The Canadian Human Rights Commission yesterday did not comment on Chief Commissioner Birju Dattani’s past advocacy for Muslim prayer in schools. Dattani as a Muslim Students’ Association activist endorsed Qur’an readings at the University of Calgary campus and a local high school.

Cabinet on June 11 appointed Dattani as $394,000-a year Chief Commissioner. He was earlier president of the Muslim Students Association at the University of Calgary.

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