Alexander First Nation – Traditional, Self-Sufficient & Progressive
To build a path for the future to ensure sufficient resources & a quality lifestyle for Alexander First Nation members
We, the Alexander First Nation Chiefs and Council, are guided by the following values:
|Womens Health Clinic|
6pm-8pm @ AFN Health Center
Ages 16 and up can participate.
The Alexander First Nation is founded upon principles that recognize the supremacy of the Creator, the sacredness of the pipe stem and the oral traditions of our Elders, who pass laws from generation to generation. In order, to properly provide for the interests of the Alexander First Nation as a whole, the Chief and Council must maintain high standards of public and private conduct. Any conduct, which would reflect negatively on the part of Chief and Council will also reflect on the community as a whole. Chief and Council conduct must always reflect Traditional Values of honesty, empathy and courtesy in dealing with matters arising before them.
Chief and Council must exercise their official duties with honesty and integrity, displaying the values of sincerity, truth and fair dealing. Chief and Council must look upon themselves as role models and treat they’re elected office with respect. Chief and Council must discharge their duties without demeaning himself or any individual member, while refraining from any dishonorable conduct, either in a public or private capacity that will reflect adversely on their elected office.
Chief and Council may not seek or obtain special access to programs, funding, materials or property provided to members of the Alexander First Nation, but be eligible on the same basis as others.
Chief and Council may not interfere as an individual in the management of the programs of the Alexander First Nation, for example, attempting to influence an eligibility decision to be made by program staff or attempting to influence program staff to do any other duties than what is listed, according to their job description.