The Canadian Polyamory Advocacy Association (CPAA) was pleased to welcome supporters from across Canada to its Annual General meeting held on March 25, 2012. We celebrated a successful end to litigation and some amazing accomplishments. We noted the retirement of three very hard working members of our leadership team with much appreciation. We are sad to lose them as directors — but are assured of their continued support as members. There was a spirited discussion on strategy to increase general awareness of polyamory and the wonderful healthy happy families that are in the polyamory community. We look to the next year to take a strong hold of our role as a national resource for local organizers, and a voice for the legal and political rights of our community members. Our new board of directors is representative of our national advocacy focus with directors residing in British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba and Nova Scotia. We have some exciting ideas for events and projects, and an excellent group of members and supporters who are firmly behind our directors. We’re poly! We’re proud! And we’re going to tell Canadians and the world that polyamory is here, continues to grow, and is most likely practiced by someone you know.