It was tough…but it had to be done

It was tough…but it had to be done. The infighting between former National Chief RoseAnne Archibald and the AFN executive committee had reached a point of no return. And something had to be done. While Archibald spent two years fighting with the executive and travelling the reason she was elected, the reason the position exists was ignored and as a result First Nations were ignored. The national assembly itself was becoming tainted with allegations that were never proven and after two years seemed to be more disgruntled accusations from a leader who didn’t seem to know how to lead or what her job really was. What we do know is that it wasn’t only the regional chief’s executive who felt her wrath. Embattled employees came forward with complaints. Complaints of…

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