Consensus-Style Government: Deputy Minister and Dan Carlson
consensus-style government: The territory had an election in the fall and, because of its consensus-style government, little could be done until new members met and laid out an agenda for the new legislature session a meeting that doesn't begin until Monday, according to The Chronicle Herald. Bad timing, said Carlson. We do feel behind in our preparation, said Dan Carlson, Nunavut's deputy minister of finance. But he said Nunavut's plans to regulate distribution and consumption of cannabis are emerging and are likely to look a little different than anywhere else in the country. We are only proposing to offer online sales. Don't look for pot stores in Iqaluit any time soon, he said. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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