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Some First Nations leaders criticize probe into national chief’s workplace conduct – CBC

by pmnationtalk on February 2, 2023122 Views

Feb 02, 2023

AFN holding special chiefs assembly in April to conclude business overshadowed by controversy

Some First Nations chiefs are calling for a different type of workplace investigation to probe claims that the national chief of the Assembly of First Nations bullied and harassed staff — while others are urging the national advocacy organization to get back to business.

In a memo sent on Jan. 26 to chiefs-in-assembly, Assembly of First Nations National Chief RoseAnne Archibald called the probe into her workplace behaviour a “colonial legal process” that distracts from the AFN’s real work.

Chief Wendy Jocko of the Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation told CBC News she wants to see a new investigation that’s not led by an outside legal firm.

“There should be a new process that’s grounded in cultural traditions and moving away from the colonial processes,” Jocko said.

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