- November 24, 2015
Voters from Nahendeh to Nunakput chose change Monday, ousting incumbent MLAs across the Northwest Territories.READ MORE
Northern Alberta has a new voice in cabinet.READ MORE
Energy, excitement, drama, joy for the winners and consternation, even angst for those who didn’t win, emotions at their peak – all that was encompassed in the recent federal election, a great experience, invigorating Canadian democracy. Unfortunately little if any of that will emanate from the territorial election when a new NWT government is chosen on Nov. 23.READ MORE
“It’s an old saying that whisky is for drinking and water is for fighting over and I think we’ve proven, with these agreements, that it doesn’t have to be that way, that we truly can collaborate in the best interests of the people who live in our territories.”READ MORE
If you are thinking seriously about running for MLA in the upcoming NWT election and need help in making up your mind, check out the NWT Status of Women Council’s “Election Resource” to guide and assist you in making the right decisions.
No matter what gender you are, the resource material available there is excellent in helping to decide if you do, indeed, want to ‘throw your hat in the ring.’ Obviously such a decision is not to be taken lightly.
Editor, Prime Minister Stephen Harper states that his government “only failed to deliver on one promise from the 2011 campaign.” That he met ninety and nine promises made that year will never be known with certainty as true or false.READ MORE