Yes. Polygamy is illegal in Canada. Those practicing polygamy in Canada most often cite freedom of religion laws, although the freedom of religion laws may not technically protect the practice of polygamy.
Polygamy was legal for the Ancient Egyptians. Although polygamy was legal it was generally only practiced by the wealthy the prospect of paying maintenance to several women must have reduced the practice.
Yes, Under section 293 (1) (a) of the Canadian Criminal Code it is illegal to practises any form of polygamy. The fact that you got married before entering Canada doesnt mean you do not practices polygamy once in Canada.
Its not polygamy if you are not married you would just have a variety of dates or girl/boyfriends. Or if you have a wife and are going out with another women it is not polygamy it is called having an AFFAIR!!!
No. Polygamy is illegal in all 50 states. In Utah, polygamy laws are especially strict. Polygamy in Utah is defined as cohabiting with multiple people of the opposite gender - even if you made no attempt to be married. In Utah, polygamy is a felony and punished by 5 years in prison.
Polygamy is NOT legal in Sweden! 95% of Swedes used to below to the Church of Sweden which is Protestant/Lutheran. But these days is closer to 70%, mostly due to immigration but also the separation between state and church that took place in 2000.