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Won her last election, in 2019, with 51% of the vote.


Yesterday

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Recognition Of Visitors In The Gallery Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I also want to recognize one of our Pages in the House today, Ms. Brenna Willis, who is a student with Range ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Question 18-19(1): Mandate Direction for Government of the Northwest Territories Departments We are trying to be more open and transparent. I think that was a direction that we were given by the general public. It is a ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Tabled Document 20-19(1): Northwest Territories Business Development and Investment Corporation 2018-19 Annual Report Tabled Document 21-19(1): Workers' Safety and Compensation Commission Annual Report 2018 - Northwest Territories and Nunavut Tabled Document 22-19(1): Workers' Safety and Compensation Commission Northwest Territories and Nunavut 2020 Corporate Plan and 2018-2022 Strategic Plan Tabled Document 23-19(1): Northwest Territories and Nunavut Workers' Compensation Appeals Tribunal 2018 Annual Report Mr. Speaker, I wish to table the following four documents. Pursuant to section 32(2) of the Financial Administration Act, a document entitled "Northwest Territories Business Development ...

Two days ago

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Minister's Statement 1-19(1): Sessional Statement - December 2019 Mr. Speaker, I would like to welcome all my colleagues to this sitting of the Legislative Assembly. I also want to thank them on behalf of ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Question 8-19(1): Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Action Plan Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Normally, questions on this topic would go to the current Minister responsible for the Status of Women. However, in discussion with it, ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Tabled Document 3-19(1): Cabinet's Guiding Principles - 19th Legislative Assembly Mr. Speaker, I wish to table the following document entitled "Cabinet's Guiding Principles - 19th Legislative Assembly." Thank you, Mr. Speaker.

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Question 5-19(1): Ministerial Mandate Letters I'm conscious of time. We began the process of developing the mandate from the list of priorities approximately a month ago. We are still in the ...

This week

Mentioned by Nunatsiaq News Liberals promise to table UNDRIP law within one year Liberals promise to table UNDRIP law within one year  

A week ago

Mentioned by Cabin Radio Ethel Blondin-Andrew wins Maclean's lifetime achievement award Ethel Blondin-Andrew wins Maclean's lifetime achievement award  

Mentioned by iPolitics.ca iPolitics AM: Parliament set to re-open for business with throne speech, House speaker election iPolitics AM: Parliament set to re-open for business with throne speech, House speaker election  

Mentioned by The Hill Times Politics This Morning: Trudeau gets a tongue-lashing from Trump Politics This Morning: Trudeau gets a tongue-lashing from Trump  

Mentioned by Northern News Services Cochrane emerges from first-ever first ministers meeting Cochrane emerges from first-ever first ministers meeting  

Mentioned by Northern News Services Editorial: Don't drag feet on dragon of economy Editorial: Don't drag feet on dragon of economy  

Mentioned by Whitehorse Star North gaining attention at premiers' meeting North gaining attention at premiers' meeting  

Mentioned by Cabin Radio Figures show astonishing scale of escalating NWT housing crisis Figures show astonishing scale of escalating NWT housing crisis  

Mentioned by Ottawa Citizen Premiers agree to prioritize economic competitiveness and seek more health care money Premiers agree to prioritize economic competitiveness and seek more health care money  

Mentioned by Northern News Services MLAs at Metis assembly for the first time in years MLAs at Metis assembly for the first time in years  

Mentioned by Post Premiers meet outside Toronto, try to find consensus on dealing with Ottawa - Regina Leader Premiers meet outside Toronto, try to find consensus on dealing with Ottawa  

Mentioned by National Post Premiers agree to prioritize economic competitiveness and seek more health care money Premiers agree to prioritize economic competitiveness and seek more health care money  

A month ago

Posted on Twitter Today we honour those both past and present, who gave their lives for something bigger than ourselves. We thank all… https://t.co/T0oHpLXeZY

Two months ago

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Recognition Of Visitors In The Gallery Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I would like to recognize part of my family and my team. Ms. Coco Paulette; Mr. Dylan Dawe, my son; Bonita, my ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Election Of Premier Thank you, Mr. Speaker-elect. My first instinct was to say food, clothing, and shelter, housing is important. If your business is failing, how are you going ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Election Of Ministers Thank you, Mr. Speaker-elect. Many of us talked about building the relationship and working better together as Members of the Legislative Assembly. I have often said, ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Ms. Caroline Cochrane's Speech Thank you. Colleagues, I'm going to begin by thanking the constituents of Range Lake for re-electing me as your MLA. I also want to acknowledge my ...

Posted on Twitter No matter who you are voting for, I hope you make your voice heard in the territorial election tomorrow because it… https://t.co/tbPVHP9tBF

Three months ago

Posted on Twitter Congratulations to the youth that made themselves heard today in YK + across Canada! Youth age 18-35 make up ~1/3 o… https://t.co/zMO8A0HyJX

Posted on Twitter Happy Friday! Just a reminder if you want to get voting out of the way before Tuesday, you can drop by the office o… https://t.co/Fyxw7B5zWt

Posted on Twitter Thank you for the questions and conversations at the education forum tonight! #nwtpoli #rangelake https://t.co/JfZJPAyt9L

Posted on Twitter Thanks @DeneNahjo for putting on the elections forum tonight #nwtpoli #rangelake https://t.co/VfWd5ljC5j

Posted on Twitter A great day talking to constituents and other candidates #nwtpoli #rangelake https://t.co/lBWuZDFLix

Posted on Twitter Thank you to all the organizations that worked together to put together the Territorial Elections' Forum tonight!… https://t.co/wBrAI8bVD5

Posted on Twitter “I always say we’re the most famous riding in the NWT because everyone knows Wal-Mart" https://t.co/hve88CT9K9… https://t.co/bvnivMfRam

Posted on Twitter First forum for #RangeLake kicks off tonight - NWT Chamber of Commerce and NWT & NU Chamber of Mines at NUP right n… https://t.co/5zpcGovbnP

Posted on Facebook (Re-elect Caroline Cochrane for MLA Range Lake's cover photo Photo link) View post

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Posted on Facebook Its election time again! Wishing everyone who is putting their name forward the best of luck during this campaign period. Being an MLA is not an easy task ... (Photos from Re-elect Caroline Cochrane for MLA Range Lake's post Photo link) View post

More than three months ago

Posted on Facebook If you require medical care while traveling outside of Canada, your NWT Health Insurance may only cover a portion of your health care costs. Services received outside of ... ( Photo link) View post

Posted on Facebook A syphilis outbreak has been declared in NWT with the majority of cases in Yellowknife. People may not know they have it so it is important to get ... ( Photo link) View post

Posted on Facebook When I woke up this morning I didn’t think I’d be getting a chance to visit the NWT Literacy Council’s Bison Bus with Rachel Vander Veen and Mayor ... ( Photo link) View post

Posted on Facebook The 2019 Help Directory is available to all residents with updated contact information for : Addictions, counseling, mental health, hospitals and health centres, support groups, legal information, band ... (www.hss.gov.nt.ca link) View post

Voted Yes on Vote #277 on Bill , Motion 44-18(3): Dissolution of the 18th Legislative Assembly, Carried

Voted Yes on Vote #274 on Bill , Motion 41-18(3): Adoption of Code of Conduct for Members of the Legislative Assembly, Carried

Voted Yes on Vote #273 on Bill 61, Appropriations Act (Infrastructure Expenditures), 2020-2021

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Reflections on the 18th Assembly Mr. Speaker, I want to take a moment to thank everyone in this Assembly. It has been an interesting process. I think that most people know ...

Posted on Facebook Yesterday my Ministers statement was the Government of the Northwest Territories Initial Response to the Final Report of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls National Inquiry ... View post

Voted Yes on Vote #270 on Bill 45, Corrections Act

Posted on Facebook Yesterday in my Ministers statement, I gave an update on post-secondary education in the NWT. Mr. Speaker, this government is committed to ensuring that the people of the ... View post

Posted on Facebook If you know a student who will be studying outside of the NWT for more than 3 months, they will need to fill out a temporary absence form ... (Applying for Temporary Absence from the NWT | Health and Social Services link) View post

Voted Yes on Vote #269 on Bill 34, Mineral Resources Act

Voted Yes on Vote #268 on Bill 46, Public Land Act

Introduced legislation Government Bill 57, An Act to Amend the Employment Standards Act

Introduced legislation Government Bill 48, Post-Secondary Education Act

Introduced legislation Government Bill 17, An Act to Amend the Student Financial Assistance Act

Introduced legislation Government Bill 16, An Act to Amend the Social Assistance Act

Introduced legislation Government Bill 1, Western Canada Lottery Act