Equality and The Canada Charter

what if the mid 1980s Charter of Rights had included marriage equality, as the initial version of it had. Not to mention the Charter Challenge Program instead of only the Notwithstanding Claus. 

Rights are for humans, Lest We Forget

For one year in Canada LGBTQ2 could marry, but not divorce. It took another court case for that legislation to have inclusive language

15 years later, reflecting on the fight to say ‘I do’W hen Canada’s Civil Marriage Act (Bill C-38) came into effect on July 20, 2005, making same-sex marriage legal from coast to coast to coast, the country became the fourth in the world to legally treat homosexual couples the same as heterosexual ones.

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