- Assembly of First Nations Supports the Alternative Federal Budget and the Goal of Closing the Gap in Quality of Life Between First Nations and Canadians
- AFN National Chief Tells House of Commons Committee to Withdraw Bill C-51, the Anti-Terrorism Legislation
- Assembly of First Nations Responds to CEDAW Report Stating Canada has Committed “Grave Violation” of Rights of Indigenous Women, Continues Push for National Inquiry and Immediate Action
Highlights from the National Chief
AFNQL Chiefs congratulate National Chief Perry Bellegarde for his election
The Chiefs of the Assembly of First Nations of Quebec-Labrador (AFNQL) would like to extend their congratulations and express their support to newly elected National… read more
Dene National / Assembly of First Nations Office - PERRY BELLEGARDE WINS MAJORITY VOTE
It took the first-ballot to name Saskatchewan's Perry Bellegarde as the new National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations (AFN). read more
The First Nations Leadership Council Congratulates the Newly Elected National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations
First Nations leadership from across Canada met in Winnipeg, MB, for the Assembly of First Nations (AFN)Special Chiefs’ Assembly. 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.
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