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October 17th, 2020
Assembly debate
Consideration in Committee of the Whole of Bills and Other Matters

Steve Norn

Consideration In Committee Of The Whole Of Bills And Other Matters  Madam Chair, I move that the chair rise and report progress.

October 16th, 2020
Assembly debate
Oral Questions

Steve Norn

Question 359-19(2): Home Care  Marsi cho, Mr. Speaker. That's good to hear there are some measures being put in place. There are these gaps. We still need to keep talking about them. We are still hearing them. I know you are in a new role, and already, we've got you to rise quite a few times already. It just g

October 16th, 2020
Assembly debate
Oral Questions

Steve Norn

Question 359-19(2): Home Care  Again, this picture has started to get a little more clear for me now, and I think it's important that the Minister of Health and Social Services and MACA do work together on these type of issues. I think it's important. A lot of our small communities, a few are on the floor or s

October 16th, 2020
Assembly debate
Oral Questions

Steve Norn

Question 359-19(2): Home Care  It is concerning. I know there are some safety in terms of protecting our healthcare providers, our doctors and nurses from doing home visits. My second question: a lot of our small communities, there are no ambulance services. What does this department do to deal with patients

October 16th, 2020
Assembly debate
Oral Questions

Steve Norn

Question 359-19(2): Home Care  Marsi cho, Mr. Speaker. I have some questions for the Minister of Health and Social Services. Just to get some context here, just listening to some of the comments and hearing my colleague from Deh Cho. There's a clear picture here. There're some gaps here in our care for our eld

October 16th, 2020
Assembly debate
Members' Statements

Steve Norn

Home Care and Language Barrier for Community Elders  Marsi cho, Mr. Speaker. I want to point out that, during my constituency visits, I noticed some common themes in terms of gaps in our healthcare system, in particular dealing with the elders and mobility-restricted individuals who needed medical assistance. I am happy my colleagu

October 15th, 2020
Assembly debate
Oral Questions

Steve Norn

Question 351-19(2): Addictions Treatment Services  Marsi cho. Yes, thinking about it, I do have one final question. I will start with a beginning comment. There is the new announcement of sending our residents to Lloydminster and Toronto. Again, I feel like this is a missed opportunity. I really feel that we need to get more valu

October 15th, 2020
Assembly debate
Oral Questions

Steve Norn

Question 351-19(2): Addictions Treatment Services  I did have one final concern. I think maybe it's just a communication case; I'm not too sure. Maybe it could be an opportunity for the department. If all of this money is not being accessed throughout the year, I'm just wondering if that is something the department can look at. I

October 15th, 2020
Assembly debate
Oral Questions

Steve Norn

Question 351-19(2): Addictions Treatment Services  I think it's important, and I had another question going back to after-care reporting. I'm just wondering if there are measures in place before people go out to treatment that there is a follow-up to say, maybe two months, three months, six months down the road, just checking on

October 15th, 2020
Assembly debate
Oral Questions

Steve Norn

Question 351-19(2): Addictions Treatment Services  Marsi cho, Mr. Speaker. Holy, we give an initiation to our new health Minister today. I had a couple of questions for the Minister after hearing my colleague from Monfwi's statement on addictions and addiction services. I have a quick preamble. I'll keep it brief. I heard that th

October 15th, 2020
Assembly debate
Members' Statements

Steve Norn

Recent Rescues and Recognitions in Constituency  Marsi cho, colleagues, and marsi cho, Mr. Speaker. Mentioning those three gentlemen, they put themselves in harm's way to go out on the lake and to rescue a couple of the community members. Their boats sunk and they had to go rescue them. They're stranded. To do that, you have to

October 15th, 2020
Assembly debate
Members' Statements

Steve Norn

Recent Rescues and Recognitions in Constituency  Marsi cho, Mr. Speaker. To start off, I'd like to begin by welcoming all my colleagues back and getting back to the grind. This first year in office has been tumultuous to say the least, given the ongoing global pandemic that we are dealing with so far. Mr. Speaker, going forwar

August 27th, 2020
Assembly debate
Page 3
Review and Adoption of Guidelines and Procedures

Steve Norn

Review And Adoption Of Guidelines And Procedures  This is not the first time that I've been stifled by the system. Marsi cho, Mr. Chairperson.

August 27th, 2020
Assembly debate
Page 3
Review and Adoption of Guidelines and Procedures

Steve Norn

Review And Adoption Of Guidelines And Procedures  I'd like to say something really briefly.

August 27th, 2020
Assembly debate
Page 3
Review and Adoption of Guidelines and Procedures

Steve Norn

Review And Adoption Of Guidelines And Procedures  Marsi cho for the indulgence, Mr. Chairperson. I would like to address the House really quickly before I sit down. Is that okay, Mr. Chairperson?

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