Katrina Nokleby

Candidate in the Great Slave Yellowknife race.

Katrina can be reached on social media, at katrinaforgreatslavemla@gmail.com, or by calling (867) 446-9566.

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Former head of mining watchdog calls for NWT to change industry

January 21, 2020

NNSL Media - ...“responsible and ethical mineral development in the NWT have an ally in my office.” At the time, Minister of Industry, Tourism and Investment Katrina Nokleby said NWT needed a strong resource sector. “In order to realize (the full potential of the NWT economy) we need a solid foundation of resource...

Ottawa gives $500K to promote northern mineral resources

January 20, 2020

Cabin Radio - ...in Vancouver for the event this week, as are Indigenous government leaders. In prepared remarks before travelling to Vancouver, industry minister Katrina Nokleby said "priority projects" in the NWT – like the Slave Geological Province access road, and expansion of the Taltson hydro system – would be...

Three cabinet ministers, 18 staff to attend AME Roundup Conference

January 17, 2020

NNSL Media - ...and Indigenous Affairs, stated that three cabinet ministers have been confirmed to attend the Roundup, including Premier Caroline Cochrane, Katrina Nokleby, minister of Industry, Tourism and Investment and Infrastructure, and Shane Thompson, minister of Environment and Natural Resources (as well as...

How NWT election candidates raised and spent their money

January 16, 2020

Cabin Radio - ...$11,166.82 Tu Nedhe-Wiilideh Steve Norn $10,911.43 Yellowknife North Cory Vanthuyne $10,454.43 Yellowknife Centre Niels Konge $10,432.95 Great Slave Katrina Nokleby $9,954.66 Kam Lake Caitlin Cleveland $9,875.00 Nahendeh Shane Thompson $9,516.28 Hay River South Rocky Simpson $9,091.08 Tu Nedhe-Wiilideh Lila...

ITI minister committed to new fish plant in Hay River

December 24, 2019

NNSL Media - ...Tourism and Investment (ITI) Minister Katrina Nokleby says the GNWT is still committed to building a new fish plant in Hay River. “We remain committed to the (Great Slave Lake commercial fishery) revitalization initiative, and we want to move forward as quickly as possible with the fish plant,”...

NWT ‘still committed’ to fish plant it currently can’t afford

December 12, 2019

Cabin Radio - ...in limbo. Rocky Simpson, the Hay River South MLA, raised the plant's future in the legislature on Wednesday. Simpson asked industry minister Katrina Nokleby what would happen next. "We remain committed to building the plant," said Nokleby. "I recognize how important this project is to Hay River." In...

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

December 5, 2019

NNSL Media - ...said the MLAs who attended the 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...

Editorial: Mining, forever the final frontier

December 2, 2019

NNSL Media - ...the capital for days of symposiums and hobnobbing and climaxed with the ritzy MAX Awards, presided over by Industry, Tourism and Investment Minister Katrina Nokleby, who for more than a month now has had responsibility for the GNWT ministry charged with overseeing and supporting the sector that accounts for a...

Photos: Yellowknife Santa Claus parade 2019

November 25, 2019

Cabin Radio - ...YK Galaxy Youth Soccer Club; Aroma Brewealis Homebrew Club; Copperhouse Eatery and Lounge; Makerspace YK; MLA's Julie Green, Rylund Johnson, Katrina Nokleby, Kevin O’Reilly; and Yellowknives Dene First Nation Chiefs Ernest Betsina and Edward Sangris. The parade is hosted by the City of Yellowknife. ...

NWT Max Awards close out 47th annual Geoscience Forum

November 23, 2019

NNSL Media - ...Cochrane and Minister Nokleby The evening also featured guest speakers Premier Caroline Cochrane and Industry, Tourism and Investment and Minister Katrina Nokleby, who both sent strong signals that their new government will be an ally of the mineral industry over the next four years. “All of us here...

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