AFN Open Forum on First Nations and the 2015 Federal Election

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AFN Open Forum on First Nations and the 2015 Federal Election

by ahnationtalk on September 23, 2015526 Views

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September 23, 2015

AFN Open Forum on First Nations and the 2015 Federal Election

The Assembly of First Nations is convening an Open Forum on the 2015 Federal Election taking place on October 7, 2015 at the Edmonton Marriott at River Cree Resort, Meeting Room Enoch C/D at 300 East Lapotac Boulevard, Enoch, Alberta, T7X 3X3.

This Forum is open to all citizens and will increase momentum for focus on First Nations priorities during the federal election. The Open Forum is an opportunity to learn, discuss and engage on issues related to the 2015 federal election, including:

  • The AFN agenda for change set out in Closing the Gap: 2015 Election Priorities for First Nations and Canada
  • Regional approaches and activities on First Nations voting
  • Changes and challenges for First Nations voters under the new Fair Elections Act
  • Maintaining momentum and achieving change following the federal election
  • …and much more.

Invitations are being sent to all federal party leaders to attend this session to engage with First Nations. Confirmations will be announced as they are received.

A full agenda will be available soon on the AFN website. For more information, visit www.afn.ca or contact Regina Toulouse at 613-241-6789 ext. 326 or [email protected].

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