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MLA for Thebacha

Won his last election, in 2015, with 43% of the vote.


A month ago

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Question 701-18(3): Cremation Services Masi. Oral questions. Member for Yellowknife Centre.

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Committee Report 14-18(3): Interim Report on Increasing the Representation of Women in the Legislative Assembly What We Have Heard Training in leadership, public speaking, and how to run a campaign are key suggestions the committee received in all public hearings. The ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Bill 46: Public Land Act Mr. Speaker, I move, seconded by the honourable Member for Hay River South, that Bill 46, Public Land Act, be read for the second time. This ...

Two months ago

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Bill 45: Corrections Act Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I move, seconded by the honourable Member for Hay River South, that Bill 45, Corrections Act, be read for the second time. ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Minister's Statement 169-18(3): Progress on Transparency and Accountability Initiatives Mr. Speaker, in recognition of global Open Government Week, I would like to take this opportunity to update this House on our government's progress in advancing ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Bill 46: Public Land Act Mr. Speaker, I move, seconded by the honourable Member for Hay River South, that Bill 46, Public Land Act, be read for the first time. Thank ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Recognition Of Visitors In The Gallery Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I would like to recognize a Thebacha constituent, Andrea Steen.

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Bill 45: Corrections Act Mr. Speaker, I move, seconded by the honourable Member for Hay River South, that Bill 45, Corrections Act, be read for the first time. Thank you, ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Tabled Document 379-18(3): Letter from President and CEO, Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association to Assistant Deputy Minister, Justice regarding Genetics and Insurance, dated March 5, 2019 Tabled Document 380-18(3): Follow-up Letter for Oral Question 619-18(3): National Energy Board Regulatory Authority in the Northwest Territories Mr. Speaker, I wish to table the following two documents entitled "Letter from President and CEO, Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association to Assistant Deputy Minister, ...

Voted Yes on Vote #182 on Bill 42, An Act to Amend the Petroleum Products Tax Act

Introduced legislation Government Bill 45, Corrections Act

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Consideration In Committee Of The Whole Of Bills And Other Matters Thank you, Mr. Chair. I am pleased to present the 2019-2020 Main Estimates for the Department of Lands. Overall, the department's estimates propose an increase of ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Question 659-18(3): Gladue Reports Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Section 718.2(e) of the criminal code requires courts in sentencing to consider all available sanctions other than imprisonment and additionally to pay ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Bill 46: Public Land Act Mr. Speaker, I give notice that, on Monday, March 11, 2019, I will move that Bill 46, Public Land Act, be read for the first time. ...

More than three months ago

Introduced legislation Government Bill 30, An Act to Amend the Human Rights Act

Introduced legislation Government Bill 29, An Act to Amend the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act

Mentioned by Cabin Radio A sell-out here, a slow day there: day one of legal NWT cannabis In Yellowknife, cannabis was completely sold out by 5:30pm. In Fort Smith, revenue hit $7,500. In Fort Simpson, sales were steady. In Norman Wells, they were slow. Day one of legal cannabis in the Northwest Territories saw residents appear undeterred ...

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 CBC.ca Parents of Australian teen killed on Inuvik job site bring NWT gov't to court The parents of a 19-year-old Australian man killed on an Inuvik job site are bringing the Government of the Northwest Territories to court for not ordering a coroner's inquest into their son's death. David Vinnicombe was working for Allen Services ...

Mentioned by CBC.ca NWT Heritage Fund not keeping up with inflation, gov't borrows money to feed it Five years into the Northwest Territories Heritage Fund, the balance is sitting at $17.1 million and doesn't appear to be keeping up with inflation. On top of that, the Department of Finance has borrowed money to feed the fund. On Feb. 24, 2016 ...

Mentioned by CBC.ca Tlicho 'extremely disappointed' with NWT government court action on NICO mining project The Tlicho government said it was blindsided by the territorial government's decision to turn to the courts to end a negotiation between the Tlicho and a company that wants to build the N.W.T.'s next mine on Tlicho land. "The Tlicho government is ...

Mentioned by CBC.ca Tlicho 'extremely disappointed' with NWT government court action on NICO mining project The Tlicho government said it was blindsided by the territorial government's decision to turn to the courts to end a negotiation between the Tlicho and a company that wants to build the N.W.T.'s next mine on Tlicho land. "The Tlicho government is ...

Mentioned by Yahoo News Canada (blog) NWT government asks courts to resolve deadlock on NICO road The Northwest Territories government is calling for a judge to resolve a dispute between a mining exploration company and the Tlicho government over a road. According to a document filed in court last week, Fortune Minerals Limited has been unable to ...

Mentioned by CBC.ca NWT government asks courts to resolve deadlock on NICO road The Northwest Territories government is calling for a judge to resolve a dispute between a mining exploration company and the Tlicho government over a road. According to a document filed in court last week, Fortune Minerals Limited has ... In her sworn ...

Mentioned by Cabin Radio 'No commitments' versus 'no faith' at Aurora College meeting NWT education minister Caroline Cochrane has sought to reassure Fort Smith residents regarding the future of higher education in their community. At a public meeting in the town on Monday, Cochrane faced residents angry at the conclusions of a recently ...

Mentioned by CBC.ca NWT government asks courts to resolve deadlock on NICO road The Northwest Territories government is calling for a judge to resolve a dispute between a mining exploration company and the Tlicho government over a road. According to a document filed in court last week, Fortune Minerals Limited has ... In her sworn ...

Mentioned by CBC.ca Nunavut MLA mum about reasons for trying to remove Paul Quassa as premier Some Nunavut MLAs are trying to have Premier Paul Quassa removed from cabinet. Arviat North-Whale Cove MLA John Main said he will introduce a motion to do this on Thursday. Main is the chair of the regular members caucus and said, as chair, it was his ...

Mentioned by Yahoo News Canada (blog) Fort Smith residents cry foul over review of Aurora College, MLA says nothing is final More than 100 people packed into a community hall in Fort Smith, N.W.T., Tuesday night to air their concerns over an unflattering review of Aurora College. Its headquarters are in Fort Smith, and residents are worried what the report could mean for the ...

Mentioned by CBC.ca Fort Smith residents cry foul over review of Aurora College, MLA says nothing is final More than 100 people packed into a community hall in Fort Smith, N.W.T., Tuesday night to air their concerns over an unflattering review of Aurora College. Its headquarters are in Fort Smith, and residents are worried what the report could mean for the ...

Introduced legislation Government Bill 20, Ombudsperson Act

Introduced legislation Government Bill 14, Miscellaneous Statute Law Amendment Act, 2018

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 #15 on Bill 2, Supplementary Appropriation Act (Infrastructure Expenditures), No. 3, 2017-2018