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AFN executive committee recommending national chief's removal

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The resolution states a human resources investigation into RoseAnne Archibald's conduct found she breached the Assembly of First Nations' harassment and whistleblower policy, along with its code of conduct and ethics, according to multiple sources who were at the meeting and a copy of the resolution shared with CBC News. CBC has not independently verified the contents of the reports from the investigation.

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