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Toronto police chaplain under fire for women's 'obedience' comments to stay with force for now
A Toronto police chaplain under fire for comments made about women's "obedience" to their husbands will continue to serve with the force for the time being, CBC News has learned.
Musleh Khan met recently with Toronto police Chief Mark Saunders, and "would like an opportunity to be heard by members of the Toronto Police Service," spokeswoman Meaghan Gray told CBC News on Friday.
"We will be facilitating that opportunity. In the meantime, he continues as a volunteer chaplain," Grey said.
The force would not comment further.
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