Nunatsiaq News
NEWS: Nunavut November 07, 2018 - 8:00 am

Photo: Speaker gives House a talking to

NUNATSIAQ NEWS
Joe Enook, Speaker of Nunavut’s legislative assembly, reminds MLAs on Monday, Nov. 5, to be respectful, watch their tone and avoid personal attacks. “The past few weeks and months have been challenging for all of us,” he said. “I am reminded that we all want to work for the betterment of all Nunavummiut.” Enook's remarks followed a tense start to the session, in which Pat Angnakak resigned from cabinet. Enook said his comments stem from concerns he’s heard from elders, who worry “that we are losing our focus in this place.” (PHOTO BY SARAH ROGERS)
Joe Enook, Speaker of Nunavut’s legislative assembly, reminds MLAs on Monday, Nov. 5, to be respectful, watch their tone and avoid personal attacks. “The past few weeks and months have been challenging for all of us,” he said. “I am reminded that we all want to work for the betterment of all Nunavummiut.” Enook's remarks followed a tense start to the session, in which Pat Angnakak resigned from cabinet. Enook said his comments stem from concerns he’s heard from elders, who worry “that we are losing our focus in this place.” (PHOTO BY SARAH ROGERS)

Email this story to a friend... Print this page... Bookmark and Share Comment on this story...

(1) Comments:

#1. Posted by Karma on November 08, 2018

we can only tolerate the delay for Mr. Karmma but if it is in your will or power to do something SPEAK UP! enough! 
In my experience to be active and if you are bullied or harassed contact your HR, MLA or NEU. ALWAYS put it in writing and copy to an appropriate person to insist and ensure your right to assistance.

Absolute thank you to Joe Enook for this speech.

Remember my personal information

Notify me of follow-up comments?