The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs has voted to remove suspended Grand Chief Arlen Dumas, at a special general assembly held in Winnipeg on Friday.
Dozens of Manitoba chiefs gathered at Assiniboia Downs for a non-confidence vote to officially remove Dumas from his position.
Dumas was suspended in March pending an investigation into allegations he engaged in workplace sexual harassment and sexually assaulted an employee, who at the time was anonymous. The employee filed a police report, but no charges have been laid.
In response to the allegations, the assembly ordered a third-party investigation, which found that Dumas engaged in workplace sexual harassment.
Shauna Fontaine later came
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