The debate over legislative prayer has now moved to Canada. Today's Globe and Mail reports that the city of Laval is trying to retain its practice of opening council meetings with a non-denominational prayer. City resident Danielle Payette, an atheist, filed a religious discrimination complaint with the Quebec Human Rights Commission complaining about the practice. Payette is backed by Mouvement Laïque Quebecois which promotes the separation of church and state. The case will be heard by the Human Rights Commission tomorrow.