Controversial Florida pastor stuck at Ontario border
A controversial anti-Islamic pastor from Florida is waiting to see if he'll be allowed into Canada to take part in a Toronto rally later in the day.
Event organizers say Terry Jones arrived at the U.S.-Canada border this morning, but has not yet been given permission to cross.
Jones was invited to take part in a debate on free speech in front of the Ontario legislature this evening.
Organizers say Jones will square off against a Toronto imam, a Sikh community leader and Muslim author to discuss the film ``Innocence of Muslims,'' which has incited mass riots around the world.
Jones made international headlines two years ago when he commemorated the ninth anniversary of 9/11 by burning copies of the Qur'an.
Organizers say the debate is still scheduled to get underway at 6 p.m.