Former national chief calls for investigation into potential federal interference

r By Kelly Geraldine Malone THE CANADIAN PRESS RoseAnne Archibald has called for an independent investigation into potential government interference into the Assembly of First Nations a week after she was ousted as national chief. “The AFN has become a tool for the government,” Archibald said during a Facebook Live video on Thursday evening. Archibald said she was in B.C. but when she couldn’t get a signal at her favourite park she drove to parking lot where she picked up a signal. Archibald was voted out during a special chiefs assembly that also dealt with a human resources investigation related to complaints AFN staff filed against her. The resolution passed last Wednesday with support from about 70 per cent of those who took part in the virtual meeting. The human resources…

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