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  • His favourite word is work.

MLA for Yellowknife North

Won his last election, in 2019, with 36% of the vote.


This week

Posted on Twitter @Megan_Holsapple Bingo, the people who design websites should be in charge of them, whereas I find the GNWT likes t… https://t.co/82yNoZCHht

Posted on Twitter @Megan_Holsapple I wouldn't say they never look good. Check out the state government of Mississippi, their chat bot… https://t.co/LA6atZxjMK

Posted on Twitter One day GNWT websites will look good and no one will believe it’s the GNWT. Also I find it very convenient I only n… https://t.co/eI3wzBwdpg

A week ago

Posted on Twitter @Slacker867 What year is this?

Posted on Twitter @Slacker867 lol, nope. It pains me that someone could run an entire election platform of items that have been outstanding for 50 years.

Posted on Twitter @YKChamber @OurYellowknife Reiterating the importance of this to the Minister of Lands would assist. In fact all us… https://t.co/Rnt8cyOEXY

Posted on Twitter YK MLAs met with the Minister of Lands and staff today about completing the transfer of vacant GNWT land within mun… https://t.co/1LvzjcbKAM

Posted on Twitter Remember when GNWT decided that the borders were never actually closed? Then just closed them with different wordin… https://t.co/xL6Xso8HJ6

Posted on Twitter @johnwlast Finally! What we’ve all been waiting for! I was worried for a moment there CBC was going to focus its ef… https://t.co/npAQR3dghU

Posted on Twitter @LarryInnes A much better question indeed.

Mentioned by Cabin Radio Yellowknife confirms withdrawal of Ingraham Trail fire coverage Yellowknife confirms withdrawal of Ingraham Trail fire coverage  

Three weeks ago

Mentioned by CBC.ca Committee aims to increase Indigenous representation in N.W.T.'s public service Committee aims to increase Indigenous representation in N.W.T.'s public service  

Mentioned by Cabin Radio MLAs want to increase Indigenous representation in public service MLAs want to increase Indigenous representation in public service  

Mentioned by Cabin Radio Some, but not all, MLAs head to Fort Smith for caucus retreat Some, but not all, MLAs head to Fort Smith for caucus retreat  

A month ago

Mentioned by CBC.ca Ousted minister, and other N.W.T. MLAs, not attending 'relationship building' retreat Ousted minister, and other N.W.T. MLAs, not attending 'relationship building' retreat  

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Review And Adoption Of Guidelines And Procedures Thank you, Mr. Chairperson. The two from the North, two from the South, and two from Yellowknife protocol has been in place for many years. It ...

Mentioned by Cabin Radio Live at 9am: MLAs decide who will replace Katrina Nokleby Live at 9am: MLAs decide who will replace Katrina Nokleby  

Mentioned by Cabin Radio Julie Green replaces Katrina Nokleby in NWT cabinet Julie Green replaces Katrina Nokleby in NWT cabinet  

Mentioned by CBC.ca After charged debate, Yellowknife MLA acclaimed to replace ousted minister After charged debate, Yellowknife MLA acclaimed to replace ousted minister  

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Motion 12-19(2): Revocation of Appointment to the Executive Council, Carried Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I think I speak for most of us in that I am saddened that we got here today, and many of us ...

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

Mentioned by Cabin Radio MLAs vote overwhelmingly to remove Katrina Nokleby MLAs vote overwhelmingly to remove Katrina Nokleby  

Mentioned by Cabin Radio Only Yellowknife MLAs will be able to replace Nokleby Only Yellowknife MLAs will be able to replace Nokleby  

Mentioned by Cabin Radio Live from 1:30pm: MLAs debate future of Katrina Nokleby Live from 1:30pm: MLAs debate future of Katrina Nokleby  

Mentioned by CBC.ca N.W.T. MLAs vote today on whether to oust minister from cabinet. Here's what to expect N.W.T. MLAs vote today on whether to oust minister from cabinet. Here's what to expect  

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Motion 13-19(2): Extended Adjournment of the House to October 15, 2020 Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I give notice that, on Thursday, August 27, 2020, I will move the following motion: 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 Managed Alcohol Programs Thank you, Mr. Speaker. One of this Assembly's mandate items is to establish a managed alcohol program and a medical detox program by the spring of ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Question 338-19(2): Managed Alcohol and Medical Detoxification Programs This was in the mandate as spring of 2023, which I thought was a little too long. I am always happy to hear that we are ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Motion 10-19(2): Extended Adjournment of the House to October 15, 2020, Carried Thank you, Mr. Speaker. This has been one of the longest sessions, I think, in legislative history, a very long session, and I'm happy to move ...

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

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Aging in Place Thank you, Mr. Speaker. With each day as our population ages, this Assembly's priority of enabling our seniors to age in place with dignity gains more ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Committee Motion 33-19(2): Committee Report 2-19(2) - Standing Committee on Government Operations Report on Long-Term Recovery: Recommendations to the GNWT - Development of a "Working from Home" Policy, Carried Thank you, Madam Chair. Yes, I have big expectations from what a work-from-home policy could accomplish. I think many people who work in government departments feel ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Committee Motion 19-19(2): Committee Report 1-19(2) - Standing Committee on Economic Development and Environment Report on Long-Term Recovery: Recommendations to the GNWT - Taltson Hydro Expansion, Carried Thank you, Madam Chair. I do agree with many of the sentiments expressed by my colleague from Frame Lake. One of the issues I struggle with ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Question 325-19(2): COVID-19 Pandemic Data Yes, I would appreciate if that level of information could be made public. During one of our briefings, I asked the Chief Public Health Officer, and ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Committee Motion 32-19(2): Committee Report 2-19(2) - Standing Committee on Government Operations Report on Long-Term Recovery: Recommendations to the GNWT - Digital Communications Plan and Internet Access, Carried Thank you, Madam Chair. I am fully supportive of this recommendation. I just wanted to speak to what I see are some very easy steps we ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Consideration In Committee Of The Whole Of Bills And Other Matters Thank you, Madam Chair. I also note that the bill has the ability to be retroactive. We've seen licence deadlines extended. We've seen a number of ...

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

Introduced legislation Government Bill 6, An Act to Amend the Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Act