September 4, 2009, Newsletter Issue #151: How Many Gay Marriages in Canada?

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Since gay marriage was made legal by the Civil Marriage Act in 2005, thousands of gay and lesbian couples in Canada flocked to the altar from June 2003 to October 2006. Who has the highest rate of same-sex marriages in the nation? Ontario tops the list, with 6,524. This is followed by British Columbia, with 3,927 marriages taking place. Quebec had 947, while Alberta had 409. The lowest number of same-sex marriages during that time period were held by Price Edward Island (8), Northwest Territories (2), and Nunavut (1).

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