Clockwise from top left: Josh Campbell, Mavis Cli-Michaud, Shane Thompson and Sharon Allen.
Residents of Nahendeh can choose between Sharon Allen, Josh Campbell, Mavis Cli-Michaud, Hillary Deneron, Shane Thompson or Leslie Wright in the 2023 territorial election.
We’ve interviewed four of the six candidates, giving each person 15 minutes to discuss their platform, the priorities they’d like to focus on if elected, and the qualities that they believe help to mark them out as a candidate.
Longtime northern educator and advocate Sharon Allen says she will apply Dene principles to achieve progress in consensus government at the next assembly. Read Sharon’s interview
Josh Campbell says he’ll be “a voice you can trust” to represent the Nahendeh district, citing years of experience covering politics during his time in journalism. Read Josh’s interview
Shane Thompson, the Nahendeh MLA since 2015 and a minister since 2019, says his record and work ethic speak for themselves as a representative of the region. Read Shane’s interview
Mavis Cli-Michaud hopes to bring her 40 years of experience working for the Government of Canada and heading regulatory boards to the role of Nahendeh MLA. Read Mavis’s interview
Interviews could not be arranged with Hillary Deneron and Leslie Wright, who are also running for the seat.