Source: Geller Report, by Pamela Geller, June 29, 2018
Toronto can’t handle the influx of Muslim migrants, requiring the closing of multiple community centres and the cancelling of public programs, but they’ll submit to this.
Canadian Brad Salzberg writes:
In 2015, a unanimous Supreme Court of Canada decision ruled that Saguenay, Quebec’s city council could no longer open its meetings with a Catholic prayer, stating that in doing so, those meetings infringed on freedom of conscience and religion.
The court stated that religious neutrality: “requires that the state neither favour nor hinder any particular belief.”
But all that is out the window now, in the Canadian left’s rush to submit.