Request for Proposals – PolyCon Canada 2020

Jul 15th, 2020 | By

BREAKING NEWS: PolyCon – Canada 2020 – National Polyamory Day – November 23 – an online event. Request for proposals of 5 to 15 minute recorded video presentations, workshop sessions, music performances, author readings … and hosts of virtual tour live stream segments. Apply to info@polyadvocacy.ca by August 31, 2020.

What does being poly mean to you?

Oct 21st, 2012 | By

Canadian Polyamory Advocacy Association is looking for snappy slogans for promotional products.  These slogans would help to advocate for awareness of the good stuff about being poly and must be original.  Please send your suggestions to info@polyadvocacy.ca.  Winners will receive their choice of swag item with their slogan on it. Deadline November 1st, 2012.

Poly Party Weekend – June 15 – 17

May 12th, 2012 | By

“Poly Party Weekend combines celebration, education, and fundraising in a way that connects local communities through a shared timeframe and purpose. In other words, we’re all partying during the same time and hopefully raising funds much-needed funds for advocacy and education-focused organizations.  This originally started with Poly House Party Weekend in 2011, but we subsequently dropped the “house” part when we discovered that house parties seem to be more of
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Donations by Paypal

Nov 8th, 2010 | By

There may be a temporary glitch with donating by Paypal.  If you were hoping to donate now, please consider emailing us either to enquire as to where to send a cheque or so that we can email you when paypal is up and running again.   With many thanks for your ongoing support.

What is the desired result for the [polyamory] community from this constitutional reference? Should the Criminal Code section be struck down or upheld? Or should it be modified and, if so, how?

Feb 20th, 2010 | By

It is not appropriate for a law which criminalizes loving, committed, consensual relationships to remain on the books, even if it not presently being enforced. Former Prime Minister Pierre E. Trudeau once famously said “there is no place for the state in the bedrooms of the nation”. Similarly, we believe there is no place for the state in determining the relationships of the nation. If a law is to remain
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