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Question 696-18(3): Online Safety for Children
Oral Questions

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Caroline Cochrane Range Lake

Yes, we are always looking at upgrading what we are doing within the school curriculum. That is a normal thing.

I would like to go back to what we do for our grade four to eight students. We actually focus on five modules that provide on social networking, they talk about privacy, they talk about tricks of the trade for online advertisers, authentication skills, and judging reliably with a mock search engine, safe and wise web surfing, and the ethical use of messaging. For high school students, we use the MyWorld curriculum. There are four chapters, and they aim, again, to teach the authentication of online information, to manage your reputation and privacy online, dealing with online relationships, and acting ethically online. Again, at that age, for the high school students, we really focus on what you put out there might not be private.

We are always looking to expand and to update our curriculum, especially with technology. It changes quickly, so it is something that we monitor on a regular basis.

Question 696-18(3): Online Safety for Children
Oral Questions

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Kieron Testart Kam Lake

I know that the Minister is fond of saying, "Nothing for us without us." How are students involved in this process, and what are the feedback mechanisms that either the school boards, or the department has working in conjunction with the school boards, and the district education authorities, to ensure that students have an ability to provide feedback to these materials and so that our policies and our supports to families and our kids are informed by young people's own experiences with the Internet and other material?

Question 696-18(3): Online Safety for Children
Oral Questions

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Caroline Cochrane Range Lake

I will have to get back to the Member on that. We have 10 education authorities. We usually provide the curriculum. I am not exactly sure how they get the student feedback, but I take note, and I am expecting that they do get student feedback. If not, then I will put that forward as a recommendation. I will get back to the Member and find out if we currently do, and if we don't, my recommendation at the next education leaders meeting will be that they get as much feedback from students as possible on all topics.

Question 696-18(3): Online Safety for Children
Oral Questions

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The Speaker Jackson Lafferty

Masi. Oral questions. Item 8, written questions. Item 9, returns to written questions. Item 10, replies to the Commissioner's opening address. Item 11, petitions. Item 12, reports of standing and special committees. Member for Yellowknife Centre.

Committee Report 14-18(3): Interim Report of the Special Committee to Increase the Representation of Women in the Legislative Assembly
Reports Of Standing And Special Committees

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Julie Green Yellowknife Centre

Mr. Speaker, I seek unanimous consent to waive rule 100(4) and to have Committee Report 14-18(3), Interim Report of the Special Committee to Increase the Representation of Women in the Legislative Assembly, moved into Committee of the Whole for consideration later today. Mahsi, Mr. Speaker.

Committee Report 14-18(3): Interim Report of the Special Committee to Increase the Representation of Women in the Legislative Assembly
Reports Of Standing And Special Committees

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The Speaker Jackson Lafferty

Masi. The Member is seeking unanimous consent to waive rule 100(4) and to have Committee Report 14-18(3), Interim Report of the Special Committee to Increase the Representation of Women in the Legislative Assembly, moved into Committee of the Whole for consideration later on today.

---Unanimous consent granted

Committee Report 14-18(3) is now moved into Committee of the Whole for further consideration today. Masi. Reports of standing and special committees. Item 13, reports of committees on the review of bills. Item 14, tabling of documents. Minister of Finance.

Tabled Document 388-18(3): Supplementary Estimates (Infrastructure Expenditures), No. 1, 2019-2020 Tabled Document 389-18(3): Supplementary Estimates (Operations Expenditures), No. 1, 2019-2020 Tabled Document 390-18(3): Inter-Activity Transfers Exceeding $250,000 (April 1 to September 30, 2018)
Tabling Of Documents

March 13th, 2019

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Robert C. McLeod Inuvik Twin Lakes

Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I wish to table the following three documents entitled "Supplementary Estimates (Infrastructure Expenditures), No. 1, 2019-2020"; "Supplementary Estimates (Operations Expenditures), No. 1, 2019-2020"; and "Inter-Activity Transfers Exceeding $250,000 (April 1 to September 30, 2018)." Thank you, Mr. Speaker.

Tabled Document 388-18(3): Supplementary Estimates (Infrastructure Expenditures), No. 1, 2019-2020 Tabled Document 389-18(3): Supplementary Estimates (Operations Expenditures), No. 1, 2019-2020 Tabled Document 390-18(3): Inter-Activity Transfers Exceeding $250,000 (April 1 to September 30, 2018)
Tabling Of Documents

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The Speaker Jackson Lafferty

Masi. Tabling of documentation. Government House Leader.

Tabled Document 391-18(3): Self-Government Agreement-in-Principle for Sahtu Dene and Metis of Norman Wells
Tabling Of Documents

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Glen Abernethy Great Slave

Mr. Speaker, on behalf of the Premier, I wish to table the following document entitled "Self-Government Agreement-in-Principle for Sahtu Dene and Metis of Norman Wells." Thank you, Mr. Speaker.

Tabled Document 391-18(3): Self-Government Agreement-in-Principle for Sahtu Dene and Metis of Norman Wells
Tabling Of Documents

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The Speaker Jackson Lafferty

Masi. Tabling of documents. Minister of Industry, Tourism and Investment.

Tabled Document 392-18(3): Economic Opportunities Strategy - Connecting Businesses and Communities to Economic Opportunities: 2016 to 2018 Progress and Performance Measures Report
Tabling Of Documents

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Wally Schumann Hay River South

Mr. Speaker, I wish to table the following document entitled "Economic Opportunities Strategy - Connecting Businesses and Communities to Economic Opportunities: 2016 to 2018 Progress and Performance Measures." Thank you, Mr. Speaker.

Tabled Document 392-18(3): Economic Opportunities Strategy - Connecting Businesses and Communities to Economic Opportunities: 2016 to 2018 Progress and Performance Measures Report
Tabling Of Documents

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The Speaker Jackson Lafferty

Masi. Tabling of documents. Member for Frame Lake.

Tabled Document 393-18(3): Letter dated February 25, 2019 from the Giant Mine Oversight Board regarding Comments on the Terms of Reference for the Giant Mine Remediation Project Socio-economic Advisory Body Tabled Document 394-18(3): Terms of Reference for the Socio-Economic Advisory Body: Giant Mine Remediation Project
Tabling Of Documents

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Kevin O'Reilly Frame Lake

Merci, Monsieur le President. I have two documents that I would like to table. The first is a letter dated February 25, 2019, from the Giant Mine Oversight Board to the Giant Mine Remediation Project. The second document is a terms of reference for the socio-economic advisory body Giant Mine Remediation Project, dated January 16, 2019. Mahsi, Mr. Speaker.

Tabled Document 393-18(3): Letter dated February 25, 2019 from the Giant Mine Oversight Board regarding Comments on the Terms of Reference for the Giant Mine Remediation Project Socio-economic Advisory Body Tabled Document 394-18(3): Terms of Reference for the Socio-Economic Advisory Body: Giant Mine Remediation Project
Tabling Of Documents

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The Speaker Jackson Lafferty

Masi. Tabling of documents. Item 15, notices of motion. Item 16, notices of motion for first reading of bills. Item 17, motions. Member for Yellowknife Centre.

Motion 35-18(3): Draft Code of Conduct and Guide for Members of the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories, Carried
Motions

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Julie Green Yellowknife Centre

Mahsi, Mr. Speaker. Whereas Tabled Document 383-18(3), Draft Code of Conduct and Guide For Members of the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories, has been tabled in this House, and whereas the Draft Code of Conduct and Guide for Members of the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories requires detail consideration, now, therefore, I move, seconded by the honourable Member for Great Slave, that Tabled Document 383-18(3), Draft Code of Conduct and Guide for Members of the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories, be referred to the Standing Committee on Rules and Procedures for review and that the committee report be presented to the Legislative Assembly during its August 2019 sitting. Mahsi.