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MLA for Yellowknife Centre

Won her last election, in 2015, with 55% of the vote.


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Posted on Twitter Hey Standing Committee on Economic Development & Environment! @coryvmlayknorth @kevinframelake @KieronTestart The S… https://t.co/hsJAsXRvPK

Yesterday

Posted on Facebook A few pictures from the Northern Housing Summit held by the NWT Housing Corporation in Inuvik over the last couple of days. Terrific turnout from community leadership. Straight ... (Photos from Julie Green MLA Yellowknife Centre's post Photo link) View post

Posted on Twitter Mayor Ray Rueben of Paulatuk says it’s time to participate in decisions about where NWTHC homes are located and wha… https://t.co/SC7KPw9G7u

Posted on Facebook We remember. ( Photo link) View post

Posted on Twitter #warriors take responsibility for where they are at. With the elders they create a vision.” Douglas Cardinal… https://t.co/0mmrASbCKn

Posted on Twitter Also to practice safe sex with a condom (available from public health) #NWT #Yellowknife https://t.co/fgKigf5GJS

Posted on Twitter 85 year old Douglas Cardinal: “the elders told us we are warriors. Warriors are not victims.”… https://t.co/VlwjbMIyu2

Two days ago

Posted on Twitter Top row: 17 unit bldg for singles, bottom left renovated & improved homeless shelter, accessible duplex. More… https://t.co/CUDNbm7MJA

Posted on Twitter Triplex designed & built by NAPPAG ⁦@InuvialuitCorp⁩ ready by June for #NWT Housing Corp with focus on… https://t.co/uWewTZCuDE

Posted on Twitter Tom Williams Housing Corp #NWT is keen to get the $60m fed housing co-investment Fund out the door so take up his… https://t.co/ljYRTypRnI

Posted on Twitter Good news for KFN: the 18 year quest to make the six empty homes available to band members has come to a successful… https://t.co/s1BMz8cGHK

Posted on Twitter Nellie Cournoyea thank you for being a strong role model for me & other northern leaders! #northernhousingsummit https://t.co/UhvsbFSY6r

Three days ago

Posted on Facebook Back in Inuvik this time for the northern housing summit hosted by NWTHC. Lots of community people here. I hope this time is productive. ( Photo link) View post

A week ago

Posted on Facebook A friend recommended this interview to me and it really resonated. I think I better read the book. (Harold R. Johnson on changing the narrative around alcohol in Indigenous communities | CBC Radio link) View post

Posted on Facebook The deadline for nominations for the Order of the NWT is April 29, 2019. The nomination form is available here: https://www.... (Order of The Northwest Territories | Legislative Assembly of The Northwest Territories link) View post

Posted on Facebook Here is a wonderful opportunity to recognize and thank a teacher who has made his/her mark on education. All the info you need to nominate someone is at ... (Education Hall of Fame | Education, Culture and Employment link) View post

Posted on Facebook Thank you Rainbow Coalition for the invitation to have lunch with future leaders. While so many things haven’t changed since I came out it’s great to have an ... ( Photo link) View post

Posted on Facebook Letter to the Yellowknifer Editor, Your editorial "In YK, territorial elections are a joke" (April 5, 2019) is a disservice to voters because it includes false and incomplete ... ( Photo link) View post

Two weeks ago

Posted on Facebook MLAs toured the new hospital early this morning in areas where work is complete. I was impressed with the big spaces and big windows. Thanks to Kim Riles ... (New Stanton Hospital Tour Photo link) View post

Posted on Facebook Welcome to the Day of Pink, a day to highlight bullying, homophobia and transphobia (a cousin of Pink Shirt Day held on February 27 at the Legislative Assembly). ... ( Photo link) View post

A month ago

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Committee Motion 128-18(3): Independent Commission to Review Members' Benefits and Compensation2018 Report on Members' Compensation and Benefits - Detailed Policy on Allowable Expenses, Defeated Mr. Chair, as with the last recommendation, this recommendation is redundant. The expense allowance paid to all Members will remain non-accountable and will become taxable or ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Committee Motion 121-18(3): Tabled Document 237-18(3): Independent Commission to Review Members' Benefits and Compensation 2018 Report on Members' Compensation and Benefits - Publication of Members' Expenses, Carried Mr. Chair, the Legislative Assembly currently publishes details of Members' constituency budget expenditures as an appendix to its annual report. I note that the Speaker tabled ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Committee Motion 126-18(3): Tabled Document 237-18(3): Independent Commission to Review Members' Benefits and Compensation 2018 Report on Members' Compensation and Benefits - Accountability for Non-Taxable Allowances, Defeated Mr. Chair, last year, the Government of Canada announced that non-taxable allowances paid to politicians would become taxable as of January 1st this year. Currently, all ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Committee Motion 120-18(3): Tabled Document 237-18(3): Independent Commission to Review Members' Benefits and Compensation 2018 Report on Members' Compensation and Benefits - GNWT Employee and Family Assistance Program Access, Carried Mr. Chair, Members of the Legislative Assembly, like members of the public service, have access to the GNWT Employee and Family Assistance Program. Access to this ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Committee Motion 123-18(3): Tabled Document 237-18(3): Independent Commission to Review Members' Benefits and Compensation 2018 Report on Members' Compensation and Benefits - Members' Access to Benefits, Defeated Thank you, Mr. Chair. I move that this Assembly recommend that, if it is decided to not pay for the same level of medical travel, health, ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Committee Motion 122-18(3): Tabled Document 237-18(3): Independent Commission to Review Members' Benefits and Compensation 2018 Report on Members' Compensation and Benefits - Public Service Health Care Plan Dues, Carried Mr. Chair, there is currently a disparity between the health benefits provided to Regular Members and Members of the Executive Council, as well as premiums paid ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Recorded Vote Mr. Chair, I wish to thank the 2018 Independent Commission to Review Members' Compensation and Benefits for their important work and for their considered recommendations. As ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Motion to Amend Committee Motion 124-18(3), Carried Thank you, Mr. Chair. I move that the motion be amended by striking out the words "increased from $3,194 to $6,296 per year" and substituting the ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Investment in Infrastructure for Accessible Child Care Mahsi, Mr. Speaker. I have spoken many times in this House about the need for accessible and affordable childcare. It is one of our mandate commitments, ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Motion 37-18(3): Extended Adjournment of the House to May 23, 2019, Carried Mr. Speaker, this is the moment I have been waiting for. I MOVE, seconded by the honourable Member for Great Slave, that, notwithstanding Rule 4, when ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Consideration In Committee Of The Whole Of Bills And Other Matters Masi, Mr. Chair. I am pleased to provide opening comments on this matter. In October 2017, an independent commission was established by the Speaker to review ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Committee Motion 118-18(3): Tabled Document 237-18(3): Independent Commission to Review Members' Benefits and Compensation 2018 Report on Members' Compensation and Benefits - Exit Strategy for Members of the Legislative Assembly, Carried Mr. Chair, this recommendation, as well as the next two, address the supports that are provided to Members who do not return to the next Assembly. ...

Two months ago

Voted No on Vote #182 on Bill 42, An Act to Amend the Petroleum Products Tax Act

More than three months ago

Mentioned by Northern News Services Yk MLA criticizes arts centre for postponing fire victims fundraiser Yellowknife Centre MLA Julie Green is criticizing the Northern Arts and Cultural Centre after the organization postponed a fundraising concert for victims of the Rockhill Apartments fire. The concert was supposed to take place Dec. 4 but NACC has ...

Mentioned by CBC.ca Following Yukon, NWT commits to funding 'abortion pill' Following the Yukon's lead, the N.W.T. will cover the cost of Mifegymiso, commonly known as the "abortion pill," for individuals with no other insurance. Minister of Health and Social Services Glen Abernethy made the announcement in the Legislative ...

Mentioned by CKLB News (press release) Two NWT cabinet ministers survive non-confidence votes Two NWT cabinet ministers survive non-confidence votes. TOPICS:Ministers ... Glen Abernethy remains Health and Social Services Minister after MLAs voted 11-7 against a motion to remove him. MLAs Julie Green, Frederick Blake, Danny McNeely and Herb ...

Mentioned by Cabin Radio Ministers Schumann and Abernethy survive removal votes MLAs voted 12 to six to keep Schumann in office, then preserved Abernethy's place in cabinet by 11 votes to seven. Yellowknife Centre MLA Julie Green dramatically backed Abernethy after a lengthy critique of his government's social services record ...

Mentioned by CBC.ca NWT Infrastructure Minister survives non-confidence vote, MLAs debate Health Minister's fate The motion to remove Schumann from cabinet was brought forth by Kam Lake MLA Testart, who gave a scathing statement criticizing his handling of an MTS barge cancellation earlier this month that left the N.W.T. community of Paulatuk and the Nunavut ...

Mentioned by Cabin Radio Schumann survives removal attempt, Abernethy vote to come Infrastructure Minister Wally Schumann survived a bid to remove him from cabinet by 12 votes to six in the legislature on Wednesday. Schumann was supported by Nunakput MLA Herb Nakimayak – whose constituents are at the heart of the barge resupply ...

Mentioned by Northern News Services 'We should all be ashamed' In the legislative assembly, Yellowknife Centre MLA Julie Green said she “wept” when she read the latest auditor general report. Hay River North MLA RJ Simpson is “terrified” for what the future holds, based on the lack of progress since 2014. “We ...

Mentioned by CKLB News (press release) RCMP say they can't force sex assault victims into hospital Laporte was responding after criticism from Yellowknife Centre MLA Julie Green who last week told CKLB that she was outraged to learn that a sexual assault victim was thrown in jail in 2017 instead of being taken to Stanton Territorial Hospital ...

Mentioned by Cabin Radio Yellowknife RCMP, who put sex assault victim in cell, say 'things have changed' Julie Green, the MLA for Yellowknife Centre, is since reported to have sternly criticized that response – calling the force's decision to investigate itself “completely outrageous.” However, the Yellowknife Women's Society told Cabin Radio it believes ...

Mentioned by CKLB News (press release) Busy first day of cannabis sales at Yk Liquor Shop Finance Minister Robert C. McLeod said that there are still some regulations and details that have to be finalized but as most provincial governments have said, they'll watch how things go and possibly tweak legislation moving forward. McLeod said he ...

Voted Yes on Vote #101 on Bill 14, Miscellaneous Statute Law Amendment Act, 2018

Voted Yes on Vote #67 on Bill 14, Miscellaneous Statute Law Amendment Act, 2018

Mentioned by CKLB News (press release) Yk MLA rips RCMP for 'outrageous' self-probe She says an outside agency should have conducted an investigation as is usually the case when RCMP in the NWT are accused of wrongdoing. Mounties began the internal review after territorial court Judge Garth Malakoe also lit into them for arresting the ...

Mentioned by CBC.ca NWT education minster says she's not qualified to make call on Aurora College program The minister responsible for N.W.T.'s Aurora College says she's not qualified to make a decision on the future of its social work program. Instead, she'll leave it to a government official who hasn't been hired yet. Regular MLAs grilled Education ...

Voted Yes on Vote #11 on Bill 4, Supplementary Appropriation Act (Infrastructure Expenditures), No. 1, 2018-2019

Voted Yes on Vote #10 on Bill 3, Supplementary Appropriation Act (Operations Expenditures), No. 3, 2017-2018

Voted Yes on Vote #101 on Bill 27, An Act to Amend the Environmental Protection Act