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February 20th, 2019
Assembly debate
Ministers' Statements

Bob McLeod

Minister's Statement 145-18(3): Self-government Agreement-in-Principle for the Sahtu Dene and Metis of Norman Wells  Mr. Speaker, on January 16, 2019, I had the honour of signing the self-government agreement-in-principle for the Sahtu Dene and Metis of Norman Wells, alongside our negotiating partners, the Government of Canada and the Norman Wells Land Corporation. Reaching this Self-Governmen

February 14th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4883
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 565-18(3): China-Northwest Territories Relations  We have done a lot of work with the Chinese over the past. We have developed a China Strategy for the Northwest Territories. We have also been looking at investing in sister cities or provinces. We just recently had a Chinese counsellor visiting us, meeting with the Minister of E

February 14th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4883
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 565-18(3): China-Northwest Territories Relations  Yes, we certainly are prepared to do that. We are still in contact with the Chinese, People's Republic, friends of the people who usually host us when we go to China. There is still a possibility that we could go there before the end of the term of this government. With regards t

February 14th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4883
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 565-18(3): China-Northwest Territories Relations  Other than what we see in the media, there has been no reaching out by the Government of Canada to us. I believe that, the incident at Huawei, Canada was following the rule of law. The fact that a number of individuals were apprehended in China gives us pause to think. We were pl

February 14th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4883
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 565-18(3): China-Northwest Territories Relations  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Our relationship with China goes back a long way and, if anything, the recent tightening of the Chinese government on subnational investments and business has had a limited effect on our territory. Most of the investments were in mining. We did have some b

February 14th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4881
Ministers' Statements

Bob McLeod

Minister's Statement 144-18(3): Minister Absent from the House  Mr. Speaker, I wish to advise Members that the honourable Alfred Moses will be absent from the House today to attend the federal-provincial-territorial Ministers' conference in Red Deer, Alberta. Thank you, Mr. Speaker.

February 13th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4858
Ministers' Statements

Bob McLeod

Minister's Statement 143-18(3): Minister Absent from the House  Mr. Speaker, I wish to advise the Members that the honourable Glenn Abernethy will be absent from the House today due to a personal matter. Thank you, Mr. Speaker.

February 12th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4838
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 551-18(3): Land Rights Agreements  There are a number of reasons why these negotiations have taken a long time. Some NWT Indigenous governments more recently are waiting to see how new federal policies are evolving before they proceed and conclude their land claim and self-government agreements. We respect this de

February 12th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4838
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 551-18(3): Land Rights Agreements  The Government of the Northwest Territories continues to place a high priority on negotiating these complex and very important agreements. The Government of the Northwest Territories recognizes that the certainty provided by modern agreements benefits everyone. The need for provi

February 12th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4838
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 551-18(3): Land Rights Agreements  I was very pleased to be able to go to Norman Wells in January to sign the self-government agreement-in-principle for the Sahtu Dene and Metis of Norman Wells. This is a significant milestone that all parties should be proud of. In addition, the Sahtu Dene and Metis of Tulita are

February 12th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4838
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 551-18(3): Land Rights Agreements  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. The Government of the Northwest Territories is actively involved in land and resource negotiations in most areas of the Northwest Territories without modern treaties. Today, we are in final agreement negotiations with the Acho Dene Koe First Nation from Fo

February 12th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4835
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 546-18(3): Arctic Sovereignty  The Government of the Northwest Territories has had a Traditional Knowledge Policy in place for well over 25 years, and as with any work of the Government of the Northwest Territories, traditional knowledge is considered in work related to Arctic policy. It is a priority in parti

February 12th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4835
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 546-18(3): Arctic Sovereignty  When we attend these different international meetings, we learn very soon how the Arctic in some Arctic countries drives their economy and how their federal governments are investing heavily in large infrastructure. It's the same here, where we need more investment and improved t

February 12th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4835
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 546-18(3): Arctic Sovereignty  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. The Government of the Northwest Territories participates on the Canadian delegation to the Arctic Council, which provides the opportunity to work on issues of importance with the federal government, the Indigenous permanent participants, as well as other i

February 11th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 4808
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 539-18(3): Intergovernmental Resource Revenue Sharing Agreement Payment  No. Retained amounts have not been used to support Indigenous government delegates to attend AME. For AME Roundup, the GNWT ITI department uses funds allocated under the Mineral Development Strategy to client services and community relations for Aboriginal capacity funding. From

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