Man files human rights complaint over Saskatoon prayer controversy

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May 2, 2012 - 7:10am
Saskatchewan Human Rights Comission logo. Screengrab website
Saskatchewan Human Rights Comission logo. Screengrab website

The man at the centre of a prayer controversy in Saskatoon has officially filed a human rights complaint.

Ashu Solo is the atheist who was offended by a Christian prayer by a city councillor at a City of Saskatoon volunteer event has filed a complaint with the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission.

Solo wants the city to aplogize and never use prayer at city events ever again.

Edited by News Talk Radio staff with files from Canadian Press

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