The Morning Edition - Sask | Oct 30, 2013 | 10:10

Banning Halloween Costumes in Regina

Regina parents are taking issue with the "no costume" rule at some Regina schools. Misty Wensel has a son in grade 1 at Connaught School in Regina. She has sent a letter to that school asking the principal to bring back costumes at Halloween.

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