Below is information on all of the different roles Nellie Cournoyea has had while in the Legislative Assembly. Information includes committees they sat on (and they role held), Cabinet portfolios, and other roles in the Assembly.


District Assembly Start Date End Date
Western Arctic 9th Assembly 1979.10.01 1983.11.01
Nunakput 10th Assembly 1983.11.21 1987.08.17
Nunakput 11th Assembly 1987.10.05 1991.08.30
Nunakput 12th Assembly 1991.10.15 1995.09.01


Start Date End Date
11th Assembly
  Minister Without Portfolio 1987.10.24 1987.11.13
  Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources 1987.11.13 1989.04.01
  Minister Responsible for the Public Utilities Board 1987.11.13 1989.04.03
  Minister of Health 1987.11.13 1991.11.14
  Minister of Public Works and Highways 1988.04.25 1991.11.14
  Minister Responsible for Workers' Compensation Board 1988.04.28 1989.06.01
  Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources 1989.04.01 1991.11.14
12th Assembly
  Premier 1991.11.14 1995.11.22
  Minister of the Executive 1991.11.15 1995.11.22
  Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources 1991.11.22 1993.12.17
  Minister Responsible for the Northwest Territories Power Corporation 1991.11.22 1995.11.22
  Minister of Health 1992.03.31 1992.07.09
  Minister Responsible for the Status of Women 1992.06.09 1995.05.04
  Minister Responsible for Workers' Compensation Board 1992.11.27 1992.12.10
  Minister of Social Services 1992.11.27 1992.12.10
  Minister of Health 1992.11.27 1992.12.10
  Minister of Social Services 1994.06.13 1995.06.08
  Minister of Health 1994.06.13 1995.06.08
  Minister of Personnel 1995.01.11 1996.08.26
  Minister of Health and Social Services 1995.06.08 1995.11.22


Type District Election Date Result
General Election Western Arctic 1979.10.01 Elected
General Election Nunakput 1983.11.21 Acclaimed
General Election Nunakput 1987.10.05 Re-Elected
General Election Nunakput 1991.10.15 Acclaimed
* Please note that this information has been sourced from a variety of sources including the Assembly's published Session Indexes, news media, election reports and others. The Session Indexes were available digitally from 1999 until 2012, and are no longer produced.