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MLA for Nahendeh

Won his last election, in 2019, with 61% of the vote.


This week

Mentioned by Cabin Radio NWT's new politicians begin setting out vision for years ahead NWT's new politicians begin setting out vision for years ahead  

Mentioned by Northern News Services CAROLINE WAWZONEK: MLA, Yellowknife South: Disclosing premier and cabinet vote CAROLINE WAWZONEK: MLA, Yellowknife South: Disclosing premier and cabinet vote  

Mentioned by CBC.ca N.W.T.'s incoming MLAs already have long list of asks for new federal gov't N.W.T.'s incoming MLAs already have long list of asks for new federal gov't  

A week ago

Mentioned by Northern News Services MLA-elects respond to election results MLA-elects respond to election results  

Mentioned by Cabin Radio Union issues warning to City over contract workers Union issues warning to City over contract workers  

Mentioned by CBC.ca Frieda Martselos becomes fourth MLA-elect to consider bid for N.W.T. premier Frieda Martselos becomes fourth MLA-elect to consider bid for N.W.T. premier  

Mentioned by Cabin Radio In full: NWT Election 2019 delivers change across the board In full: NWT Election 2019 delivers change across the board  

Mentioned by Cabin Radio Energized NWT voters wonder if this is real change Energized NWT voters wonder if this is real change  

Mentioned by HuffPost Canada Northwest Territories Sees Record Number Of Women Win Seats In Election Northwest Territories Sees Record Number Of Women Win Seats In Election  

Mentioned by CBC.ca N.W.T. communities elect 8 new MLAs to 19th Assembly N.W.T. communities elect 8 new MLAs to 19th Assembly  

Mentioned by Yahoo News Canada N.W.T. communities elect 8 new MLAs to 19th Assembly N.W.T. communities elect 8 new MLAs to 19th Assembly  

Mentioned by Cabin Radio Julie Green becomes seventh female MLA Julie Green becomes seventh female MLA  

Two months ago

Voted Yes on Vote #277 on Bill , Motion 44-18(3): Dissolution of the 18th Legislative Assembly, Carried

Voted Yes on Vote #274 on Bill , Motion 41-18(3): Adoption of Code of Conduct for Members of the Legislative Assembly, Carried

Voted Yes on Vote #273 on Bill 61, Appropriations Act (Infrastructure Expenditures), 2020-2021

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Recognition Of Visitors In The Gallery Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I, too, would like to recognize a couple of people up there: the returning officer from the Nahendeh, as well as a ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Reflections on the 18th Assembly Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I'd like to thank the residents of the Nahendeh riding for giving me the privilege of representing them for the past four ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Question 850-18(3): Bison in Nahendeh Communities Thank you, Mr. Speaker, and I appreciate the Minister's answers. I have to give a big shout-out to his department, especially in Fort Liard and Fort ...

Voted Yes on Vote #270 on Bill 45, Corrections Act

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Committee Report 37-18(3): Standing Committee on Government Operations Report on Transition Matters Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Your Standing Committee on Social Development is pleased to provide its Report on Transition Matters and commends it to the House. I ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Tabled Document 539-18(3): The Gordon Foundation - Policy Memo: Ways forward in addiction programming in Fort Simpson, NT. Dene Gogondie, Voices of the People Tabled Document 540-18(3): The Gordon Foundation: Creating Ethical Spaces for On-the-Land Learning Tabled Document 541-18(3): The Gordon Foundation: Negotiating the Dehcho: Protecting Dene Ahthit'e through Modern Treaty-Making Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I would like to table three documents: "The Gordon Foundation - Policy Memo: Ways forward in addiction programming in Fort Simpson, NT. ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Question 846-18(3): Continuing Care Facilities Legislation I agree with the Minister. I think that it should be a priority for the 19th, but we will have to wait and see who is ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Consideration In Committee Of The Whole Of Bills And Other Matters Thank you, Mr. Chair. I have a couple of concerns with this capital plan as presented here right now. There is a shortfall for municipal funding. ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Committee Report 38-18(3): Standing Committee on Social Development Report on Transition Matters Mr. Speaker, I move, seconded by the honourable Member for Yellowknife Centre, that Committee Report 38-18(3): Standing Committee on Social Development Report on Transition Matters be ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Seniors Aging In Place Thank you, Mr. Speaker. For seniors and elders, aging in place means having the health, social support, and services needed to live safely and independently in ...

Voted Yes on Vote #269 on Bill 34, Mineral Resources Act

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Committee Motion 239-18(3): Standing Committee on Social Development Report on the Review of Bill 45: Corrections Act - Prioritization of Work Programs, Carried Thank you, Mr. Chair. I move that this committee recommends that the Department of Justice prioritize work programs that are responsive to community needs, subject to ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Committee Motion 241-18(3): Standing Committee on Social Development Report on the Review of Bill 45: Corrections Act - Victim Services, Carried Thank you, Mr. Chair. I move that this committee recommends that the Department of Justice invest adequate resources into victim services to ensure public awareness of ...

Spoke in the Legislative Assembly on Question 839-18(3): Access to Health Services in Fort Nelson, BC Thank you, Mr. Speaker. My questions today are for the Minister of Health and Social Services. It's that time of year again, and I apologize to ...

Voted Yes on Vote #268 on Bill 46, Public Land Act

More than three months ago

Posted on Twitter As well, I would like to thank all the cooks who provided us with amazing food in each community we visited.

Posted on Twitter While another successful Minister's tour in the Nahendeh. I would like to thank Minister R.C. McLeod, Deputy Mini… https://t.co/2vLN7Br5Dp

Posted on Twitter Another amazing meeting with Jean Marie River First Nations' Chief, Council and residents. A lot of great discuss… https://t.co/avqMhiXkHe

Posted on Twitter Meeting with the Pehdzeh Ki First Nation Chief and Council and Minister R.C. McLeod and staff. Alot of great discu… https://t.co/gR33qg2OMm

Posted on Twitter Meeting with Nahanni Butte -Chief and Council with Minister R.C. McLeod and his staff. Thank you for the meeting. https://t.co/JcaZEux7jT

Posted on Twitter What a busy and productive day. Meeting with chief and council in Nahanni Butte with Minister McLeod and his staff… https://t.co/SQBmSPjckj

Posted on Twitter Good morning, off to Wrigley this morning with Minister R.C. McLeod for the Nahendeh Regional Tour. Looking forwa… https://t.co/n4BCGzUSXj

Posted on Twitter Good morning, off to tour three treatment centres and one correction facility with the HSS Minister and SCOSD. Looking forward to the trip.

Posted on Twitter What an amazing two weeks. Got to visit Jean Marie River, Sambaa K'e and Fort Liard. Great people to represent. Thank for your time.

Posted on Twitter Good morning Nahendeh. Weather permitting, we are off to Sambaa K'e this morning. Looking forward to chatting with the residents.