Monthly Archives: October 2010
Premier Floyd Roland says he hopes Aboriginal governments in the Northwest Territories will be prepared to take the next step in the process to advance a proposed Devolution Agreement-in-Principle (AiP).
Minister of Health and Social Services Sandy Lee has responded to the report of the Supplementary Health Benefits Joint Working Group.
The Minister of Environment and Natural Resources informed Members of the Legislative Assembly on the important progress that the GNWT is making towards expanding the use of alternative energy sources.
The Minister of Health and Social Service highlighted some of the recommendations from the Report of the Supplementary Health Benefits Joint Working Group.
Premier Floyd K. Roland presented a history of the AiP process to Members of the Legislative Assembly this morning.
Minister of Finance, J. Michael Miltenberger says fiscal arrangements included in the proposed draft Devolution Agreement-in-Principle (AiP) are consistent with what Canadian provinces receive in transfer payments from the federal government.
The Minister of Finance, J. Michael Miltenberger, addressed a key element of the draft Devolution Agreement-in-Principle – the net fiscal benefit that would accrue to Northwest Territories governments and residents once a Final Agreement has been reached and implemented.
The Minister of Industry, Tourism, and Investment, Bob McLeod, outlined a few programs that support the traditional economy in the NWT.
The Minister of Education, Culture and Employment, Jackson Lafferty, presented the Government of the Northwest Territories’ NWT Aboriginal Languages Plan – A Shared Responsibility today.
The Minister of Municipal and Community Affairs, Robert C. McLeod, presented the Department’s Strategic Plan today.