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Disapproval with BC's decision was also expressed by new Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde.
First Nations called for the 12-year moratorium during the Assembly of First Nations meeting in Halifax in July.
Dell is working in partnership with the Assembly of First Nations, Centre for Addictions and Mental Health and National Native Addictions Partnership Foundation.
So, when I'm asked if I support Bill C-19, I found I could not do that within the Assembly of First Nations given the direction that was given to the national chief at Squamish.
Ken Young, vice-chief of the Assembly of First Nations, said in a letter to Ralph Goodale, the federal minister in charge of the issue: "Providing a resolution model that deals only with physical and sexual abuse cases as the sole legal solution.
`We want very much to be involved not in a struggle for power but in a mission to heal our country,' Ovide Mercredi, national Chief of the Assembly of First Nations, told the assembly.
The Ochapowace Band is one of the most advanced members of the Assembly of First Nations, with over 1,100 citizens and 14 businesses under its control, including a ski resort, hotel and gravel operations, and a financial corporation.
Following a speech at the Calgary Chamber of Commerce, Phil Fontaine, former National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations, told reporters that he believes TransCanada Corp.