Eagle feathers now permitted in Nova Scotia courts

Witnesses and others who are about to give testimony in Nova Scotia courts will now be able to swear a legal oath on an eagle feather, a change that many say marks an important step toward reconciliation and will help make court processes more inclusive for the province’s Indigenous people.

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