Two of the three candidates who are vying to be the next national chief of the Assembly of First Nations will be in Winnipeg tonight.
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The Assembly of First Nations electoral officer has yet to release any nomination documents yet but that isn’t stopping potential candidates from declaring that they’re running for the top job at the Assembly of First Nations.
Interim Assembly of First Nation National Chief Ghislain Picard has announced his intention to run for the top job at the election in December, APTN National News has confirmed.
MKO Grand Chief Harper draws criticism over plan to award traditional clan designation to AFN election sponsors
Manitoba Keeewatinowi Okimakanak Grand Chief David Harper’s plan to classify sponsors for the upcoming Assembly of First Nation election event in Winnipeg by traditional clan designations has upset some member chiefs of his organization.
When Assembly of First Nations chiefs on Tuesday decided to hold the election for national chief in Winnipeg this coming December, Manitoba Keeewatinowi Okimakanak Grand Chief David Harper, who will be the host, told the Halifax gathering his organization was “financially ready” to hold the event.
The Assembly of First Nations has a temporary leader until the election for a new national chief is held this coming December in Winnipeg.
A big focus at the meetings in Halifax is on the restructuring of the Assembly of First Nations.