uCalgary pro-life group charged with trespassing returns to campus with display

March 26, 2009

A group of University of Calgary students belonging to a pro-life club set up a graphic display on campus Wednesday and Thursday, despite having been charged with trespassing following a display back in November. The university had warned the group that if it did not comply with its request to have posters turned inward, members would be charged with trespassing. In a statement, uCalgary says this is not a matter of free speech, but about the school's needs to uphold its legal right to manage activities on campus. uCalgary News | Calgary Herald | Calgary Sun | CBC