RoseAnne Archibald voted out as Assembly of First Nations national chief

OTTAWA-The Assembly of First Nations moved to oust RoseAnne Archibald as its national chief on Wednesday, after more than a year of turmoil involving her leadership of the advocacy organization. A vote to remove her from the role took place during a special chiefs assembly convened to discuss the implications of a human resources investigation into complaints that AFN staff had filed against Archibald. The resolution to oust her as national chief, just over two years after she became the first woman to serve in the role, passed with support from 71 per cent of the 231 chiefs who took part in the virtual meeting. “We look forward to getting back to the important work of advancing First Nations priorities and acting on behalf of the best interests of our…

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