Le Journal de Montreal and the Case of the Mysterious Igloos
Mysterious to the paper, anyway. Is it really that surprising that someone bored or a group of students might go out one day and make an igloo on Mount Royal for fun? Le Journal's theory that it is a homeless Inuit who build these igloos seems slightly farfetched to me. (But not to the Centre d'amitié autochtone de Montréal, so what do I know?)
Regardless of who built them, is Les amis de la montagne truly correct in saying that it is illegal to build unauthorised igloos on the mountain? Appalling. I think all Canadians should have an inalienable right to build igloos in public spaces.
One more question: How long, you think, before Le Journal links this to the reasonable accommodation debate?