lake, Mr. Ramsay.

Motion 6-16(3) Ministerial Benefits Policy (Motion Carried)
Motions

David Ramsay Kam Lake

Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I seek unanimous consent to return to item 7, oral questions.

Motion 6-16(3) Ministerial Benefits Policy (Motion Carried)
Motions

The Speaker Paul Delorey

The Member is seeking unanimous consent to return to item 7, oral questions.

Unanimous consent granted.

Question 45-16(3) Registration Policy Regarding Right-Hand Drive Vehicles
Oral Questions (Reversion)

David Ramsay Kam Lake

Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I had a couple of questions today for the Minister of Transportation to get to the issue of right hand drive vehicles and their registration here in the Northwest Territories.

I do believe that rules have to be applied equally and fairly across the board when dealing with our residents. In a case that was brought to my attention over the summer, there was a vehicle purchased back in May of this year. It was taken to be registered at Motor Vehicles here in Yellowknife and was denied registration. It still hasn’t been registered to this date.

At that time, the Department of Motor Vehicles and the Department of Transportation had said that no other right hand drive vehicles would be registered in the Northwest Territories, but it has come to my attention that the department has registered other right hand drive vehicles subsequent to saying no to this individual.

I would like the Minister to perhaps just give me an explanation of what their policy is when it comes to right hand drive vehicles.