Last week, the Canadian Supreme Court ruled that the city of Saguenay in Quebec could not have Catholic prayers at meetings (as was tradition). While the decision was a welcome one, it was also narrow, applying only to Saguenay. What about other cities with religious invocations?
They’re already testing the law in Oshawa, Ontario, where the mayor says prayers will continue.
And the same thing is happening in Saskatchewan, where Premier Brad Wall (below) says prayers will remain in the legislature: