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November 4th, 2020
Assembly debate
Page 1654
Ministers' Statements

Diane Archie

Minister's Statement 94-19(2): Infrastructure Improvement Projects   air terminal building is planned to open in 2023. At the same time, improvements will be made to the airfield drainage, which will increase the resiliency of the airport to the effects of climate change. The design of a 3,000-foot runway extension is moving ahead as planned

October 28th, 2020
Assembly debate
Page 1473
Consideration in Committee of the Whole of Bills and Other Matters

Katrina Nokleby

Committee Motion 43-18(3): Tabled Document 181-19(2): Capital Estimates 2020-2021 - Health and Social Services - Deferral of Department (page 29), Carried  Thank you, Madam Chair. I just wanted to come back to the work done by the association of communities around determining the gap and such. I know at one point that they had done some work around climate change on infrastructure. I'm just curious: there was some debate

November 2nd, 2020
Assembly debate
Page 1579
Oral Questions

Rylund Johnson

Question 452-19(2): 2030 Energy Strategy  I am glad to hear all of those initiatives. I believe the money we invest through the Arctic Energy Alliance is some of the best dollars we have out there in regard to our response to climate change. I am also glad to hear that we're on track for some of the short-term goals

November 2nd, 2020
Assembly debate
Page 1579
Oral Questions

Rylund Johnson

Question 452-19(2): 2030 Energy Strategy  Thank you, Madam Speaker. Our 2030 Energy Strategy is one of the key documents in making sure that our government is a leader in climate change. Specifically, one of my favourite sections is Section 4 of that strategy, which commits us to increasing our share of renewable energy

November 2nd, 2020
Assembly debate
Page 1568
Members' Statements

Rylund Johnson

National Skilled Trades and Technology Week  -specific trade curriculum. Right now, we use the Alberta curriculum, and we largely just copy and paste it. As a result of it, some of the very unique building features of the North and some of the things we need to prioritize such as adapting to climate change are not front and centre

October 27th, 2020
Assembly debate
Page 1418
Members' Statements

Caitlin Cleveland

Housing   with sustainable and accessible communities, climate change, the needs of the most vulnerable, and the values of Indigenous self-determination, reconciliation, respect, and cooperation. Mr. Speaker, the Northwest Territories is at a fork in the road, and it is time to prioritize housing NWT

October 30th, 2020
Assembly debate
Page 1524
Ministers' Statements

Shane Thompson

Minister's Statement 84-19(2): 2020 Northwest Territories Environmental Audit   recognized the Government of the Northwest Territories for making progress on climate change policy and action planning, as well as working with Indigenous governments and organizations to make new laws and improve existing laws related to land, water, and resource management since

October 29th, 2020
Assembly debate
Page 1518
Consideration in Committee of the Whole of Bills and Other Matters

Frieda Martselos

Consideration In Committee Of The Whole Of Bills And Other Matters   to have a balance, I know that, with climate change, environment, and stuff, but we also have to move forward. I am not going to ask any questions. I don't know how the Minister feels about that. I just want to see how she feels about that, because I sit here and I listen

October 29th, 2020
Assembly debate
Page 1503
Consideration in Committee of the Whole of Bills and Other Matters

Ronald Bonnetrouge

Consideration In Committee Of The Whole Of Bills And Other Matters   of. Many of them are not being used, but they are not being totally shut down. I'm just looking at cost-saving measures here, within the department, because we are looking at climate change initiatives, dealing with greenhouse gas emissions. What I notice in a lot of the yards

October 28th, 2020
Assembly debate
Page 1473
Consideration in Committee of the Whole of Bills and Other Matters

Katrina Nokleby

Committee Motion 43-18(3): Tabled Document 181-19(2): Capital Estimates 2020-2021 - Health and Social Services - Deferral of Department (page 29), Carried  Thank you. I would just like to clarify. You're saying is that, while you didn't use that specific study for that amount, you are addressing the climate change issues by looking to other pots of funding, not this gap funding? She's nodding yes, so I don't need an answer.

October 28th, 2020
Assembly debate
Page 1473
Consideration in Committee of the Whole of Bills and Other Matters

Young

Committee Motion 43-18(3): Tabled Document 181-19(2): Capital Estimates 2020-2021 - Health and Social Services - Deferral of Department (page 29), Carried   the other programs, such as the Natural Disaster Mitigation Program and other tools such as that to address the climate change parts of the infrastructure challenges that we're facing. Thank you, Madam Chair.

October 28th, 2020
Assembly debate
Page 1454
Oral Questions

Paulie Chinna

Question 418-19(2): Northwest Territories Housing Corporation Funding, Policies and Staffing   climate change, and we do have two dynamics in the territory: one is accessible by highway, and the other is accessible by river and by winter roads. We need to get these houses built. Also, just for the Member, there is a significant change in the dollar amount to get these houses

October 22nd, 2020
Assembly debate
Page 1390
Ministers' Statements

Diane Archie

Minister's Statement 74-19(2): Update on Strategic Infrastructure Projects   to the Mackenzie Valley Review Board before the end of the 2021-2022 fiscal year. The construction of the Great Bear River bridge will increase our infrastructure's resilience to climate change by providing an all-season alternative to the ice road crossing at the Mackenzie River and the Great

October 27th, 2020
Assembly debate
Page 1419
Members' Statements

Rylund Johnson

SPCA Core Funding   sure that we are tracking, as ticks move south, the possibility of Lyme disease. I am grateful for their work, but the ENR mandate stops as soon as it stops being wildlife. Climate change is going to make these issues more apparent, and I'm not asking for a lot. I'm asking

October 19th, 2020
Assembly debate
Page 1299
Ministers' Statements

Diane Archie

Minister's Statement 65-19(2): Update on the 2030 Energy Strategy  , and industry have access to secure, affordable, and sustainable energy. The Government of the Northwest Territories has made a mandate commitment to strengthen our leadership and authority on climate change, and the way we will achieve this is through the implementation of the 2030

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