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Mounties from the Surrey, Burnaby, Richmond, and UBC detachments, as well as officers from the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team and the gang-fighting Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit came together to talk about being openly gay while in the RCMP.



Dan Savage is all for Canada becoming president of the United States.
That, or “Washington State, where I live, seceding and becoming the rear end of British Columbia.” 
The Province talks to Dan Savage about sex, parenting, It Gets Better and, of course, his Santorum Google problem.

Dan Savage is all for Canada becoming president of the United States.

That, or “Washington State, where I live, seceding and becoming the rear end of British Columbia.”

The Province talks to Dan Savage about sex, parenting, It Gets Better and, of course, his Santorum Google problem.
Canada’s Conservative government is arguing that same-sex couples who have married in Canada are not legally wed.
Same-sex marriage was effectively legalized in Canada in 2004, and  passed into law a year later. Since then, more than 15,000 same-sex  marriages have taken place, with more than 5,000 involving couples from  outside Canada.The government is now contending that  non-Canadian same-sex couples who have been married here are only  considered married if gay marriage is also recognized in their home  country or state.Thoughts?

Canada’s Conservative government is arguing that same-sex couples who have married in Canada are not legally wed.

Same-sex marriage was effectively legalized in Canada in 2004, and passed into law a year later. Since then, more than 15,000 same-sex marriages have taken place, with more than 5,000 involving couples from outside Canada.

The government is now contending that non-Canadian same-sex couples who have been married here are only considered married if gay marriage is also recognized in their home country or state.

Thoughts?

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