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Jan 31, 2023
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The CEO of the Assembly of First Nations is resigning, according to an email seen by CBC News, another blow to the national organization that has been hounded by allegations of a toxic workplace.
In an email sent to all secretariat staff on Monday, the AFN’s vice-president of operations and administration Jonathan Thompson said Janice Ciavaglia has tendered her resignation effective March 10.
The AFN executive, which is composed of regional chiefs and the national chief, will discuss the process to hire a new CEO and someone in the interim, the email said.
The email did not say why Ciavaglia resigned. An email sent to her AFN address bounced back saying she does not currently have access to emails.
Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/indigenous/afn-ceo-janice-ciavaglia-resigns-1.6732043
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