Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Mr. Speaker, we conclude our capital planning session.
Mr. Speaker, I recall growing up in the community of Colville Lake, and being mindful on the proposed new school facility gives me pleasure.
Mr. Speaker, in those early days we did not have a school in the community and therefore attended the Inuvik residential school.
Mr. Speaker, the Colville Lake First Nations built their own facility. Now, Mr. Speaker, the community children will soon be able to attend classes in a community-participation designed facility and no longer have to whisper from behind panels made from bookshelves.
Mr. Speaker, the community of Tulita held their first joint meeting with Infrastructure on their design input involvement to their community health centre, a true partnership approach by the Departments of Health and Social Services and Infrastructure.
Both buildings, Mr. Speaker, will contribute to building and strengthening community-based education and healthcare.
Mr. Speaker, advancing forward during 2019, I look forward to the community benefits by construction.
Mr. Speaker, in closing, I would like to extend best wishes to all Members for the remainder of 2018. Mahsi.