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February 14th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4887
Replies to Budget Address

Cory Vanthuyne

Mr. Vanthuyne's Reply  , if not urgent, so I'm happy to see the investment of $21 million to support that transition. This work is in support of our commitment under Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change, as well as implementing our own 2030 NWT Climate Change Strategic Framework. I've spoken

February 11th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4811
Replies to Budget Address

Kevin O'Reilly

Mr. O'reilly's Reply   in the roads-to-resources paradigm, and the federal funding has at least forced us to look beyond this approach. It is a sad comment that we have to look to the federal government for improved action on housing for our citizens or applying carbon pricing to combat climate change. Process

February 6th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4731
Budget Address

Robert C. McLeod

Budget Address   support other land use planning, including increased geomatics analysis and increased capacity to manage equity leases and address untenured and unauthorized occupancy. Environment and Climate Change Mr. Speaker, we are seeking to turn the rapid changes to our environment caused

February 7th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4757
Ministers' Statements

Wally Schumann

Minister's Statement 133-18(3): Taltson Hydroelectricity Expansion   for their participation in the opportunities the future expansion will bring. This announcement demonstrates the Government of the Northwest Territories' ongoing efforts to work with the Government of Canada to realize our long-term vision and approach to energy and climate change and we will enable

February 11th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4807
Oral Questions

Herbert Nakimayak

Question 536-18(3): Municipal Emergency Preparedness  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. That almost answered my last question here. Mr. Speaker, we sometimes see climate change only in the spring and the summer months, during the melt and the thaw, and sometimes when the water levels rise along the Mackenzie River or the Arctic Ocean

February 11th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4806
Oral Questions

Herbert Nakimayak

Question 536-18(3): Municipal Emergency Preparedness   the Northwest Territories, Mr. Speaker, which impacts day-to-day operations and our infrastructure. Mr. Speaker, my question to the Minister is: how do you plan on building resiliency in communities that face such climate change effects as the number of winter storms increase in the High

February 8th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4782
Oral Questions

Wally Schumann

Question 535-18(3): Taltson Project Expansion   with the federal government around the climate change strategy. We are committed to fulfilling our obligation, and this is one of the prospects that we need to look at to expand our hydro facility to benefit from it in the most potential way we can.

February 7th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4763
Oral Questions

Cory Vanthuyne

Question 523-18(3): Small Community Micro-Grids  , in particular the Minister responsible for the Power Corporation or in his capacity as chair for Ministerial, Energy and Climate Change Committee-of-Cabinet, have a discussion about the opportunity of replacing one of these large generators with this multi-small-generator system

February 6th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4735
Members' Statements

Michael Nadli

Deh Gah School Youth Centre Movement  Mahsi, Mr. Speaker. Mr. Speaker, all around the world we are seeing young people rise up and take political action on the issues that matter to them. We are seeing teens speak out against gun violence in the United States, and students protesting for action on climate change

February 6th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4734
Members' Statements

Cory Vanthuyne

Natural Resource Development  . Speaker, the mining industry is becoming a world leader in championing responsible, sustainable, and carbon-free practices. That is especially important to us as we live in the part of the world that is most drastically affected by climate change. We can be partners with this new green

February 5th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4715
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 505-18(3): Unfulfilled Mandate Commitments  I don't agree with that statement. I believe that, at the time, if we had said no, we aren't going to do climate change, or we are not going to implement cannabis and we will just live with the backstop, the federal government was going to do it anyway. I didn't hear people

February 5th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4713
Oral Questions

Cory Vanthuyne

Question 501-18(3): Hydroelectric Expansion   of living for residents, or is it to mitigate impacts on climate change, or is it in fact to provide carbon-free energy to the mineral development industry?

February 5th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4711
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 497-18(3): GNWT-Indigenous Government Relations  Yes, we are commit today working very closely with the IRC in Ottawa not only on climate change, but other issues that affect us, such as offshore oil and gas and fisheries, among other things.

February 5th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4711
Oral Questions

Herbert Nakimayak

Question 497-18(3): GNWT-Indigenous Government Relations   as climate change continues to affect the infrastructure in Nunakput?

February 5th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4707
Members' Statements

Julie Green

Mandate Commitments   the government fulfilled its commitment to reduce poverty? My answer is not yet, but using the government's rationale, 79 commitments have been fulfilled and an additional 109 are in progress. Mr. Speaker, the mandate category lagging furthest behind is the economy, environment, and climate

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