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Assembly of First Nations CEO resigning

OTTAWA- The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) already caught up in  allegations of a toxic workplace is losing its CEO . AFN  CEO Janice Ciavaglia is resigning according to reports by the CBC. Ciavaglia is one of five AFN employees who filed  a human resources complaint against national chief RoseAnne Archibald last year that sparked a temporary suspension of Archibald last summer and led to an  investigation by Stockwoods Baristers law firm. While the employees were interviewed, the AFN was told at its December assembly Archibald has not  been interviewed despite repeated requests from  August 2022-Dec., 2022.  According to the CBC a “July 4 briefing note from Stockwoods Baristers law firm showed allegations the national chief  exhibited “paranoia” against Ciavaglia and had accused Ciavaglia of collusion.” Archibald, herself is currently

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