RoseAnne Archibald optimistic about remainder of term despite internal controversy By Brett Forester, CBC News Politics watchers sometimes call the national chief’s job thankless, but if that’s how RoseAnne Archibald feels after a tumultuous year and half atop the Assembly of First Nations, she isn’t ready to admit it. She survived a non-confidence motion, convinced chiefs to review AFN finances, and now faces an ongoing workplace misconduct probe. Despite that, the Ontario Cree leader says she’s optimistic about the second half of her historic term as the AFN’s first woman national chief as the calendar year comes to a close. “I always keep the people in my heart and in my mind,” she said this week in a wide-ranging interview from Vancouver. “Ultimately, I think that’s what’s in everybody’s hearts and minds
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