Smudging ceremony, hoop dance in B.C. school did not infringe mother’s religious rights: court

By Ian Burns (December 21, 2022, 11:56 AM EST) -- A B.C. mother has lost her case against her children’s school district after the province’s top court ruled that a smudging event held in classroom and an Indigenous hoop dance where a prayer was recited did not infringe her Charter guarantee to freedom of religion because the children did not actively participate in the two events....
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