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LGBT activists target Montreal company for refusing to film gay 'wedding' over 'religious beliefs'

A Montreal video company is being targeted by homosexual activists after it declined to shoot their gay "wedding" because it went against the owner's "religious beliefs."

It all started when Mike Cerantola approached award-winning film company Premiere Productions to book a date next fall for filming his "marriage."

When a representative asked for details about the bride, Cerantola replied that there wasn't one, just "two guys."

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