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March 24th, COVID-19 UPDATE

The number of COVID-19 cases continue to grow across the globe and in Canada. Canada now has just over 2000 cases and over 20 deaths. Ontario now has just under 600 confirmed cases. The Assembly of First Nations has declared a state of emergency for all First Nations across the country as an effort to attempt to secure additional resources (see AFN attachment for more information). Th...
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COVID-19 INFORMATION UPDATE – March 23rd

The number of COVID-19 cases continue to grow across the globe and in Canada. Canada now has just over 1400 cases and over 20 deaths. Ontario now has 489 confirmed cases. Every person is being asked to practice social distancing to prevent spread of COVID-19 and to protect the lives of vulnerable people and health care professionals. This means staying home as much as possible and maintaining ...
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AIAI WORKING TO KEEP FIRST NATIONS COMMUNITIES AWARE OF CORONAVIRUS (CORVID-19)

London, Ontario March 19th, 2020 – One of the responsibilities of the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians is the health and well-being of our Nations community Members. The presence of Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a concern to all of us and it continues to be monitored by our staff. In an effort to protect our people we have formed an emergency management team whose task is solely focus...
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PANDEMIC RESPONSE – ASSOCIATION OF IROQUOIS AND ALLIED INDIANS

As everyone is aware we are experiencing a global pandemic as a result of the spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID 19). The Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians is taking this threat seriously and implementing procedures to ensure the safety of our employees, their families and community members.To date we have implemented our business continuity plan which is a response to the curr...
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Employment Opportunity – Policy Analyst/Research – Education

The Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians is inviting applications for a Policy Analyst/Research for our Education Sector. Under the supervision of the AIAI Office Manager and working with the Education Team, the Policy Analyst/Research is responsible for supporting the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians and its member Nation Communities in the ongoing development and implementation...
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TOP 10 LIES GOVERNMENT OF CANADA PERPETUATES AGAINST INDIGENOUS PEOPLES

When a land dispute occurs, pundits and media take to the airwaves to provide their views and opinions of what’s going on.  They use words like protesters, radicals, or rogue chiefs or claim its just a few dissidents who have no support.  In other words, the media is unreliable because most don’t know the history of First Peoples and Nations and value sensational stories over in-depth j...
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Information on the Coronavirus

Some current information was sent to the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians from Indigenous Services regarding the Coronavirus. We are sharing this information with you to assist and help with any questions you may have. WHAT IS A CORONAVIRUS? Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that come from animals but can cause respiratory illness in humans. Coronavirus infections are common...
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New video by Deputy Grand Chief Speaks on Governance

AIAI is proud to bring to you a video featuring Deputy Grand Chief Gord Peters.  The video speaks on governance and responsibilities within our people and ask helps to dismiss a few stereotypes that people may have about our Indigenous people.  Please enjoy and feel free to contact us for more questions, comments or if you would like a copy of the video. Thank you
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