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Below is our current list of Certified Aboriginal Professional Administrators (CAPAs) who are:
- Suspended & Voluntarily Withdrew
- New CAPAs
Effective June 19, 2013, the AFOA Canada Board of Directors approved amendments to the policies regarding non-payment of dues and voluntary withdrawals.
As per the CAPA Policy – Membership Status, Clause 1.27 Suspended, “If a member does not pay a membership fee by June 30th, the member will be suspended and loses membership privileges.? Non-payment of dues by a member who is suspended, will be published in the Journal of Aboriginal Management and through other media, including public newspapers and the AFOA Canada website, as deemed appropriate by AFOA Canada.?? The following is a list of CAPAs suspended for Non-compliance with the CAPA Policy at July 23, 2015.
AFOA Canada encourages all members to be in compliance of the CAPA policies as they pertain to membership obligations such as dues and continuing professional development.
For information on the payment policy and fee structure, please click here. With best efforts, AFOA Canada will update the CAPA listing as payments are received.