Atlantic Aboriginal Economic Developers’ Network

The Atlantic Aboriginal Economic Developers' Network (AAEDN) is a network of Economic Development Officers (EDO's) in all of the Chiefs' communities across Atlantic Canada.  The purpose of this network is to share information and to strategically align communities to provide the tools and resources needed to participate in Atlantic Canada's Economic prosperity.

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Overview of NAFFIII

Fisheries and aquaculture activities generate over $100 million in revenues for First Nations and employ several thousand Indigenous persons on the Atlantic Coast, Pacific Coast, the North and inland.


APC Media Release - Chiefs express frustration over lack of action in Potlotek First Nation

For Immediate Release – September 14, 2017
Atlantic Chiefs express frustration over lack of action in Potlotek First Nation
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia Chiefs in Atlantic Canada are expressing frustration and concern over
Canada’s lack of action to address serious water conditions in Potlotek First Nation. It’s been one
year since residents of the Cape Breton indigenous community raised serious concerns about the
quality of their drinking water, and this week, the community has been advised by Health Canada not
to drink the water, bathe in it or even wash clothes in it. To date, no clear action plan has been
committed and no funding confirmed to address these repeated water issues.


First Nations Clean Water Initiative - Atlantic Region Breakfast

On July 10, 2017, the Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs Secretariat (APC) held a breakfast meeting at Dalhousie University to discuss the First Nations Clean Water Initiative -Atlantic Region (FNCWI-AR) that aims to ensure safe drinking water for First Nations communities now, and for generations to come.


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