By Angela Amato THE CANADIAN PRESS A Saskatoon daycare is being investigated by the city police’s hate crime unit and is having its licence reviewed after a Metis mother alleged her toddler’s hair was cut without her consent. Jana Nyland had been taking her 19-month-old son to Bajwa’s Childcare for a year when he came earlier this monthwith his neck-length hair cut, paNOW reported last week. Irum Bajwa operates the daycare out of a home on the northeast side of Saskatoon. “When I asked her the reason why she cut his hair, she told me she didn’t like long hair on boys and that native children shouldn’t have long hair,”’ Nyland told the news outlet. Nyland said she immediately took her son and informed the daycare provider that she would
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