Time for AFN to get down to business

It’s over. Former Assembly of First Nations National Chief RoseAnne Archibald may not like it. Her supporters may not like it. But she is done. Archibald’s attempt to get reinstated to her job failed Tuesday after almost two hours of debate and three attempts to get the issue on the floor at the opening of the AFN’s 44th annual general assembly in Halifax. Even Archibald herself appeared virtually to chastise the chiefs, again, and tell them not to continue with the “coup” that removed her. Archibald has cut a wide swath in her attempt to get her job back. She has made claims she wasn’t fired, it was a coup against her. She claims it was supported by Liberal partisans and loyalists to former AFN leaders. She had called on…

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