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Man tied to $1K reward for recordings of Muslim students praying now faces hate crime charge

By CBC News

Peel police have charged Kevin J. Johnston of Mississauga, Ont., with promoting hatred against an identifiable group in connection with a YouTube video offering a $1,000 reward for recordings of Muslim students during prayer.

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  • Gord

    Funny how times have changed. Years ago when I grew up in Vancouver. In the Public schools whatever
    race, color or creed we sang then God save the King, Oh’ Canada and said the Lords Prayer. I honestly can’t ever remember it hurting anyone. Now we have taken it out of our system, even the Christmas tree or saying Merry Christmas. Now it seems we have to bend over for a certain few.

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