Canada court to hear sacred grizzly bear case

A landmark religious freedom case between a ski resort and a First Nation will play out in Canada’s highest court. The Ktuxana First Nation say the resort would desecrate land where their sacred Grizzly Bear Spirit lives. British Columbia says adequate accommodations have been made. It will be the first time the Supreme Court determines the merits of an indigenous religious freedom claim under the Canada’s rights charter. Arctic hamlet takes land battle to Canada’s highest court
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In March 2012, the British Columbia (BC) government approved the disputed Jumbo Glacier ski resort development …
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