AFN

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AcronymDefinition
AFNAfghanistan
AFNAssembly of First Nations
AFNAssociation for Nutrition (regulator; UK)
AFNAlaska Federation of Natives
AFNAmerican Forces Network
AFNAustralian Fishing Network (publisher)
AFNAfrique Française du Nord (French: French North Africa)
AFNAncestral File Number (FamilySearch genealogy records)
AFNArmed Forces Network
AFNAboriginal First Nations (Canada)
AFNAlesco Financial Inc (stock symbol)
AFNAfghan Afghani (new ISO currency code)
AFNAlliance for Nature (Austria)
AFNAdditional Funds Needed
AFNAll For Now (used at end of email)
AFNAssociation Française de Nutrition (French: French Association of Nutrition)
AFNAmerica's Fiber Network (LLC)
AFNAlternative Fuel News (publication; US Department of Energy)
AFNAmerican Forensic Nurses
AFNAdvanced Fiber Network
AFNATS Facilities Notification
AFNAdoption Family Network
AFNAll For Naught
AFNAggregate Function Network
AFNAsociación Futuro de los Niños (Association for the Future of Children, Guatemala)
AFNAcronym For Nothing
AFNAddress Complete Message Subscriber Free, No Charge (ANSI)
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It showcases the carvings and paintings of Canada's foremost Aboriginal First Nations artist - his work is on the back of the C$20 bill (11am-5pm Wednesday-Sunday; admission pounds 6.30).
"Obama must ask Canada to clean up its tar sands and to respect the rights of our Aboriginal First Nations. Both the federal and provincial governments of Canada have failed our Aboriginal community," said Chief Allan Adam of the Athabasca Chipweyan First Nation, in a news release issued by IEN.
(2) Representatives of Aboriginal First Nations play a similar role when they enter into dialogue with the federal and provincial governments over the implementation of section 35 Aboriginal rights.
Furthermore, diversity is now entrenched into any consideration of the national question in Canada because Quebec and the Aboriginal First Nations add a special dimension to being Canadian.
Although provinces have the right to set a statute of limitations, Merchant said, "we say that Aboriginal First Nations issues are federal issues and ought not to be impacted in any way by something done in a legislature." But he adds it is not unusual for federal issues to be affected by rules set by a province; therefore, "we are not just going to win on that basis."
ww.cda- http://iibec.mgt.unm.edu/def acd.forces.gc.ca 18 19 20 21 ABORIGINAL FIRST NATIONS FINANCIAL INNER CHILD MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP CONFERENCE June 26-27, June 27-30, 2006 2006 Calgary, Edmonton, Alta.
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