Caitlin Cleveland

Candidate in the Kam Lake Yellowknife race.

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Indigenous jail numbers are ‘a national travesty.’ What can the NWT do?

February 14, 2020

Cabin Radio - to each other and create case files for individuals with complex needs. They require our departments to email each other on the front lines." Caitlin Cleveland, the Kam Lake MLA, said: "Integrated teams can be more flexible, more creative, and more effective. Most importantly, they learn from both their...

What does it cost to win an election in the N.W.T.?

January 25, 2020

CBC North - ...campaigns jump to $16,812. In 2019, seven successful candidates — Jackie Jacobson, Kevin O'Reilly, Caroline Wawzonek, Julie Green, Lesa Semmler, Caitlin Cleveland, and Caroline Cochrane — spent more than the average. The most resourceful new MLA was Deh Cho's Ronald Bonnetrouge. He spent only $2,004, less...

MLAs, Auditor General’s office react to foster parent concerns

January 20, 2020

CBC North - ...who are navigating a system that is "short staffed across the board." Everything comes down to the safety of children, said Jacobson. MLA Caitlin Cleveland heads up the committee that will review and respond to a letter from the Foster Family Coalition. (Mario De Ciccio/Radio-Canada) The CBC contacted...

‘Mass chaos’ in social services, say foster caregivers in crisis

January 19, 2020

Cabin Radio - ...have raised," Thom stated, adding she would not comment on specific concerns raised until that meeting had taken place. Two other MLAs, Kam Lake's Caitlin Cleveland and Nahendeh's Shane Thompson – the environment minister – are also understood to have been involved in meetings with caregivers. Thompson...

Foster parents vent at childcare ‘crisis’

January 17, 2020

NNSL Media - ...unless major changes take place. “This is our modern day residential school crisis,” Roberts tells Thom, Shane Thompson, minister of youth, and Caitlin Cleveland, chair of the legislative assembly’s Social Development Committee, in a letter accompanying the Dec. 12 meeting summary. The majority of children...

N.W.T. government workers ‘abuse’ foster parents, provide false information, says foster coalition

January 17, 2020

CBC North - ...course of their 2018 audit, and not the territory. On Thursday, Roberts met with MLAs including Shane Thompson, minister responsible for youth, and Caitlin Cleveland, chair of the Standing Committee on Social Development, to discuss the letter. Roberts said she hopes the letter will help MLAs "see that we need...

How NWT election candidates raised and spent their money

January 16, 2020

Cabin Radio - O'Reilly in Yellowknife's Frame Lake district. Kieron Testart and Robert Hawkins each raised around $15,000 in Kam Lake but were defeated by Caitlin Cleveland, who raised a little under $10,000. In 10 of the 16 districts where campaigns were fought (three candidates were acclaimed unopposed), the...

Childcare now available for MLAs in bid to attract parents, women

January 10, 2020

NNSL Media - ...policy aimed at attracting more mothers and fathers to run for MLA has received universal support at the NWT Legislative Assembly. Kam Lake MLA Caitlin Cleveland introduced a bill providing childcare benefits to assembly members that passed unanimously last month. Since then, MLAs have welcomed the step. The...

NWT’s MP ‘broadly agrees’ with Green New Deal’s aims

January 10, 2020

Cabin Radio - ...Norwegian, Grand Chief of the Tłı̨chǫ Government George Mackenzie, and Elder and environmental advocate Francois Paulette. Territorial MLAs Caitlin Cleveland, Julie Green, Rylund Johnson and Kevin O'Reilly were signatories, alongside city councillors Julian Morse and Shauna Morgan. A range of healthcare...

In bid to break disabilities barriers, MLAs are called to act

December 5, 2019

NNSL Media - ...presentation were receptive to the priorities posed, none have yet to formally committed to undertaking them. MLAs Katrina Nokleby, Julie Green, Caitlin Cleveland, Rylund Johnson, Frieda Martselos, and Kevin O’Reilly attended the Nov. 4 presentation, which was open to all MLAs. The council has since...

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