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Manitok Catherine Thompson MLA for Aivilik, NT In office 1995–1999 Preceded by James Arvaluk Succeeded by riding dissolved MLA for Rankin Inlet South/Whale Cove, NU In office 1999–2004 Preceded by first member Succeeded by Levinia Brown Born 1955 Coral Harbour, Northwest Territories Political party non-partisan consensus government Manitok Catherine Thompson (born 1955 Coral Harbour, Northwest Territories) is a politician from northern Canada. Manitok was first elected to the Legislative Assembly of Northwest Territories in a by-election held on May 8, 1995 held following the resignation of James Arvaluk. She served the Northwest Territories as the minister of Community and Regional Affairs, until the creation of Nunavut in 1999. In the 1999 Nunavut general election, she was elected as the first member for Rankin Inlet South/Whale Cove until 1999. She served as Nunavut's first female cabinet minister. Manitok retired from territorial level politics in 2004 and ran as an independent candidate in the Canadian federal election, 2004 in Nunavut riding. She finished second. External links Rankin Inlet South/Whale Cove profile Manitok Catherine Thompson biography Persondata Name Thompson, Manitok Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1955 Place of birth Coral Harbour, Northwest Territories Date of death Place of death