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On the AFN, it is not a government but rather an advocacy organization of sorts. There has been a long debate preceding Idle No More by many years about the Assembly of First Nations. Many see it as a tool of Canadian colonialism - a state-sanctioned organization of chiefs and other Indigenous leaders who are in fact empowered by the Indian Act, not Indigenous people themselves.


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