First Nation asks Indigenous Services minister to launch investigation into top bureaucrat’s behaviour – CBC

First Nation asks Indigenous Services minister to launch investigation into top bureaucrat’s behaviour – CBC

by ahnationtalk on November 26, 202087 Views

Grand chief says federal government should reconsider Ontario regional director general’s position

Nov 26, 2020

A First Nation that has been living under a boil-water advisory for 25 years is asking Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller to launch an investigation into his top Ontario bureaucrat’s behaviour and the provincial office’s management.

Anne Scotton was replaced as the top department bureaucrat working with Neskantaga First Nation on its current state of emergency after Chief Chris Moonias called for her immediate resignation, citing an irrevocable loss of trust.

On Monday, the department’s senior assistant deputy minister Lynda Clairmont replaced Scotton on the file with assistant deputy minister Joanne Wilkinson, but Moonias said he isn’t satisfied.

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/neskantaga-demands-isc-ordg-investigation-1.5816998

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