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APTN Unveils Election Coverage for Chief of First Nations

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  • Don Bain
    ... Subject: APTN Unveils Election Coverage for Chief of First Nations From: Russ Diabo To: Russ Diabo CC: APTN
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      Subject: APTN Unveils Election Coverage for Chief of First Nations
      From: Russ Diabo <russdiabo@...>
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      APTN Unveils Election Coverage for Chief of First Nations

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      2012-07-03
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      APTN is pleased to provide Canadian viewers with live coverage of the Assembly of First Nations annual general assembly starting on Tuesday, July 17, 2012. The assembly runs for three days, with the election of the National Chief for the AFN happening on July 18.
      Starting on July 17, APTN will go live for the opening ceremonies both online and across the network. APTN will have a team of reporters covering the event. The network will have regular updates throughout the day and a special newscast each day as part of APTN National News. Join host Cheryl McKenzie as she brings live coverage of the 2012 election of the National Chief from the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
      July 18 is election day. It is a historic moment for many First Nations people, as it is the first time that so many women have put their names onto the ballot for the election�there are four female candidates in the race. APTN will go live online on July 18 with the results of the first ballot. APTN will have interviews and coverage of the morning�s events. There will also be regular updates throughout the day. Viewers should stay tuned to APTN online and on TV for the final results � no matter what time it happens.
      Anyone looking for information via the Internet can do so by visiting www.aptn.ca/afn2012live. This is where APTN will provide live streaming of the speeches from the convention on July 18. You can also follow APTN on Twitter @APTNNews for live tweets using hashtag #AFNelection and �like� the APTN�s Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/APTNNationalNews for updates. APTN will have an online team bringing you the latest news from the convention.


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