AFN reopens lines of communication over First Nations education bill

AFN interim national chief Ghislain Picard and Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt. The AFN has signalled it would like to move ahead with First Nations education reform. Photo handout and The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

By Rachel Aiello

PUBLISHED : Monday, Aug. 18, 2014 1:28 PM

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