September 5, 2008, Newsletter Issue #100: Who Can Marry in Canada

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Canada does not have a residency requirement for gay marriage. This means that any couple from any country can travel to Canada to be married, regardless of what the laws are in their home country or the time they intend to spend in Canada .

Couples can only be married in Canada if both partners are over 18 (or, in British Columbia , 17), and can produce photo ID.

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