No review of how university handled anti-abortion group's demonstration - 2017-10-12

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F182.png No review of how university handled anti-abortion group's demonstration October 12, 2017, John Cotter, Canadian Press, CBC News

A campus group that staged an anti-abortion protest at the University of Alberta that sparked a noisy counter-demonstration by other students and faculty has lost a court challenge over how the school handled the event.

UAlberta Pro-Life was seeking a judicial review of the university's decision not to investigate the group's complaint that counter-demonstrators should have been disciplined for blocking its displays in 2015 that included pictures of dismembered fetuses.

The group also wanted a review of the university's decision that the group would have to pay $17,500 to cover security costs for a similar anti-abortion protest it wanted to hold in 2016.

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{{cite news | author = John Cotter | title = No review of how university handled anti-abortion group's demonstration | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/anti-abortion-university-alberta-review-1.4352237 | work = Canadian Press | publisher = CBC News | date = October 12, 2017 | accessdate = September 1, 2019 }}