CPAA does NOT ask for immunity…

Sep 7th, 2010 | By

Apparently there’s some confusion in the media.

The CPAA has not asked, does not have any plan to ask, and has never planned to ask, for immunity from prosecution for our witnesses in the Section 293 reference case. We’re also not asking to give any kind of anonymous evidence.

Winding up the policy consultations

Aug 26th, 2010 | By

It’s time to start getting the rest of the policy statements adopted. If you have any changes or objections, post them now. We are taking comments from the entire community. You do not have to be a CPAA member, you do not have to be a CPAA volunteer, and in fact you don’t even have to be poly.

Policy consultations: going interactive

May 8th, 2010 | By

The CPAA is creating policy statements, and we need to hear from the polyamorous community.

We know Canada’s polyamorists don’t want to be criminalized. We don’t know what else they believe. We need to create a “platform” for the CPAA: positions beyond the Section 293 litigation, as well as positions that my influence how we conduct that case.

Survey on polyamorous households

Apr 6th, 2010 | By

The Canadian Polyamory Advocacy Association (CPAA) is doing a short survey on polyamorous households in Canada where 3 OR MORE ADULTS ARE LIVING OR HAVE LIVED TOGETHER in a form of “conjugal union”. The CPAA intends to use this information to give Canadian courts and governments information about the number and type of polyamorous Canadian households. The survey is located at 5 required questions. Approximately 4 minutes. (Total: 15
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