Executive Council of the Northwest Territories

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The Executive Council of the Northwest Territories or cabinet consists of six Ministers and a Premier elected by the 19 members of the Legislative Assembly.[1]

Ministers at present are as follows (current as of October 2014):[2]

Portfolio Minister

Premier

Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Intergovernmental Relations
Minister Responsible for Women
and Minister Responsible for New Energy Initiatives
Bob McLeod

Deputy Premier

Minister of Education, Culture and Employment
and Minister Responsible for Workers' Safety and Compensation Commission
Jackson Lafferty

Minister of Finance

Chairman of the Financial Managemnt Board
Minister of Environment and Natural Resources
and Minister Responsible for the Northwest Territories Power Corporation
J. Michael Miltenberger

Minister of Municipal and Community Affairs

Minister Responsible for the Northwest Territories Housing Corporation
Minister Responsible for Homlessness
and Minister Responsible for Youth
Robert C. McLeod

Minister of Industry, Toursim and Investment

Minister of Justice
and Minister Responsible for the Public Utilities Board
David Ramsay

Minister of Health and Social Services

Minister Responsible for Seniors
and Minister Responsible for Persons with Diabilities
Glen Abernethy

Minister of Transportation

Minister of Human Resources
and Minister of Public Works and Services
Tom Beaulieu

Former Ministers[edit]

  • Tom Butters - Minister of the Northwest Territories Housing Corporation 1989-1991

References[edit]

  1. ^ About the Government of the Northwest Territories, accessed October 30, 2014
  2. ^ Members of Cabinet, accessed October 30, 2014