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Bill 35: Supplementary Appropriations Act (Operations Expenditures), No. 1, 2021-2022
Third Reading Of Bills

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Speaker

Thank you, Minister. The Minister's requested a recorded vote. Motion is in order. To the motion?

Bill 35: Supplementary Appropriations Act (Operations Expenditures), No. 1, 2021-2022
Third Reading Of Bills

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Some Hon Members

Question.

Bill 35: Supplementary Appropriations Act (Operations Expenditures), No. 1, 2021-2022
Third Reading Of Bills

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Speaker

Question has been called. All those in favour, please rise.

Bill 35: Supplementary Appropriations Act (Operations Expenditures), No. 1, 2021-2022
Third Reading Of Bills

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Deputy Clerk Of The House Mr. Glen Rutland

The Member for Yellowknife South. The Member for Yellowknife Centre. The Member for Hay River South. The Member for Thebacha. The Member for Nahendeh. The Member for Sahtu. The Member for Hay River North. The Member for Kam Lake. The Member for Frame Lake. The Member for Yellowknife North.

Bill 35: Supplementary Appropriations Act (Operations Expenditures), No. 1, 2021-2022
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Speaker

All those opposing, please rise. All those abstaining, please rise. The results of the recorded vote, ten in favour, zero opposed, zero abstentions. The motion is carried. Bill 35 has had third reading.

---Carried

Third reading of bills. Mr. Clerk, orders of the day.

Orders Of The Day
Orders Of The Day

June 4th, 2021

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Deputy Clerk Of The House Mr. Glen Rutland

Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Orders of the day for Thursday, October 14th, 1:30 p.m.:

Prayer

Ministers' statements

Members' statements

Returns to oral questions

Recognition of visitors in the gallery

Acknowledgements

Oral questions

Written questions

Returns to written questions

Replies to the Commissioner's address

Petitions

Reports of committees on review of bills

Reports of standing and special committees

Tabling of documents

Notices of motion

Motions

Notices of motion for first reading of reading of bills

First reading of bills

Second reading of bills

Consideration in Committee of the Whole of bills and other matters.

Report of Committee of the Whole

Third reading of bills

Orders of the day

Orders Of The Day
Orders Of The Day

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Speaker

Colleagues, before we end the day, I just want to take a few moments to thank everyone who has made this sitting possible, especially our interpreters, masi cho. Our contractors who help us keep this place running smoothly. We couldn't do this work without you.

---Applause

I also want to thank each of you. I know this was not a long sitting but there were long days in committees, in the House, and together we were able to get a lot done. I thank each of you for your hard work and dedication. You should be proud of the work you do here. I know I am proud to be a part of it.

Colleagues, this House will not sit again until the fall. But I know we will all be busy. The work of government and committees and all MLAs will continue so we can continue to serve our constituents and all residents of the territory.

Although we will remain busy in our roles as MLAs, regular Members, and Members of the Executive Council, I remind Members to take some time to take care of themselves and to enjoy the company of those closest to us. Our jobs require a great deal of sacrifice from our family and closest friends. Please take time to let them know how much we appreciate their efforts and sacrifice.

I know many people are looking forward to enjoying our beautiful northern summer. I certainly am. For those of you who will be travelling, please do so safely. For those of you who will be out on the land, please remember to do so with great respect for our natural environment. Recent news of travel exemptions that would allow travel to and from the Yukon is welcoming news, especially for the residents of my region in the Beaufort Delta and the northern-most communities in the territory. We can finally see some light at the end of the tunnel. With the expected update on the Emerging Wisely plan expected next week, we are looking forward to more good news. Although some restrictions may be easing, I would like to remind all Members and all residents to continue their safe hygiene practices and physical distancing and to follow all orders of the chief public health officer. We must all do our part to help keep the territories safe and to protect each over, especially our most vulnerable populations. Mr. Clerk, orders of the day. Oh, already, sorry.

This House stands adjourned until Thursday, October 14th, 2021, at 1:30 p.m.

---Adjournment

The House adjourned at 12:21 p.m.