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October 18th, 2007
Assembly debate
Members’ Statements

Bob McLeod

Appreciation To Inuvik Twin Lakes Constituents And Supporters  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Mr. Speaker, running for public office is not an easy thing to do and it’s something that I’m sure all of you in here put a great deal of thought into it. I think you’ll find that when you talk to most people that run for public office, it’s not as hard on

October 18th, 2007
Assembly debate
Members’ Statements

Bob McLeod

Appreciation To Yellowknife South Constituents And Supporters  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Mr. Speaker, I, too, congratulate you on your acclamation as Speaker. I also congratulate all the new and returning Members. I congratulate Premier-elect Roland and the other Members of Cabinet. I thank the Members who voted for me. I am very honoure

October 18th, 2007
Assembly debate
Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery

Bob McLeod

Item 5: Recognition Of Visitors In The Gallery  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I would like to recognize my wife, Judy, and my sister-in-law Sharla. I would also like to recognize William Greenland and Sandra Ipana. Thank you very much. ---Applause

October 18th, 2007
Assembly debate
Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery

Bob McLeod

Item 5: Recognition Of Visitors In The Gallery  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I would like to recognize Mr. Ed Jeske, a long-time friend of mine; and Mayor Gord Van Tighem; Yvette Bungay, executive director…Yvette Gonzalez, sorry. A long-time friend of mine, Gerry Cheezie, Jessie Campbell, all of my people from Fort Providence that

October 19th, 2007
Assembly debate
Members’ Statements

Bob McLeod

Recommendations To New Cabinet  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Mr. Speaker, the 16th Assembly, we’re going into, I believe, the most important four years in the history of the NWT, and all 19 of us in here play a big part in how the next four years shape up. We, as other colleagues have mentioned, have heard issue

October 19th, 2007
Assembly debate
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 10-16(1): Cancellation Of Deh Cho Bridge Project  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Mr. Speaker, I’d like to ask the Premier if he and his new Cabinet would consider cancelling the whole Deh Cho Bridge project, diverting the money to starting a road down the Mackenzie Valley that would benefit more people down the valley and Yellowknife?

October 19th, 2007
Assembly debate
Notices of Motion

Bob McLeod

Motion 5-16(1): Adoption Of Members’ Conduct Guidelines  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I give notice that on Monday, October 22, 2007, I will move the following motion: Now therefore I move, seconded by the honourable Member for Weledeh, that this Legislative Assembly formally adopts the "Members’ Conduct Guidelines," as appended

October 19th, 2007
Assembly debate
Notices of Motion

Bob McLeod

Motion 12-16(1): Extended Adjournment Of The House To November 27, 2007  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Mr. Speaker, I seek unanimous consent to deal with the motion I gave notice of earlier today. Thank you.

October 19th, 2007
Assembly debate
Motions

Bob McLeod

Motion 5-16(1): Adoption Of Members' Conduct Guidelines, Carried  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Thank you, colleagues. WHEREAS the Members of the 16th Legislative Assembly are mindful that it is an honour and a privilege to serve the people of the Northwest Territories as legislators; AND WHEREAS the trust and confidence the people have placed

October 19th, 2007
Assembly debate
Motions

Bob McLeod

Motion 5-16(1): Adoption Of Members' Conduct Guidelines, Carried  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Mr. Speaker, I will be very brief because the motion that I read basically says it all. There were a couple of points I did want to make. I brought this motion forward willingly because I truly believe that, as elected representatives, we have to follow th

October 19th, 2007
Assembly debate
Motions

Bob McLeod

Motion 5-16(1): Adoption Of Members' Conduct Guidelines, Carried  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I, too, would like to commend the movers of this motion. As a new Member of the Legislative Assembly, the Members' Conduct Guidelines that have been put forward lays out all the attributes that I would aspire to in serving in this Legislative Assembly. So

October 19th, 2007
Assembly debate
Motions

Bob McLeod

Motion 5-16(1): Adoption Of Members' Conduct Guidelines, Carried  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I want to thank all my colleagues for their comments and their belief in the motion that we just put forward. It was mentioned a couple of times, you know, the sad truth is it doesn’t matter how much good work an Assembly does -- and the 15th Assembly I be

November 27th, 2007
Assembly debate
Members’ Statements

Bob McLeod

Provision Of Wheelchairs For Quadriplegics  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Mr. Speaker, providing a quality of life to the residents of the NWT so they can become independent, self-reliant individuals has to be a priority of the 16th Legislative Assembly. Mr. Speaker, on November 15th , I had an opportunity to meet in Inuvi

November 27th, 2007
Assembly debate
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 21-16(1): Provision Of Wheelchairs For Quadriplegics  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I know I’ve been here for a while, but I didn’t think I was an MLA for Yellowknife now. ---Laughter ---Applause Mr. Speaker, my Member’s statement before I spoke to the fact that I believe that we failed this individual by not providing them with the

November 27th, 2007
Assembly debate
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Supplementary To Question 21-16(1): Provision Of Wheelchairs For Quadriplegics  I’d like to ask the Minister, what’s the criteria that individuals have to meet to receive a wheelchair? Would it be a recommendation from a rehabilitation centre in Edmonton that they may have just come from? Thank you.

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