Banff council endorses revised Indigenous framework

 By Jessica Lee  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter The Town of Banff has endorsed its Indigenous framework following a period of public feedback on the new guiding policy document.   Changes to the framework, which will help direct the Town in being respectful, cooperative and active partners in reconciliation, include new or updated areas of focus on cultural protocols, supporting employment and business development opportunities and accountability.   “There was a great deal of curiosity about it in terms of how it was framed up, and we did make some changes relative to those comments,” said Randall McKay, manager of strategic initiatives and special projects with the Town of Banff at the April 24 council meeting.   “The essence of reconciliation is a sustained process of engagement; I think council knows…

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