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Grand council chief upset with AFN’s protocols and mandates | Posted March 16 2014
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Grand council chief upset with AFN’s protocols and mandates

derrick on March 14th, 2014 6:09 pm - No Comment Yet

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MANITOULIN—Patrick Madahbee, the Grand Council Chief of the Anishinabek Nation, has expressed his group’s concerns with the Assembly of First Nation’s (AFN) relationship with the federal Conservative government in regards to AFN’s protocols and mandates.

In a letter to National Chief Shawn Atleo, Cheif Madahbee writes, “I’m writing today because of concerns I have with the Assembly of First Nation’s (AFN) relationship with the federal Conservative government. In addition, I must also raise a number of issues surrounding AFN’s protocols and mandates.”

“The recent joint announcement for First Nations Control Over First Nation Education Act (FNCFNEA) is of particular interest to Anishinabek First Nations and citizens. I imagine you have heard much of the criticism from some First Nations by now and I do not want to repeat what may have already been said. However, in my role as the Grand Council Chief for the Anishinabek Nation, I am obligated to go on record and inform you of the concerns that are coming from Anishinabek First Nations as well as my own concerns,” wrote Chief Madahbee.....

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