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Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery
Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery

Daryl Dolynny Range Lake

Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I’d like to say welcome to recently re-elected Mr. Todd Parsons, Mary Lou Cherwaty, Amanda Mallon, Ann

Costache, Yvonne Quick. I’m sorry if I’ve missed people from behind I can’t see.

Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery
Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery

The Speaker Jackie Jacobson

Thank you, Mr. Dolynny. The honourable Member for Nahendeh, Mr. Menicoche.

Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery
Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery

Kevin A. Menicoche Nahendeh

Thank you very much, Mr. Speaker. …(inaudible)…constituent in the gallery. I apologize if I missed anybody else. Ms. Veronica Grossetete from Fort Simpson.

Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery
Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery

The Speaker Jackie Jacobson

Thank you, Mr. Menicoche. The Member for Monfwi, Mr. Lafferty.

Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery
Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery

Jackson Lafferty Monfwi

Mahsi, Mr. Speaker. [Translation] I would also like to recognize some visitors in the gallery. My mother and father, who are Dora Marie and Maurice Lafferty, and my brother, and all the people who have supported me from Monfwi region. Also, there are a lot of Tlicho citizens from the Monfwi region. I would like to have them recognized in the gallery.

Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery
Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery

The Speaker Jackie Jacobson

Thank you, Mr. Lafferty. Mr. Robert McLeod.

Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery
Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery

Robert C. McLeod Inuvik Twin Lakes

Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I’d like to welcome my wife, Judy, to the gallery. It’s a very special day for me today. I’m 51 years old. I’m still a grandson. I have my grandmother in the gallery.

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I’d also like to recognize Margaret Gordon and Cheryl Wright, constituents of Inuvik Twin Lakes. Sarah Jerome is a constituent of Inuvik Twin Lakes.

Behind me I think are the Inuvik Drummers and Dancers. I’d like to recognize them, especially the ones from Inuvik Twin Lakes.

Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery
Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery

The Speaker Jackie Jacobson

Thank you, Mr. McLeod. The Member for Inuvik Boot Lake, Mr. Moses.

Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery
Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery

October 27th, 2011

Alfred Moses Inuvik Boot Lake

Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I would like to welcome all Inuvik members here to the gallery here today. The Inuvik Drummers and Dancers, of course, who are going to put on a great performance later on for us.

I’d also like to recognize William Greenland, a relative, and also I’d like to recognize Dave Reid, president of the NWT Teachers’ Association, and elder Sarah Tingmiak, who has done a lot for our community.

Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery
Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery

The Speaker Jackie Jacobson

Thank you, Mr. Moses. Member for Hay River South, Mrs. Groenewegen.

Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery
Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery

Jane Groenewegen Hay River South

Thank you, Mr. Speaker. It’s my pleasure today to welcome two community leaders from Hay River: local businessman and Hay River mayor, Kelly Schofield.

Also from Hay River today, Mike Maher, who is a business development officer for ITI, the public administrator for the Hay River Health Authority, and the deputy mayor of Hay River.

I’d also like to recognize my very long-serving constituency assistant, Wendy Morgan.

Could I also please recognize, although she’s not my constituent she is my hero, Cece McCauley, the head of the Northwest Territories chapter of the Women Warriors.

Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery
Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery

The Speaker Jackie Jacobson

Thank you, Mrs. Groenewegen. Member for Hay River North, Mr. Bouchard.

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Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery

Robert Bouchard Hay River North

Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I’d like to recognize a couple of constituents as well. The acting president and CEO of the Power Corporation, Emanuel DaRosa.

Also a long-term resident of Hay River and part snowbird, Tracy Therrien.

Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery
Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery

The Speaker Jackie Jacobson

Thank you, Mr. Bouchard. Member for Great Slave, Mr. Abernethy.

Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery
Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery

Glen Abernethy Great Slave

Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I’d like to recognize a few constituents of the Great Slave riding: Bill Aho; Todd Parsons, who is the president of the UNW; Bren Kolson; Ilene Roth; David Brock; Kathy Paul-Drover; Bronwyn Watters; Penny Ballantyne; Paul Guy; Gary Bohnet; Mike Aumond; and my beautiful wife, Carolyn Smith; and, of course, my mom and dad, although they’re not from the Great Slave riding they’re up there too, Dick and Loretta Abernethy.