The Communications Unit distributes information in a wide variety of formats and delivery services including print, broadcast fax, video and video messages, e-mail blasts, the internet, the AFN website, Indigenous and non-Indigenous media and social media.

AFN currently uses Twitter, Facebook and YouTube to engage in and encourage social networking. The AFN website is updated on a daily basis and maintains a media distribution and subscription service which allows users to sign up for regular AFN updates and news delivered to their personal e-mail and mobile device.

A broadcast fax distribution service is also used to ensure information on key issues reaches all First Nations, in particular in areas with low or no connectivity. The AFN uses all these channels and communications vehicles to ensure the widest reach possible to all First Nations regardless of location.

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Follow us on Twitter for updates on AFN activities and news & events impacting First Nations people and communities.

Today is the International Day of Peace. The theme this year is “Climate Action for Peace” focusing on educating all on the importance of combating climate change as a way to protect and promote peace throughout the world. #PeaceDay #climateaction #HonouringPromises

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Save the Date for the AFN 2019 Specific Claims Reform: A New Independent Specific Claims Resolution Process coming to a city near you. For more information or updates click here: https://t.co/Ry85IcOMXZ

With #FridaysForFuture resuming today, I want to stress the need for adults to support youth standing up for the environment, because after all, it’s theirs to inherit.

This is why next week I’ll be marching behind @GretaThunberg and Autumn Peltier in #Montreal. #ClimateStrike

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Watch Us on YouTube

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Communications Staff

Don Kelly
Director


Tash Cote
Administrative Support


Serge Trouyet
Senior Translator


Monica Poirier
Bilingual Communications Officer


Jenna Young Castro
Senior Communications Advisor


Gail Boyd
Senior Communications Officer


Christina Leblanc
Communications Coordinator


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