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March 12th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5378
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 683-18(3): Northwest Territories Water Licenses  Right now, only Canada can provide policy direction to the boards, but I can say that the Minister responsible for Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada has agreed to start discussions for the devolution of the MVRMA processes. As you may recall, there was a five

March 12th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5378
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 683-18(3): Northwest Territories Water Licenses  The Government of the Northwest Territories works closely with regional land and water boards on information guidelines relevant to water licensing and land-use permitting processes. Guidelines exist with respect to completing water licence applications in the Mackenzie Valley. T

March 12th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5378
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 683-18(3): Northwest Territories Water Licenses  We are not currently considering revising the requirement for a type B water licence for the use of over 100 cubic metres of water per day. It is my understanding that this volume is consistent with other northern jurisdictions. In the Yukon, the 300 cubic metres is a threshold s

March 12th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5378
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 683-18(3): Northwest Territories Water Licenses  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. The Northwest Territories has a unique co-management regulatory regime that is governed by the federal Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act and the Territorial Waters Act. Under the devolution agreement, the Government of the Northwest Territories rece

March 12th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5378
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 682-18(3): Deline Got'ine Self-Government  The Government of the Northwest Territories, Canada, and Deline Got'ine Government are working closely together to continue the implementation of the Deline Got'ine agreement. We will be establishing a bilateral housing working group to collaboratively address housing issues in t

March 12th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5377
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 682-18(3): Deline Got'ine Self-Government  This MOU will formalize our government-to-government relationship and provide an opportunity for the Government of the Northwest Territories and Deline Got'ine Government leadership to meet and discuss issues of mutual concern and interests. We have found that this is an excellen

March 12th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5377
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 682-18(3): Deline Got'ine Self-Government  A date will be set for a first meeting as soon as the leaders have reviewed and approved the draft agreement. I am very optimistic that we can have that first meeting during the life of this government.

March 12th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5377
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 682-18(3): Deline Got'ine Self-Government  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. The Government of the Northwest Territories and Deline Got'ine Government officials have been working closely and are currently finalizing a draft MOU. Officials will be meeting this month to conclude that draft agreement with the Deline Got'ine Government

March 8th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5302
Recognition of Visitors in the Gallery

Bob McLeod

Recognition Of Visitors In The Gallery  Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I would like to recognize three Pages from Yellowknife South, Tyson Lafond, Janica-Lei Silverio, and Ryley Steinwand. Thank you, Mr. Speaker.

March 6th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5208
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 655-18(3): Arctic and Northern Policy Framework  The Government of the Northwest Territories has held engagements for the development of the Northwest Territories-specific chapter in January of 2018 and has been working with Northwest Territories Indigenous governments through the intergovernmental council. In February of 2019

March 6th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5208
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 655-18(3): Arctic and Northern Policy Framework  I don't believe there is imbalance, but, as I said, we will see what Indigenous governments and stakeholders have to say. Committee has provided positive feedback in this regard, and this is currently being considered, and we will take feedback and develop another draft and share

March 6th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5208
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 655-18(3): Arctic and Northern Policy Framework  I have received comments from the standing committee, both during a briefing on February 28th or 26th and in written correspondence from the committee. I have also received input from stakeholders since the briefing. Further comments are expected this week from Indigenous governm

March 6th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5208
Oral Questions

Bob McLeod

Question 655-18(3): Arctic and Northern Policy Framework  Thank you, Mr. Speaker, and I thank the Member for giving me advance notice of his line of questioning. In this case, the federal government has not provided any updates on the validation document or the timelines for the release of the Arctic and Northern Policy Framework as a w

March 5th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5161
Ministers' Statements

Bob McLeod

Minister's Statement 163-18(3): Minister Absent from the House  Mr. Speaker, I wish to advise Members that the Honourable Glen Abernethy will be absent from the House today and tomorrow due to a personal matter. Thank you, Mr. Speaker.

February 28th, 2019
Assembly debate
Page 5147
Consideration in Committee of the Whole of Bills and Other Matters

Bob McLeod

Consideration In Committee Of The Whole Of Bills And Other Matters  No. We settled a Deline final agreement, as well.

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