Mr. Speaker, as of April 1st we are finally going to have legislative authority over water, excluding the offshore, in our Territory.
Mr. Speaker, I am pleased to speak today on the Department of Lands’ role in the new Regulatory Regime in the Northwest Territories post-Devolution. The NWT Devolution of Lands and Resources Agreement will bring significant changes to the Northwest Territories.
Mr. Speaker, the Government of the Northwest Territories recognizes that our future prosperity is heavily dependent on the responsible development of our abundant natural resources.
Mr. Speaker, culture and language support our identity and help strengthen the common goals of NWT communities.
Mr. Speaker, in the Northwest Territories addiction to drugs or alcohol is the number one issue facing many northern inmates. The Department of Justice is taking steps to enhance addictions programs through the Corrections Service.
Mr. Speaker, our government is in the final stages of entering into a Memorandum of Agreement with our federal counterparts that will see Northerners servicing RCMP assets in the Northwest Territories.
Mr. Speaker, today I would like to speak on the topic of child and family services.
YELLOWKNIFE (February 25, 2014) – With Junior Kindergarten on the horizon for 29 small communities in the 2014-15 school year, the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) is making sure the program and investments are meeting the needs of all affected chil
YELLOWKNIFE (February 24, 2014) – The new Land Use and Sustainability Framework is a critical piece of the legislative and policy framework that will guide the Government of the Northwest Territories’ decisions as it takes on new responsibilities for regulating public land, water
Mr. Speaker, the Department of Education, Culture and Employment wishes to recognize the dedication and service of the educators who have contributed to the well-being, support and education of our students.