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.

Find us on facebook

Join the official AFN Facebook page which includes photos, press releases, news and announcements and links to news, videos and information.


Follow Us

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

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Sign-up to receive regular e-mail updates including AFN press releases and event notices.

Watch Us on YouTube

Check out the Assembly of First Nations on YouTube to watch videos from the National Chief and special events and initiatives.

Communications Staff

Christina Leblanc
Communications Coordinator

Gail Boyd
Senior Communications Officer

Jenna Young Castro
Senior Communications Advisor

Karen Joyner
Communications Officer

Michael Hutchinson
Communications Officer

Serge Trouyet
Senior Translator

Angie TurnerCommunications