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by ahnationtalk on July 22, 201965 Views
Assembly of First Nations chiefs coming just before North American Indigenous Games
Jul 22, 2019
First Nations chiefs from across Canada have chosen Halifax for their next annual general assembly, and they’ll be in the city just before the start of the North American Indigenous Games.
Morley Googoo, the Assembly of First Nations regional chief for Nova Scotia and Newfoundland, thinks it may be the largest Indigenous gathering in Canadian history.
All told, the AFN gathering will include 600 chiefs and 1,600 delegates. That’s on top of the 6,000 athletes, coaches and spectators expected for the Indigenous Games.
Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/indigenous-games-assembly-of-first-nations-annual-general-assembly-meeting-1.5220387
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