Sharia trumps Canadian law as Muslim call to prayer rings out at Toronto City Hall


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 apparently at Toronto City Hall, what's good for the Catholic goose doesn't apply to the Islamic gander.