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The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) Special Chiefs Assembly (SCA) will take place December 6 to 8, 2022 in Ottawa, Ontario.

The SCA will be held at the Westin Ottawa located at 11 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, Ontario, K1N 9H4.

Programme

Heure Séance/Activité Lieu Actions
6:00 am

Pipe Ceremony

Confederation Ballroom
8:30 am

Registration

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10:00 am

Opening of Assembly

  • Grand Entry
  • Opening Acknowledgement
  • Welcome to Territory Remarks
  • National Chief Opening Remarks
  • Adoption of Rules of Procedures
  • Adoption of Agenda
  • AFN Councils Reports
  • Resolutions Update - HR Investigation update (Resolution #03/2022)

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12:00 pm Lunch Break
1:00 pm

Resolutions

Charter
DR-01, DR-02, DR-03, DR-04

Organizational
DR-07, DR-05, DR-06, DR-08

Indian Residential School Survivors & Reconciliation
DR-07, DR-05, DR-06, DR-08

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5:00 pm

National Caucus of Elected Women Leaders

Shaw Centre, Room 210
5:30 pm

Presentation by Independent Special Interlocutor for Missing Children and Unmarked Graves and Burial Sites associated with Indian Residential Schools

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6:30 pm

Parliamentary Reception

Shaw Centre, Trillium Ballroom
Heure Séance/Activité Lieu Actions
6:00 am

Pipe Ceremony

Confederation Ballroom
8:30 am

Registration

-
10:00 am

Plenary: United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act

scheduleActivité parallèle

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10:00 am

Resolutions

Rights
DR-15, DR-13, DR-14

scheduleActivité parallèle

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11:15 am

Plenary: Final Settlement Agreements on Compensation and Long-Term Reform of the First Nations Child and Family Services Program and Jordan’s Principle

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12:00 pm

National Caucus of Elected Women Leaders

Shaw Centre, Room 210
1:00 pm

Resolutions

Children and Families
DR-20, DR-22, DR-23, DR-24, DR-25, DR-54, DR-16, DR-17, DR-19, DR-21

Economic Development
DR-09, DR-10, DR-11, DR-12

Languages & Education
DR-28, DR-29, DR-30, DR-31, DR-26, DR-27

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4:00 pm

Presentation

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4:30 pm

Honouring Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

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5:00 pm

Resolutions

Justice & Policing
DR-32, DR-33, DR-34, DR-35, DR-36, DR-37, DR-38

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5:30 pm

Presentation

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Heure Séance/Activité Lieu Actions
6:00 am

Pipe Ceremony

Confederation Ballroom
8:30 am

Registration

-
10:00 am

Day Two Recap

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10:15 am

Video: Pierre Poilievre, Leader of the Conservative Party

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10:30 am

Jagmeet Singh, Leader of the New Democratic Party

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11:00 am

Resolutions

Lands
DR-39, DR-40, DR-41, DR-42, DR-43, DR-51

Environment & Fisheries
DR-55, DR-56, DR-57, DR-58, DR-59, DR-60, DR-61, DR-62, DR-63

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1:00 pm

David Lametti, Minister, Justice and Attorney General of Canada

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Resolutions

Health and Housing
DR-64, DR-65, DR-66, DR-67, DR-68, DR-71, DR-73, DR-72

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3:00 pm

Patty Hajdu, Minister, Indigenous Services Canada

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3:30 pm

Marc Miller, Minister, Crown-Indigenous Relations

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4:00 pm

The Right Honourable Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

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4:30 pm

Closing Ceremony

National Chief RoseAnne Archibald Closing Remarks

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Registration

Pre-Registration

Avoid the registration line-ups! There will be separate line-ups and a separate registration process for those that pre-register and pre-pay in advance of the Assembly.

Where does your registration fee go?

Chiefs from across the country generally come together twice a year to set strategic direction based on community needs and priorities. The Chiefs Assemblies provide the venue for First Nation leaders to direct the work of the Assembly of First Nations, the National Chief and National Executive through resolution. It is just one way First Nation leaders bring forward the concerns and priorities of First Nation members.

Registration fees help to offset the direct costs of organizing Chiefs Assemblies, including facility rentals, audio/visual equipment, interpretation services, webcasting, registration services, facilitators, translation, signage, Elder honorarium, and drum groups.

Fees

  • Chief/Proxy (Proxy letter required): Complimentary
  • First Nation Citizen: $450.00
  • Grand Chief: $450.00
  • Band Councillor: $450.00
  • Observer and Non-Government Organization: $800.00
  • Other Governments: $800.00
  • Senior Citizen (age 65 and older): $50.00
  • Students (valid student card required): $50.00
  • Veterans: Complimentary
  • Elders: Complimentary
  • Accredited Media: Complimentary

Pre-registration Bonus

All Assembly delegates are asked to register in advance on or before Monday December 5, 2022. So get your registration in TODAY and avoid the line ups!!

Registration Process

Photo identification will be requested at registration for Chiefs and Proxies.
All participants and groups are encouraged to pre-register and pre-pay, even if your registration is complimentary. There will be separate line-ups at the event for those who pre-register and pre-pay in advance of the Assembly.

    • Register ONLINE at afn.ca. You will receive a confirmation email once registered. VISA, MasterCard and American Express accepted.
    • Complete the registration form included in this notice and FAX it to Tash Cote at 613-241-5808 or by email to [email protected].

Please note that registration fees are non-refundable after November 25, 2022. An administration fee of $50 will apply for all cancellations prior to November 25, 2022.

Onsite pre-registration will be held on Monday, December 5, 2022 from 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm at The Westin Ottawa, Level 4 in Governor General Ballroom 1. For planning purposes and to avoid line-ups, all delegates are encouraged to pick up badges on December 5, 2022.

The Assembly of First Nations Special Chiefs Assembly is a public event where photography, audio and video recording may occur. By attending the event, all delegates consent to the potential release and publication of photos and audio/video recordings from the event by the Assembly of First Nations.

Travel

Indigeno Travel is the preferred travel agency of the AFN. Indigeno Travel is Indigenous-owned and its service comes complete with conference discounts, 24/7 emergency service for unforeseen flight changes, and a dedicated agent for personalized service. Please contact Indigeno, toll-free at 1-888-202-8262, or by email at [email protected] to make your flight arrangements.

Air Canada

Travel discount code: BY8EQ871

WestJet

Applicable Rules
  • The booking is to be made to the following city: Ottawa
  • The travel period begins: 11/29/2022
  • The travel period ends: 12/15/2022
  • No discount will apply to Basic or Business class bookings.
  • Coupon Code: 8K9M7HD

Accomodations

The AFN has a block of hotel guestrooms at the following Ottawa hotels.

For all hotel reservations, please book directly with the hotel, indicate that you are with the Assembly of First Nations Special Chiefs Assembly, and use the conference code provided for each hotel.

Delegates are encouraged to make hotel reservations by the noted date to ensure accommodations are available at the price listed.

All expenses (travel, meals, guest rooms) with respect to attending the AFN SCA are the responsibility of the guest/group to cover and clear upon departure.

Restays

101 Queen Street, Ottawa ON, K1P 0B7
Tel: +1 (833) 547-0912
Code: https://reservations.travelclick.com/110014?RatePlanId=6636042

Holiday Inn Downtown

402 Queen Street, Ottawa ON, K1R 5A7
Tel: +1 (613) 236-1133 (ask for “In House Reservations”)
Code: AFN
Rate: $155

Holiday Inn Ottawa Downtown Parliament Hill

King Room $155/night
To book: Book directly with the hotel

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