Saskatoon Morning | Sep 18, 2013 | 15:35

    Letter about Aboriginal ceremonies stirs controversy on campus

    A commentary to an on campus publication at the U of S has provoked a lot of reaction. It criticizes specific protocols asked of women who participate in sweats and pipe ceremonies.

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