Adrian Crook has criticised British Columbia for weighing in on a ‘parenting decision’ after he tried to teach his oldest children to take public transportation

A Canadian father is preparing to take child safety officials to court after his four children – who range in age from seven to 11 – were ordered to stop riding the city bus by themselves, in a case that has sparked a nationwide debate on the expectations around parental supervision.

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