The Acho Dene Koe First Nation appears to have ignored a last-ditch demand from a lawyer to schedule a new election before a deadline of 3pm on Friday.
The Acho Dene Koe First Nation will apply in court to “preserve the right to challenge the appeal committee's reasons” for scrapping recent election results.
Tommy Kakfwi, who became the new chief of Fort Good Hope by two votes this week, set out his initial plans for the community.
John J Gon, a former radio broadcaster, is one of four candidates running to fill the Monfwi MLA seat vacated by Jackson Lafferty. Here's his platform.
Almost a month after a declaration that the Acho Dene Koe First Nation must hold a new election for the position of chief, no new date has been determined.
John MacDonald takes over as deputy minister of education, culture, and employment. William MacKay will become deputy minister of finance.
James Wah-Shee, an MLA in the 1980s, hopes to be voted in as the new Monfwi MLA. He wants to build a stronger relationship between the Tłı̨chǫ Nation and GNWT.
The nomination period for Líídlįį Kúę First Nation's August 23 election opens on Friday July 16 and runs for one month until August 16.
Jane Weyallon Armstrong hopes to become the next Monfwi MLA. Fearing the region is being left behind, she plans to address housing and social issues if elected.
RoseAnne Archibald of Taykwa Tagamou Nation in northeastern Ontario, is the first woman to be elected as national chief of the Assembly of First Nations.
Kelvin Kotchilea is one of four people running to become the Monfwi MLA after Jackson Lafferty's resignation. His focus is on youth opportunities and language.
Mary Simon, an Inuk leader from Nunavik, is Canada's first Indigenous governor general. She pledged to help "build a hopeful future" as she assumed the role.