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MLA for Range Lake

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


Yesterday

Posted on Twitter Residents want a government that is open, transparent and reflective of their interests as we fulfill our Mandate.… https://t.co/Wq4a21vANL

Posted on Twitter I’m looking forward to being before the Standing Committee on Accountability and Oversight with Minister Green and… https://t.co/7flXieX05T

Mentioned by CBC.ca Northerners hopeful after throne speech Northerners hopeful after throne speech  

Two days ago

Mentioned by My Yellowknife Now Premier Cochrane hopeful for federal plans to end homelessness Premier Cochrane hopeful for federal plans to end homelessness  

Posted on Twitter We are committed to improving the lives of NWT residents. To achieve this, we need a committed partner in Canada, t… https://t.co/M3CNLFl04f

Three days ago

Posted on Twitter Mandate letters hold Cabinet accountable for priorities outlined in our Mandate. These commitments act as a clear g… https://t.co/jykCKW1nr3

This week

Posted on Twitter John Turner impacted the lives of some of the most vulnerable and marginalized Canadians, and paved the way for man… https://t.co/tuV7f3Lg3p

Posted on Twitter Last week, Premiers asked Canada to support economic recovery by investing $100 billion in infrastructure over 10 y… https://t.co/y7BxRLjSX6

A week ago

Mentioned by NNSL Media Premier Cochrane releases mandate letters for ministers of Legislative Assembly Premier Cochrane releases mandate letters for ministers of Legislative Assembly  

Mentioned by CBC.ca N.W.T. premier releases new mandate letters for ministers N.W.T. premier releases new mandate letters for ministers  

Mentioned by Cabin Radio No changes to NWT's pandemic recovery plan, for now No changes to NWT's pandemic recovery plan, for now  

Mentioned by Cabin Radio Business groups query NWT's plan for Covid-19 Secretariat Business groups query NWT's plan for Covid-19 Secretariat  

Two weeks ago

Mentioned by Eye on the Arctic Chamber of Commerce in Canada's Northwest Territories balks at price tag for new COVID-19 secretariat Chamber of Commerce in Canada's Northwest Territories balks at price tag for new COVID-19 secretariat  

Mentioned by CBC.ca N.W.T. Chamber of Commerce balks at price tag for new COVID-19 secretariat N.W.T. Chamber of Commerce balks at price tag for new COVID-19 secretariat  

Mentioned by CBC.ca N.W.T. MLA demands apology for premier's 'colonialist' comparison of MLAs to children N.W.T. MLA demands apology for premier's 'colonialist' comparison of MLAs to children  

Posted on Twitter Earlier this week #Cabinet held a media event to discuss Ministerial portfolios. The rest of the week, Ministers ha… https://t.co/Gg9T7TtyRG

Mentioned by CBC.ca N.W.T.'s newest health minister on why she asked for the portfolio N.W.T.'s newest health minister on why she asked for the portfolio  

Posted on Twitter I’d like to extend my condolences to the Cleary family for the passing of George Clearly late last week. On behalf… https://t.co/ZBXdHBQ6xH

Mentioned by CBC.ca It's official — N.W.T. cabinet is shuffled. Here's what the premier, ministers had to say about it It's official — N.W.T. cabinet is shuffled. Here's what the premier, ministers had to say about it  

Posted on Twitter Congratulations to Delores Vittrekwa from the Beaufort Delta who is the 2020 Council of Federation Literacy award w… https://t.co/bbmRcWLNAo

Posted on Twitter Happy International Literacy Day! Each year on this day, efforts are made globally to raise awareness of the import… https://t.co/6O1hPp3EHu

Mentioned by Cabin Radio NWT's new Covid-19 secretariat set to cost more than $86M NWT's new Covid-19 secretariat set to cost more than $86M  

A month ago

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Review And Adoption Of Guidelines And Procedures Thank you, Mr. Chair. This puts me in a difficult position. There are conventions that we do. There was a reason for it. We haven't had ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Motion 12-19(2): Revocation of Appointment to the Executive Council, Carried Mr. Speaker, the events that have caused us to be here today are unfortunate. My revoking of the Minister's portfolios, and this motion, were decisions not ...

Voted Yes on Vote #64 on Bill , Motion 12-19(2): Revocation of Appointment to the Executive Council, Carried

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Motion 12-19(2): Revocation of Appointment to the Executive Council Mr. Speaker, I give notice that, on Wednesday, August 26, 2020, I will move the following motion: Now therefore, I move, seconded by the Honourable Member ...

More than three months ago

Voted Yes on Vote #63 on Bill 10, Temporary Variation of Statutory Time Periods (COVID-19 Pandemic Measures) Act

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Question 334-19(2): Edehzhie National Wildlife Area What I can say is that, when I first became the Premier and the Minister of Executive and Indigenous Affairs, I flew in, back in those ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Question 340-19(2): Domestic Violence Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Domestic violence is not okay, and it affects many, many people in the Northwest Territories and throughout Canada. The Member is right; ...

Voted Yes on Vote #43 on Bill 10, Temporary Variation of Statutory Time Periods (COVID-19 Pandemic Measures) Act

Voted Yes on Vote #61 on Bill 8, Supplementary Appropriations Act (Infrastructure Expenditures), No. 2, 2020-2021

Voted Yes on Vote #60 on Bill 9, Supplementary Appropriations Act (Operations Expenditures), No. 1, 2020-2021

Voted Yes on Vote #41 on Bill 8, Supplementary Appropriations Act (Infrastructure Expenditures), No. 2, 2020-2021

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Minister's Statement 54-19(2): The Emergency Management Organization and Community and Indigenous Engagement on COVID-19 Response Mr. Speaker, the COVID-19 pandemic is a global crisis on a level the world has not seen in generations. Taking action to slow its spread and ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Question 314-19(2): Salt River First Nation Claim Implementation This is critical. I mean, it's too bad COVID-19 hit, because people need to go into the communities and see how people are living. The Regular ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Question 322-19(2): Communications within Northwest Territories Legislative Assembly Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I've only been in the Assembly here, this is my second Assembly, but I think this is probably an age-old question, in ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Question 306-19(2): Changes to Public Health Orders and the Border Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I first want to state that the Chief Public Health Officer has the autonomy in order to make orders, and it is ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Question 311-19(2): Opening of Borders to All Residents Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I can't talk for Dr. Kandola. She's not here to speak for herself. I can talk about my understanding of phase 1 ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Question 308-19(2): Balancing Health Protection and Economic Recovery Actually, at the Cabinet table, we never actually said, "Do we want people to stay or not?" That wasn't the question, but the reality is, with ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Question 302-19(2): Pan-Territorial Travel Zone Thank you, Mr. Speaker. There were negotiations going on. There weren't negotiations; there were talks going on. That is the problem with having different tables, Mr. ...

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

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

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

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

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