The go-ahead given Canada’s government by the Supreme Court paves the way for Prime Minister Paul Martin to introduce legislation redefining marriage as the lawful union of two persons. Canada would be the 3rd country, along with the Netherlands and Belgium, to provide equal marital rights to its citizens.
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