Saskatoon daycare closed after youngster’s hair was reduce with out parental consent
Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Education says the license for a daycare in Saskatoon has been canceled after being investigated for a hate crime.
A Metis mother had been taking her 19-month-old son to Bajwa’s Childcare for a year when he came to her with his neck-length hair cut short in mid-September.
The mother, Jana Nyland, had said she did not consent to the haircut and reported it to the police, which had its hate crime unit investigate.
Nyland told paNOW that when she asked the daycare operator why she cut her son’s hair, she said she didn’t like long hair on boys and that Indigenous children shouldn’t have long hair.
The Ministry of Education canceled the license effective Sept. 20, saying its investigation found non-compliance issues with child-care regulations.
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Saskatoon police also say they completed their investigation and no criminal charges would be laid.
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