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November 1st, 2018
Assembly debate
Page 4695
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 496-18(3): New Government Building  We have had a number of suggestions for naming of buildings, and so for that reason we came up with a government policy. The policy has a definition for an "office building." The definition is based on the purpose of the building. Some of the guidelines are: we need Cabinet appro

November 1st, 2018
Assembly debate
Page 4695
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 496-18(3): New Government Building  We will circulate the policy for naming of buildings. I know there are NGB buildings in other communities, as well, so we will make sure that information is available. Thank you, Mr. Speaker.

November 1st, 2018
Assembly debate
Page 4695
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 496-18(3): New Government Building  I am told that we are starting a process that will provide for the naming of the NGB building, and I think that will be out shortly. As I said, the authority to set up the process and approve the name of a new building lies with Cabinet, and I think we would want to make sure tha

November 1st, 2018
Assembly debate
Page 4695
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 496-18(3): New Government Building  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I kind of like that NGB name itself. Generally we respond to public interest, so if there is public interest to name the building, we have a government policy that focuses on two areas when it comes to naming of buildings. One aspect is how to set up a pro

November 1st, 2018
Assembly debate
Page 4685
Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery

Bob McLeod

Recognition Of Visitors In The Gallery  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I am pleased to recognize a Page from Yellowknife South, Rivka Peters, and also all the Pages who have been here for the past four weeks. Thank you, Mr. Speaker.

October 31st, 2018
Assembly debate
Page 4660
Motions

Bob McLeod

Motion 24-18(3): Revocation of Appointment of the Honourable Member for Great Slave to the Executive Council, Defeated  Mr. Speaker, our guiding principles for consensus government recognizes that a healthy tension between Cabinet and Regular Members is normal, Mr. Speaker. That is evident today. Our debates have not been without their disagreements. As leaders, we will often be called upon to ma

October 31st, 2018
Assembly debate
Page 4631
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 484-18(3): Tourism Regulation  As the Member knows, the Department of Municipal and Community Affairs deals with consumer protection, so we work closely with MACA but primarily in areas of licensing accommodations in communities. In the area of enforcement, we work much more closely with the Department of Infr

October 31st, 2018
Assembly debate
Page 4631
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 484-18(3): Tourism Regulation  I have been involved with the Department of ITI. In fact, I was the Minister, I think, for the first year of this government. We do not see this as a systemic problem, and I am not convinced that it is today. We are more interested in growing our industry and its capacity than we

October 31st, 2018
Assembly debate
Page 4630
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 484-18(3): Tourism Regulation  This year, we have 151 tourism licence holders in the Northwest Territories. Last year, we had 147 tourism licence holders. Five years ago, we had 109 tourism licence holders.

October 31st, 2018
Assembly debate
Page 4630
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 484-18(3): Tourism Regulation  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. You cannot manage what you cannot count. Our licensing system allows us to know how many people are delivering tourism services, what they are, and what time of year their products are being delivered. It can help us measure growth, identify gaps, and guid

October 31st, 2018
Assembly debate
Page 4627
Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery

Bob McLeod

Recognition Of Visitors In The Gallery  Mr. Speaker, I am pleased to recognize a constituent of Yellowknife South, Gayla Thunstrom.

October 30th, 2018
Assembly debate
Page 4595
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 472-18(3): Implementation of the Gwich'in Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement and the Inuvialuit Final Agreement  I would be pleased to provide the Member with a written briefing on the implementation of both the Gwich'in Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement and the Inuvialuit Final Agreement.

October 30th, 2018
Assembly debate
Page 4594
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 472-18(3): Implementation of the Gwich'in Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement and the Inuvialuit Final Agreement  Through respect, responsibility, and recognition of the Government of the Northwest Territories' commitment to collaborative and cooperative relationships with Indigenous governments, this government has worked to advance positive working relationships at all levels. Ministers ar

October 30th, 2018
Assembly debate
Page 4594
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 472-18(3): Implementation of the Gwich'in Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement and the Inuvialuit Final Agreement  Mr. Speaker, the Government of the Northwest Territories is engaged in self-government negotiations with the Gwich'in and the Inuvialuit. Inuvialuit self-government negotiations concluded an agreement in principle in 2015. Negotiations to conclude an Inuvialuit final self-govern

October 29th, 2018
Assembly debate
Page 4532
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 465-18(3): Rights-Based Cabins in the Northwest Territories  The Department of Lands participates actively in an interdepartmental Aboriginal consultation working group that is led by the Department of EIA and assists departments to implement best practices for engagement and consultation. The Government of the Northwest Territories' consu

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