CPAA on Facebook

The Canadian Polyamory Advocacy Association has a Fan Page on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/PolyAdvocacy .  We have hundreds of fans there and are excited by the comments and postings made regarding polyamory as practiced all over the globe.  It is easier to stand up for your cause when you know that you do not stand alone.  We appreciate your support.

Recently there have been postings regarding this website and some problems with it.  We are a volunteer organization and muddle along as best we can with the time limitations of busy lives.  We do take very seriously your comments and have made some adjustments and will make further additions as soon as we can.  Please note that our Constitution link and the link to section 293 of the Criminal Code have been fixed.

Why “fans” and not “members”?
We are currently highly focused on gathering data and evidence for our presentation to the Supreme Court of BC.  Our “members” and “directors” as defined under the Societies Act of BC and in our bi-laws are working volunteers who are actively participating in this process.  We recruit as we need expertise at the moment but are certainly interesting in hearing from supporters and fans who at some later point might be interested in being more involved in the organization following this court proceedings.

The most important thing you can do if you are interested in furthering our work is to complete the survey of poly households and assist our data gathering process.  The link for the survey is noted on this home page under latest news.

The next most important thing you can do is learn all about polyamory and share that information to dispell the misinformation that is out there.

And thirdly, please ask your questions and share your thoughts.  As we prepare for court we need to hear what you have to say.

John Ince and Zoe Duff  are our spokespersons and available for interview.
Please email info@polyadvocacy.ca  for further contact information.

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