- Assembly of First Nations Supports New Brunswick First Nations Leadership in Call for Responsible and Sustainable Natural Resources Development
- National Chief Shawn A-in-chut Atleo Pays Respects and Tribute to Former Grand Chief Rod Bushie
- Assembly of First Nations Offers Condolences After Passing of Elder Frank Beardy
Highlights from the National Chief Shawn A-in-chut Atleo
Communiqué from National Chief Shawn Atleo May 2013
As we head in to the busy summer months, we look forward to showcasing First Nations driving change and achieving success both in our communities… read more
2013 Flood Situation Update - Special Bulletin
Flooding is a situation faced by many First Nation communities across the country on an annual basis, and generally, the more remote the community, the… read more
Communiqué from National Chief Shawn Atleo - April 2013
As the spring season begins to warm the earth, we extend greetings to all of you. read more
Following the AFN Charter and as directed by Chiefs-in-Assembly, the AFN actively engages with Parliamentarians to advocate and advance the aspirations of First Nations. In addition, the AFN monitors and directly engages on legislation which could have impacts on First Nations rights and interests. When Parliament is in session, we provide weekly summaries of activities in the House of Commons, the Senate, and committee business.
Please click here for additional information and analysis on legislation and presentations to committees.
National Chief Shawn Atleo visited the Otter Nelson River School in Cross Lake, Manitoba on May 6, 2013. The school submitted one of the winning entries in the AFN Student Video contest on First Nation education.