Marsi cho, Mr. Chairperson. After looking at this and thinking about this very thoroughly, I do have whom I consider Yellowknife constituents in the communities of Ndilo and Detah, which are within Yellowknife city limits, and I believe that I could stand and put my name forward for this nomination.
I will share this story with the other Members. Just before Christmas, we sat down as Yellowknife MLAs. We talked about different initiatives, that we could use our budgets to take part in Yellowknife events in Ndilo and around Yellowknife, and I agreed at the time. Then it came apart, and this is, kind of, a little bit humorous, but it's not. We talked about Christmas cards, and, okay, sure, we could have all the Yellowknife MLAs sit and take pictures, and we could all show to our constituents around the Yellowknife area that we are Yellowknife MLAs, and I thought, okay. I said yes originally, and then I thought, you know, I do have constituents in Lutselk'e and Deninu Kue. I don't think they'd appreciate that, so I declined.
After thinking about that, if I am good enough to be part of that conversation, to use my budget for Yellowknife events and to be part of a Christmas card, I think that I am good enough to be part of this nomination process. I thought I would just share that with you, and with that, I would like to see how my colleagues stand on this matter. Marsi cho.