Prince Rupert Council Approves New Reconciliation Policy Framework, Intended to be Constantly Evolving – CFNR Network

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Prince Rupert Council Approves New Reconciliation Policy Framework, Intended to be Constantly Evolving – CFNR Network

by ahnationtalk on October 5, 202256 Views

Oct 4, 2022

A new Reconciliation Policy Framework has been developed and adopted by Prince Rupert City Council, to improve relationships with First Nations.

As a living document, the policy is intended to lay the groundwork for a future action plan which will be constantly evolving.

Policies proposed in the framework are broken down into 4 categories: responsibilities under UNDRIP, cultural identity and language, employment equity, and housing and development.

Among them are commitments to visual and cultural Ts’msyen representation, land acknowledgements, a new street naming process, support for economic benefits in neighbouring Nations, and more.

Read More: https://www.cfnrfm.ca/2022/10/04/prince-rupert-council-approves-new-reconciliation-policy-framework-intended-to-be-constantly-evolving/

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