LGBT rights in Canada - Wikipedia - canada and gay marriage


1 in 4 Canadians still oppose full same-sex marriage rights: poll | canada and gay marriage

Same-sex marriage in Canada was progressively introduced in several provinces by court decisions beginning in before being legally recognized.

Long before , when Parliament enacted a statutory law recognizing same-​sex marriage on the.

Fourteen years after Canada legalized full marriage rights for same-sex couples, a new poll has found one in four Canadians still oppose the.

Same-Sex Couples. In , Statistics Canada began collecting information about same-sex partnerships. At that time, about per cent of all.

Roughly one-third of Canadians aren't convinced same-sex couples should be allowed to marry, according to a new poll released days ahead.