The spring sitting of the Nunavut legislative assembly starts today, the second-last sitting before the general election in October.
That means time is running out for cabinet to finish some work promised in its five-year Tamapta plan.
"They've covered maybe half of the Tamapta plan," said Jeannie Ugyuk, MLA for Nattilik.
"And I'm not too happy with the public consultation. Not enough people being involved. And it's crucial."
In this sitting, the standing committee is expected to table recommendations from its review of the annual reports from the Office of the Languages Commissioner and the Information and Privacy Commissioner.
Seven bills could receive second reading and be debated.