Médias

octobre 3, 2017
Déclarations et discours de ministres

Delivered October 3, 2017

Mr. Speaker, since 2013, September 30th has been marked as Orange Shirt Day, a day for all Canadians to remember the survivors of the residential school system.

Organizers chose an orange shirt as the symbol for that day based on a story told by Phyllis Jack Webstat, a survivor of the St. Joseph Mission Residential School in Williams Lake, BC. In her story, Ms. Webstat tells of having the shiny, new orange shirt her grandmother had given to her being taken away on her first day at residential school.

juillet 11, 2017
Avis publics

Yellowknife, le 11 juillet 2017 – Nous sollicitons l’avis des Ténois sur la façon dont les Territoires du Nord-Ouest envisagent de réglementer le cannabis et sur les principes proposés pour orienter le gouvernement des Territoires du Nord-Ouest (GTNO) dans son approche de la légalisation du cannabis. Les Ténois peuvent donner leur avis par l’intermédiaire d’un nouveau site Web lancé par le GTNO cette semaine.

avril 20, 2017
Communiqués de presse

Yellowknife, le 20 avril 2017 – Après le dépôt du projet de loi fédéral sur le cannabis devant la Chambre des communes la semaine dernière, le gouvernement des Territoires du Nord-Ouest (GTNO) a entrepris le travail qui pavera la voie à la légalisation.

octobre 22, 2013
Déclarations et discours de ministres

(October 22, 2013) - Mr. Speaker, many Northwest Territories residents continue to experience family violence or are dealing with its negative after-effects. This is not the kind of territory that we want. We talk about healthy and educated people in this Assembly, and we talk about safe and sustainable communities. We are committed to achieving those goals and addressing family violence is an important part of that commitment.

octobre 16, 2013
Communiqués de presse

YELLOWKNIFE (October 16, 2013) – On October 3, 2013, citizens of Yellowknife came together with representatives responsible for public safety to discuss issues of concern in the capital city.

Minister of Justice Glen Abernethy, Yellowknife Health and Social Services Authority CEO Les Harrison and Mayor Mark Heyck gave opening statements, along with RCMP Commanding Officer Wade Blake and Yellowknife Inspector Frank Gallagher.  The two-hour session was moderated by MLA Wendy Bisaro.

septembre 27, 2012
Communiqués de presse

YELLOWKNIFE (September 27, 2012) -- People who assist and support those affected by family violence have come together from across the Northwest Territories to receive training and information and learn from each other.