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Home » Newswire » Saskatchewan judge dismisses land use charges against protest group founder – MooseJawToday.com
by ahnationtalk on March 21, 2019472 Views
PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — A judge has dismissed charges against one of the founders of the Indigenous Idle No More protest movement who was accused of living illegally on Saskatchewan park land.
Sylvia McAdam and her brother Kurtis were to stand trial for failing to comply with a provincial government order to vacate land in the Zig Zag Bay area near the community of Big River.
The Crown has 30 days to appeal the decision.
Court heard that Sylvia McAdam was living on the land for two years before she was ordered to leave early in 2017.
Read More: https://www.moosejawtoday.com/national-news/saskatchewan-judge-dismisses-land-use-charges-against-protest-group-founder-1332667
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