Almost a month ago, we posted the Attorney General’s summary of the polygamy statute’s legislative history, but we didn’t have the supporting documents. We can now give you the whole thing. The record seems silent about the problems most of Section 293’s modern proponents claim it’s needed to address.
Thanks to those who filled out the survey, especially witnesses! The results will help us protect the poly community. Remember, some witnesses still need to contact us.
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.