Ronald Bonnetrouge

Ronald Bonnetrouge

Phone: (867) 699-3894
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Ronald Bonnetrouge

Candidate in the Deh Cho All Ridings race.

Ronald can be reached at ronb_50@hotmail.com, or by calling (867) 699-3894.

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Editorial: A friend in need

April 19, 2020

NNSL Media - ...and to help them seek out other funding sources. In response to the contribution not making the cut in the GNWT’s 2020-21 budget, Deh Cho MLA Ronald Bonnetrouge asked cabinet for crisis funding to support the friendship centres facing down the pandemic. “There’s no other organization in our community...

NWT friendship centres soldier through crisis with lost funding

April 10, 2020

NNSL Media - ...federal money keeps them at a baseline of operations, but doesn’t support a full slate of services, Rabesca said. To change that, Deh Cho MLA Ronald Bonnetrouge asked the government for crisis funding to support the friendship centres facing down the pandemic. He was motivated to do so because he saw his...

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

January 25, 2020

CBC North - ...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 than acclaimed Mackenzie Delta MLA Blake Jr., who spent $2,533. Taken together, campaigns for successful candidates...

How NWT election candidates raised and spent their money

January 16, 2020

Cabin Radio - ...successful. Simpson gave more than $7,500 of that money back to himself as "other payments" and "other advertising" in his expenditures column.) Ronald Bonnetrouge ran the most economical successful campaign. He defeated incumbent Michael Nadli in the Deh Cho district while spending only $2,000 (still $900 more...

Cochrane elected NWT Premier on third ballot

October 24, 2019

CKLB 101.9 - ...the running for one of the two seats representing the southern region of the NWT on cabinet, along with Nahendeh MLA Shane Thompson, and Dehcho MLA Ronald Bonnetrouge. Jackson Lafferty was the only Premier candidate that didn’t put their name forward for a cabinet spot. In fact, he left the proceedings...

11 candidates seek election to N.W.T. cabinet

October 24, 2019

CBC North - ...Diane Thom (Inuvik Boot Lake), Jackie Jacobson (Nunakput), and Paulie Chinna (Sahtu) nominated themselves for a seat in cabinet. From the south, Ronald Bonnetrouge (Deh Cho) and Shane Thompson (Nahendeh) are seeking a role. Unsuccessful premier candidates Frieda Martselos (Thebacha) and R.J. Simpson (Hay River...

Caroline Cochrane becomes Canada’s only female premier

October 24, 2019

NNSL Media - ...Jacobson of Nunakput. In the south, Nanehdeh’s Shane Thompson, Thebacha’s Frieda Martselos, Hay River North’s RJ Simpson, and Deh Cho’s Ronald Bonnetrouge, Shane Thompson. Blake acclaimed speaker Earlier in the day, Frederick Blake Jr. of the Mackenzie Delta was acclaimed as the new speaker of the...

MLAs keep mum ahead of vote for N.W.T.’s next premier, cabinet

October 24, 2019

CBC North - ...Wawzonek of Yellowknife South and Cochrane (assuming she doesn't win the premiership) for the Yellowknife spots; and Shane Thompson of Nahendeh and Ronald Bonnetrouge of Deh Cho for the southern seats. "After input from my constituents, getting to an assembly full of fresh faces, and weighing it all against our...

New MLAs report to leg

October 12, 2019

NNSL Media - ...was the need to settle land claims and self-government negotiations and develop better relationships between the GNWT and Indigenous governments. Ronald Bonnetrouge (Deh Cho), who defeated Michael Nadli said biggest goal for the coming term was settling “any and all land claims in the NWT” which he said...

N.W.T. swears in historic new gender-balanced assembly

October 11, 2019

CBC North - ...of 19 members that really want change and want to make a difference for the territory." "It seems like it's a very upbeat bunch of people," said Ronald Bonnetrouge, the new MLA for Deh Cho. "So far, it sounds like we're heading in the right direction." Opening the ceremony, Clerk Tim Mercer called the...

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