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Friday, November 05, 2004

BREAKING NEWS ~ Saskatchewan court approves same-sex marriages
Chris Buell at 11:19 AM ET

[JURIST] A Saskatchewan judge has ruled that a Canadian federal law on marriage is unconsitutional, making it the seventh jurisdiction in the country to approve same-sex marriages. The Supreme Court of Canada is expected to rule on proposed legislation legalizing same-sex marriages throughout the country. CBC News has more.






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