The CPAA has filed its evidence with the court.
The main thrust of our evidence was to describe examples of Canadian polyamourous families. We filed affidavits with detailed descriptions of five different healthy, functioning poly groups in five provinces. Each group was described by one of its members.
We also filed an affidavit describing the results of the CPAA’s survey of Canadian poly households, and some social science material. That affidavit is here.
Names and other identifying information have been redacted from some of these.
Update June 10: Some of these weren’t properly set up and weren’t readable to a lot of people. That’s been fixed. Also, Google Docs has problems with PDFs and will sometimes say they’re unavailable. You’ll almost always get the document if you hit reload once or twice. We’re looking into better ways to host these. We’ll probably also either stop redacting names, or stop posting filings.