“FNEE offers high-quality programs and takes a forward-looking approach designed to boost and enrich First Nations’ economic success. Its creation is not only a need, but also an initiative that will promote positive spinoffs for all of our communities.“
“[…] In the context of enhancing a program offering that can broaden the spectrum of training possibilities for First Nations leaders and those in the making, the concept of constructive collaboration between HEC Montréal and First Nations is in line with this spirit of innovative initiatives.”
– GHISLAIN PICARD
Chief, Assembly of First Nations
Created in 1985, the AFNQL is composed of chiefs from 43 communities of First Nations of Quebec-Labrador and represents 10 nations.