Caitlin Cleveland

Candidate in the Kam Lake Yellowknife race.

Caitlin can be reached on social media, at info@caitlinclevelandmla.ca, or by calling (867) 446-5253.

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Here’s what N.W.T. constituents want during the pandemic, in MLAs’ own words

April 3, 2020

CBC North - ...need to go to their families at night too. Everybody needs to be limiting the time they're going out so we can stop this in its tracks. Kam Lake, Caitlin Cleveland A lot of parents were reaching out as far as making sure we're doing what we can to address some of the fears or concerns that kids have. I teamed...

VIDEO: COVID-19: Kids ask, experts answer

April 2, 2020

NNSL Media - ...field the long list of burning and often confusing questions surrounding COVID-19, Kam Lake MLA Caitlin Cleveland has teamed up with Dr. Sarah Cook, Territorial Medical Director and Physician, and Caroline Wawzonek, minister of justice and finance, to make a kid-friendly, easy-to-understand informative video...

Border closure the right decision, MLAs say

March 21, 2020

NNSL Media - ...officer and believe that we as Northerners need to do everything we can to be diligent and protect one another during these unprecedented times,” Caitlin Cleveland, MLA for Kam Lake told NNSL Media. “Although we have not experienced this before, the North is incredible at building one another up during times...

One appointment per day keeps COVID away at Land Titles

March 20, 2020

NNSL Media - ...the office entirely. “Land Titles has amended their decision to close,” he stated. “The Justice Minister and a few MLAs (Rylund Johnson and Caitlin Cleveland among them) really stepped up and acted quickly. ” Earlier in the day, Rod Stirling, a realtor with Coldwell Banker, had stated that the...

NWT MLAs vote in ‘most important debate since we’ve been elected’

March 14, 2020

Cabin Radio - ...look to the future. A lot of our youth do not come back here because we don't have a strong economy. I believe the economy is extremely important." Caitlin Cleveland, Kam Lake: "How much money are we going to put into a project that we are not sure we will actually be able to financially see through to the very...

Lafferty ordered out of NWT legislature after refusing to apologize

March 11, 2020

Cabin Radio - ...on Tuesday that its Tłı̨chǫ interpreter would be unavailable through illness. Lafferty's language complaint was publicly supported by MLAs Caitlin Cleveland, Steve Norn, Kevin O'Reilly, Frieda Martselos, Rocky Simpson, Lesa Semmler, Julie Green, Jackie Jacobson, and Rylund...

NWT explores more virtual care as travel costs rise 43% in 5 years

March 11, 2020

Cabin Radio - ...travel prices, more complex cases, and more non-medical escorts. Minister Diane Thom gave the figure in response to questions from Kam Lake MLA Caitlin Cleveland in the legislature on Tuesday. Medical travel is the assistance provided to residents heading south for treatment they can't access locally. In the...

Who’s in charge of tackling domestic violence in the NWT?

March 9, 2020

Cabin Radio - ...a recognition by this cabinet of that gap, and a recognition of the need to fix that gap." Wawzonek was responding to questions from Kam Lake MLA Caitlin Cleveland, who said she was fielding an increasing number of inquiries about supports for people experiencing domestic violence. While supports do exist, the...

Campaign schools played key role in gender parity, MLAs say

March 6, 2020

NNSL Media - ...it weren’t for (my mother) holding my hand over the years, I wouldn’t be standing here in front of you today,” she told MLAs. Kam Lake MLA Caitlin Cleveland and cabinet minister Paulie Chinna, who represents the Sahtu, took a different route: they thanked Yellowknife Centre Julie Green, who pioneered...

Integrated case management is winning in YK. Others want in.

March 4, 2020

Cabin Radio - ...using integrated case management is considered by the NWT government to be from the Yellowknife area. Answering questions from Kam Lake MLA Caitlin Cleveland on Monday, Wawzonek said 55 percent of the system's current users – around 135 people – were either born and raised in Yellowknife or have lived...

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