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National Polyamory Day

November 23rd is National Polyamory Day. On that day in 2011, BC’s Supreme Court ruled that Canada’s so called “anti-polygamy law” does not apply to unformalized polyamorous households – clarifying that polyamory, as it is typically practiced in Canada, is legal and not a criminal act. Prior to November, 23, 2011, it was questionable if polyamory was legal in Canada. If you agree that people who are polyamorous are entitled
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Polyamory Continues To Grow In Canada

As February 14th approaches, the Canadian Polyamory Advocacy Association (CPAA) highlights the growing popularity of polyamory. For those who are polyamorous, Valentine’s Day is not just a celebration of one’s only love – but all our loves. Research is showing that polyamory is more popular than once believed – and is growing. Newer research indicates an increase from under 1 percent to around 4 to 5 percent are in some
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National Polyamory Day

November 23rd is National Polyamory Day. On that day in 2011, BC’s Supreme Court ruled that Canada’s so called “anti-polygamy law” does not apply to unformalized polyamorous households – clarifying that polyamory, as it is typically practiced in Canada, is legal and not a criminal act. Prior to November, 23, 2011, it was questionable if polyamory was legal in Canada. If you agree that people who are polyamorous are entitled
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Journée nationale du polyamour

Le 23 novembre est la Journée nationale du polyamour. À cette date en 2011, la Cour Suprême de la Colombie-Britannique a statué que la «loi anti-polygamie» du Canada ne s’applique pas aux ménages polyamoureux non structurés – précisant que le polyamour, tel quel est habituellement pratiqué au Canada, est légal et non criminel. Avant le 23 novembre 2011, il était douteux que la polyamour soit légal au Canada. Si vous
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Día Nacional del Poliamor

El 23 de noviembre es el Día Nacional del Poliamor. Ese mismo día en el año 2011, la Suprema Corte en British Columbia Canadá reglamentó que la llamada “ley anti- poligamia” no era aplicable a las familias poliamorosas no formalizadas – aclarando que la poliamor, como se practica en Canadá, es legal y no es un acto criminal. Antes del 23 de Noviembre del 2011, era cuestionable si el poliamor
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Polyamory Continues To Grow In Canada Polyamory Continues To Grow In Canada

As February 14th approaches, the Canadian Polyamory Advocacy Association (CPAA) highlights the growing popularity of polyamory. For those who are polyamorous, Valentine’s Day is not just a celebration of one’s only love – but all our loves. Research is showing that polyamory is more popular than once believed – and is growing. Newer research indicates an increase from under 1 percent to around 4 to 5 percent are in some
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International Poly House Party Weekend

“The first EVER international DIY festival celebrating *your* polyamory *your* way…It is barbecues, keggers, potlucks, raves, picnics, blues dances, play parties, tantric retreats, game nights, field days, movement fundraisers, cuddle parties, and fancy dinners. It is raising awareness about our culture, our relationship preference, and the idea that freedom of relationship choice is important to society at large. It is a community bonding experience, our way– because everyone will do
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And What about the Children?

The incredible irony is that this law, regardless of its actual interpretation in court, brands us as criminals without any evidence of any actual harm being done and in the process can actually bring harm to us and our children. Section 293 potentially victimizes a group of people in this country who do no harm, who are doing the best they can, and, by any measure, are not substantially different from anyone else in this country.