Northwest Territories general election, 1995

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The Northwest Territories general election, 1995 was the 18th general election in the Northwest Territories history. The election took place on October 16, 1995. This was the last election before the Northwest Territories was split in two with the creation of Nunavut.

The big issue this election was the division of the Northwest Territories assets to meet the April 1, 1999 deadline. Twenty four MLAs were elected, seven incumbents returned and one was acclaimed.

Members of the Legislative Assembly elected[edit]

For complete electoral history; see individual districts

13th Northwest Territories Legislative Assembly
District Member
Aivilik Manitok Thompson
Amittuq Mark Evaloarjuk
Baffin Central Tommy Enuaraq
Baffin South Goo Arlooktoo
Deh Cho Samuel Gargan
Frame Lake Charles Dent
Hay River Jane Groenewegen
Inuvik Floyd Roland
Iqaluit Ed Picco
Keewatin Central John Todd
Kitikmeot Kelvin Ng1
Kivallivik Kevin O'Brien
Mackenzie Delta David Krutko
Nahendeh Jim Antoine
Natilikmiot John Ningark
North Slave James Rabesca
Nunakput Vince Steen1
Quttiktuq Levi Barnabas
Sahtu Stephen Kakfwi
Thebacha Michael Miltenberger
Tu Nedhe Don Morin
Yellowknife Centre Jake Ootes
Yellowknife North Roy Erasmus
Yellowknife South Seamus Henry


1 For electoral purposes Holman (Ulukhaktok) was included in Nunakput and not the Kitikmeot.

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