Steve Norn

Candidate in the Tu Nedhé-Wiilideh race.

Steve can be reached on social media, at nornsteve@gmail.com, or by calling (867) 446-1623.

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Race to solve deafening problem of MLAs who can’t hit mute

April 30, 2020

Cabin Radio - ...sighed Steve Norn, the MLA for Tu Nedhé-Wiilideh, as a video conference call with other MLAs and ministers ended on Wednesday afternoon. The call, 90 minutes long, had been beleaguered by audio difficulties that seemed as simple as some participants forgetting to place themselves on mute. That...

How did we get here? A timeline of COVID-19 in the N.W.T.

April 18, 2020

CBC North - ...case of COVID-19 has been identified in the community and sets up a checkstop for vehicles entering the community. Later, MLA for Tu Nedhe-Wiilideh Steve Norn confirms the case identified in a small community April 2 is in Fort Resolution . April 4: In a press conference, Kandola and Premier Caroline...

New liquor restrictions not a perfect solution, says NWT minister

April 17, 2020

Cabin Radio - ... Liquor Act ‘is archaic’ Several community leaders had called for territory-wide restrictions on alcohol, including Tu Nedhé-Wiilideh MLA Steve Norn, the Dene Nation and the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation. They cited concerns with bootlegging and partying in communities as potential risk factors...

NWT liquor stores introduce $200/day, six-mickey restriction

April 16, 2020

Cabin Radio - ...said the changes were being made in response to concerns previously raised. The Dene Nation and Inuvialuit Regional Corporation, alongside MLAs like Steve Norn, have been most vocal in asking for broad restriction of alcohol purchasing. Alcohol delivery coming soon? Wawzonek’s memo also states she is...

Fort Resolution still needs more support from territorial government, mayor says

April 14, 2020

CBC North - ...an ongoing debate over patient privacy and the right to public health information when Deninu Kue Chief Louis Balsillie and Tu Nedhé-Wiilideh MLA Steve Norn both announced that the case was in their backyard. Some small community leaders in the territory have argued they need to know if COVID-19 cases...

IRC joins those calling for alcohol restrictions in NWT

April 8, 2020

Cabin Radio - ...of liquor and cannabis sales. Chief Norman Yakeleya added he was seeking funds to help people manage alcohol withdrawal. Tu Nedhé-Wiilideh MLA Steve Norn has said he will lobby for liquor restrictions. NWT may consider case-by-case solutions Finance Minister Caroline Wawzonek told Cabin Radio last...

Dozens of vehicles stopped, questioned just 24 hours after Fort Resolution check stop put in place

April 4, 2020

CBC North - ...the location of confirmed cases when they appear in small communities, to protect patient privacy. But on Friday, MLA for Tu Nedhé-Wiilideh Steve Norn confirmed Balsillie's post that the individual was in Fort Resolution and had since been medevacked to Stanton Territorial Hospital in Yellowknife. ...

GNWT investigating travel to Fort Resolution in latest COVID-19 case; willing to step up enforcement

April 4, 2020

CKLB 101.9 - ...First Nation Chief Louis Balsillie published a Facebook post, saying government officials had not informed him. Later, Tu Nedhé-Wiilideh MLA Steve Norn posted a video calling on Fort Resolution residents to stay patient and disciplined to combat the virus. “Nothing is going to be gained by...

NWT says if you react like this, people with Covid-19 won’t come forward

April 4, 2020

Cabin Radio - ...on the grounds of patient privacy. Chief Louis Balsillie of the Deninu Kue First Nation first made the location public. Tu Nedhé-Wiilideh MLA Steve Norn later confirmed it. The patient is now in hospital in Yellowknife. At a Saturday news conference, Chief Public Health Officer Dr Kami Kandola...

N.W.T. premier, health officials take questions on latest COVID-19 cases

April 4, 2020

CBC North - ...the location of confirmed cases when they appear in small communities, to protect patient privacy. But on Friday, MLA for Tu Nedhé-Wiilideh Steve Norn confirmed online posts made by Deninu Kue First Nation that the individual was in Fort Resolution, N.W.T., and had since been medevacked to Stanton...

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