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On September 20, two men from the Calgary area were on a train en route to the popular 1 Million Person March to defend children against LGBT indoctrination in schools. A passenger on the train reported their private conversation however, and an obscure Calgary Transit Bylaw is now being used to prosecute them.

The men were charged, issued penalty tickets and summonsed to court after supposedly violating Section 14(1)c of the transit bylaw which prohibits passengers from engaging in activity that would “interfere with the comfort, convenience, or quiet use and enjoyment of the transit system of any reasonable person.”

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