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  • His favourite word is know.

MLA for Yellowknife North

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


Two days ago

Mentioned by NNSL Media Northwest Territories ‘uniquely poised to be a leader’ in virtual medical care: NWT Medical Association secretary Northwest Territories ‘uniquely poised to be a leader’ in virtual medical care: NWT Medical Association secretary  

Posted on Twitter And the winner this year for King of Canada is Joe the plumber from Fort St. James! Congratulations your majesty!

Posted on Twitter Constitutional proposal: We keep the Crown but just select a random Canadian every few years to be king or queen of… https://t.co/zVroP3ZIj3

Posted on Twitter @Slacker867 Lol it was and we have been living in that shadow ever since. https://t.co/8g5vtWl3Uz

Posted on Twitter The subtext will be that if Canadians put 5% of the the effort we spend on hockey team's management into government… https://t.co/3SYpk98YCj

Posted on Twitter One day I will write a thesis on how the GNWT is just the Toronto Maple Leafs of governments. #NWTPoli https://t.co/RId7yZpkFz

Mentioned by Cabin Radio NWT government to merge its environment and lands departments NWT government to merge its environment and lands departments  

Three days ago

Posted on Twitter In the NWT, I feel safe saying the majority of my colleagues did this begrudgingly. And a few of us just mumbled wh… https://t.co/8V4TM75N2G

Posted on Twitter To hold elected office in Canada you must swear allegiance to the Queen and are not permitted to say anything disre… https://t.co/ZygAEuoOCa

Posted on Twitter There is an argument that any spotlight on Yellowknife and the North is generally good. But it has to weighed again… https://t.co/LWzjbgxexm

Posted on Twitter If I was premier... "Dear Charles, we appreciate all of the work your mother has done, she is truly an amazing figu… https://t.co/4tP2xBlBuD

This week

Posted on Twitter @dmtrubman Clearly would be in the national interest to protect vast swathes of single family homes and to make sur… https://t.co/eS5IXSRiO5

A week ago

Mentioned by Cabin Radio GNWT agrees to provide $1.5M, keeping Spruce Bough alive GNWT agrees to provide $1.5M, keeping Spruce Bough alive  

Mentioned by NNSL Media GNWT hopes new remote and winter fisheries, new Hay River processing plant will open new opportunities for NWT fishers GNWT hopes new remote and winter fisheries, new Hay River processing plant will open new opportunities for NWT fishers  

Three weeks ago

Mentioned by Yahoo News Canada Governments don't plan to ask Indigenous leaders about drug decriminalization Governments don't plan to ask Indigenous leaders about drug decriminalization  

Mentioned by Waterloo Region Record Governments don't plan to ask Indigenous leaders about drug decriminalization Governments don't plan to ask Indigenous leaders about drug decriminalization  

Mentioned by Cabin Radio No plan to ask Indigenous leaders about decriminalization No plan to ask Indigenous leaders about decriminalization  

A month ago

Mentioned by NNSL Media MLAs debate mining royalties as GNWT revamps mineral extraction policies MLAs debate mining royalties as GNWT revamps mineral extraction policies  

Mentioned by Cabin Radio Prince Charles and Camilla to visit Northwest Territories Prince Charles and Camilla to visit Northwest Territories  

Mentioned by NNSL Media Yellowknifer editorial: Wheels down Yellowknifer editorial: Wheels down  

Mentioned by NNSL Media Letter: Dayhome operators say GNWT blindsided them with childcare fee cuts Letter: Dayhome operators say GNWT blindsided them with childcare fee cuts  

Mentioned by NNSL Media MLAs debate Yellowknife airport expansion MLAs debate Yellowknife airport expansion  

Two months ago

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Member's Statement 1073-19(2): Vaccine Equity Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Tomorrow the public health emergency ends but the fight against COVID-19 does not end, and we must not stop talking about vaccination, ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Committee Motion 220-19(2): Standing Committee on Social Development report on the Child and Family Services Act - Lifting NWT Children, Youth and Families: An All of Territory Approach to Keeping Families Together - Overrepresentation of Indigenous Children and Youth in Child and Family Services, Carried Thank you, Mr. Speaker. The test is not whether anyone was offended. We are allowed, and in fact encouraged, to say things that will offend people ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Committee Motion 234-19(2): Standing Committee on Social Development report on the Child and Family Services Act - Lifting NWT Children, Youth and Families: An All of Territory Approach to Keeping Families Together - Legal Services for Parents, Carried Thank you, Mr. Chair. I know we're all trying to end this quickly but I just wanted to make a few comments. I find it very ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Recorded Vote In favour The Member for Tu Nedhe-Wiilideh.

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Bill 51: Appropriation Act (Operations Expenditures), 2023-2023, Carried Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I'd like to begin by thanking all of my colleagues for all of their work over the last few weeks in the ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Question 1071-19(2): Vaccine Supply Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I appreciate that. And I know the Canadian supply, Canada is working to improve its contribution to global vaccine equity. We probably ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Recorded Vote For.

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Committee Report 27-19(2): Special Committee on Reconciliation and Indigenous Affairs Interim Report: What we Heard about the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and Negotiating Agreements Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Your Special Committee on Reconciliation and Indigenous Affairs is pleased to provide its Interim Report: What we Heard about the United Nations ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Question 1062-19(2): Implementation of Early Learning and Child Care Agreement Yes, thank you, Mr. Speaker. I guess I'm looking for a bit more of a commitment on -- from the Minister and when he says they're ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Committee Motion 219-19(2): Concurrence Motion - Tabled Document 561-19(2): Main Estimates 2022-2023, Carried Thank you, Mr. Chair. I have been critical about statutory reviews in the past but I think if there was one that was, you know, an ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Member's Statement 1066-19(2): Universal Child care Implementation Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Our government is setting itself on a path to implement universal childcare in the next five years in this territory, and we ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Consideration In Committee Of The Whole Of Bills And Other Matters Thank you, Mr. Chair. Yeah, I'm very happy to hear that. And, you know what, even at the scale that Aurora College is operating now, I've ...

More than three months ago

Voted Yes on Vote #149 on Bill 28, Appropriation Act (Operations Expenditures), 2021-2022

Voted Yes on Vote #144 on Bill 27, Supplementary Appropriation Act (Infrastructure Expenditures), No. 3, 2020-2021

Voted Yes on Vote #143 on Bill 26, Supplementary Appropriation Act (Operations Expenditures), No. 3, 2020-2021

Voted Yes on Vote #142 on Bill 20, An Act to Amend the Employment Standards Act

Voted Yes on Vote #135 on Bill 16, An Act to Amend the Income Tax Act

Voted Yes on Vote #134 on Bill 14, An Act to Amend the Securities Act

Introduced legislation Government Bill 11, Legislative Assembly Officers Standardization Act

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