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Legal protection Provincial and territorial legislation Resources Legal protection In , the Canadian Human Rights Act was amended to specifically include sexual orientation as one of the prohibited grounds of discrimination. Information is outdated or wrong. It assists in the recognition and growth of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, two-spirit, intersex, queer and questioning persons and their families in Canada. Provincial and territorial legislation Most provinces and territories have included sexual orientation in their human rights legislation as a prohibited ground of discrimination. When the House of Commons passed the Civil Marriage Act 10 years ago this week, Canada was only the fourth country in the world — and the first outside Europe — to legalize same-sex marriage. The enactment of the Civil Marriage Act in marked a milestone in sexual orientation equality rights, by allowing same-sex couples to be married anywhere in Canada. Almost ten years later, in , Quebec became the first jurisdiction in Canada to amend its provincial charter of human rights to include sexual orientation as a prohibited ground for discrimination. Indeed, I said at the time that if we enact this legislation, we will see in 10 years that the sky will not fall. A number of national organizations work to promote and protect sexual orientation rights, including the following groups.. In , Parliament passed Bill C which gives same-sex couple the same social and tax benefits as heterosexuals in common-law relationships. A special committee struck by the House of Commons to examine the Civil Marriage Act met 21 times and heard from 72 witnesses, including representatives of 35 different organizations. Learn more about provincial and territorial human rights legislation.

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Description: Developed on the principle that sexual orientation does not matter, the organization's philosophy is to encourage non-discrimination by tearing down negative stereotypes and misconceptions. Most provinces and territories have included sexual orientation in their human rights legislation as a prohibited ground of discrimination. In , Parliament passed Bill C which gives same-sex couple the same social and tax benefits as heterosexuals in common-law relationships. It was a wide-ranging, inclusive — if heated — national discussion on an issue of national importance. Second, the debate was a unique and compelling constitutional conversation. My Service Canada Account. It was, for example, out of respect for the plurality of options being argued that, following the lower and appellate court rulings, I asked the Supreme Court for a decision not only on the constitutionality of same-sex marriage, but also on the possibility of civil unions as a valid option. It was individuals and groups who exercised the remedies guaranteed them by the Charter to assert their rights, successfully arguing against the opposite-sex restriction on civil marriage before courts in eight provinces and one territory. For three reasons in particular, it is remarkable to think back to the debate that was taking place in Canada on this issue a decade ago. My Star location Select Location. To order copies of Toronto Star articles, please go to. Almost ten years later, in , Quebec became the first jurisdiction in Canada to amend its provincial charter of human rights to include sexual orientation as a prohibited ground for discrimination.
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