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June 6th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5863
Replies to Commissioner's Opening Address

Shane Thompson

Mr. Thompson's Reply   such as wind and solar could also be tied into the system. The GNWT needs more to get behind northern innovators like Jeff. There can be no question that climate change is bringing drastic changes to the North. I am concerned about findings of the Auditor General's 2017 report that found

June 4th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5748
Motions

Kieron Testart

Motion 39-18(3): Referral of 2030 NWT Climate Change Strategic Framework 2019-2023 Action Plan, Carried  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. WHEREAS tabled document 442-18(3), 2030 NWT Climate Change Strategic Framework 2019-2023 Action Plan has been tabled in the House; Therefore, I MOVE, seconded by the honourable Member for Yellowknife North, that tabled document 442-18(3), 2030 NWT

May 27th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5576
Ministers' Statements

Robert C. McLeod

Minister's Statement 182-18(3): Climate Change Strategic Framework Action Plan  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. The Government of the Northwest Territories made a mandate commitment to develop a territorial climate change strategy that takes into account northern energy demands and the cost of living, while reflecting international and national commitments to lower

June 5th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5824
Ministers' Statements

Robert C. McLeod

Minister's Statement 206-18(3): Northwest Territories Carbon Tax Implementation   in office to fulfill their mandates. There is no plan on the part of the federal government to implement the federal backstop on July 1st. We would thank them for their understanding. Mr. Speaker, addressing climate change is a key priority item for the 18th Legislative Assembly

June 5th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5823
Ministers' Statements

Robert C. McLeod

Minister's Statement 206-18(3): Northwest Territories Carbon Tax Implementation   Growth and Climate Change. Provinces and territories were provided with the option of implementing their own approach to carbon pricing or having the federal backstop approach implemented in their jurisdictions. In the NWT, we decided to pursue our own made-in-the-North approach

June 4th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5756
Consideration in Committee of the Whole of Bills and Other Matters

Frederick Blake Jr.

Consideration In Committee Of The Whole Of Bills And Other Matters   come out, and I think that that would help a lot in our planning. I know that we are having a lot of issues with climate change nowadays. We have to take that into consideration. Are the Minister and the department noticing that climate change is actually having a little bigger

May 24th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5556
Members' Statements

Kevin O'Reilly

Climate Change Crisis  Merci, Monsieur le President. It won't surprise Members of this House, but I have already made 10 statements on climate change and carbon pricing during the 18th Assembly. At some point today, most of us will walk by the students on the climate change strike outside

May 24th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5562
Oral Questions

Wally Schumann

Question 713-18(3): Climate Change Impacts on Infrastructure   to know what we're doing in the southern part for climate change around airports and highways. The Northwest Territories infrastructure network is vulnerable to the effects of climate change due to a reliance on ice roads and infrastructure built on permafrost. Changes in climate

May 24th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5565
Oral Questions

Robert C. McLeod

Question 715-18(3): Climate Change Crisis  Through a jurisdictional review of the climate change programs in Canadian jurisdictions, ENR found that, regardless of the organizational structure, the most important factors in their success were leadership and the authority to act. The GNWT, we believe, has accordingly taken

May 24th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5561
Oral Questions

Robert C. McLeod

Question 712-18(3): Climate Change  Thank you, Mr. Speaker, and we appreciate the fact that the students are here voicing their concerns about climate change. It is something that we in the North have faced for a long time before the rest of the country. Before it became flavour of the day, we were feeling

May 24th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5557
Members' Statements

Cory Vanthuyne

Climate Action   that they need us to hear and understand, Mr. Speaker: our actions on climate change will define the lives of the younger generation;confronting climate change requires new thinking, vision, and leadership;we should create a centre of climate change and innovation to bring everyone under one

June 6th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5876
Orders of the Day

Committee Clerk Of The House

Orders Of The Day  -18(3), 2030 NWT Climate Change Strategic Framework 2019-2023 Action Plan Report of Committee of the WholeThird Reading of BillsOrders of the Day[Translation ends]

June 6th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5871
Second Reading of Bills

The Deputy Speaker

Bill 58: Justice Administration Statutes Amendment Act   Statement 158-18(3), Developments in Early Childhood Programs and Services; Tabled Document 442-18(3), 2030 NWT Climate Change Strategic Framework 2019-2023 Action Plan, with the Member for Mackenzie Delta in the chair.

June 6th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5839
Ministers' Statements

Wally Schumann

Minister's Statement 207-18(3): Supporting the Northern Aviation Industry   airport infrastructure more resilient to climate change. Mr. Speaker, our government is always looking for ways to increase the economic benefits the aviation industry brings to our communities. We continue to reach out to our potential partners and customers to ensure the longevity

May 24th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5564
Oral Questions

Kevin O'Reilly

Question 714-18(3): Climate Change Action Plan  I would like to thank the Premier for that announcement of changes to the carbon tax proposal on the floor of the House. The Auditor General's finding on our failed climate change leadership has not really been addressed. Cabinet has made no changes to provide the required

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