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AFN national chief confident internal struggles are over, despite concerns about her Liberal ties – CBC

Jan 30, 2024

Pledges ‘hands-off’ approach to forensic audit her predecessor sought

Cindy Woodhouse Nepinak says she is confident the Assembly of First Nations’s troubles are behind it.

After years of upheaval involving allegations of bullying, harassment, corruption and collusion, in December Woodhouse Nepinak was elected to lead the national advocacy organization, which represents more than 600 First Nations countrywide.

Now, inside her spacious corner office at the Sun Life Financial Centre highrise in downtown Ottawa, where the assembly’s operations occupy the entire second floor, what Woodhouse Nepinak pitches is simple: results.

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