Senate approves Bill C-23 (Canada).
One month later, on July 20, British Columbia's NDP government announced that it is going to court to try to win legal sanction for samesex marriages. According to Attorney-General Andrew Petter, the present denial of marriage licences for same-sex "couples" is contrary to the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
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