answersLogoWhite

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered
2011-12-29 14:43:09
2011-12-29 14:43:09

Same-sex marriage was legalized in British Columbia on July 8, 2003.

001
๐Ÿฆƒ
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0

Related Questions


I don't think you can. You either has to be single or married to adopt. Just living together is neither. if you are in a samesex relationship and has gone through partnership might be possible though.


Yes, it is allowed for a Muslim girl or boy to have a boy friend However; if they are of opposite sex; they should practice any kind of oral sex (kissing, touching, ... etc) or intercourse sex. They should avoid being alone in closed areas away from people. Friendship should be within the limits of advice exchange and consultation, cooperation for the community benefit, cooperation in study and knowledge exchange, social activities, .... etc. Any sexual practices (oral or intercourse) should be within licit marriage per Islam teachings and rules. It is to be emphasized that; per Islamic teachings; samesex practices (oral or intercourse sex) are strictly forbidden and not allowed.


Marijuana has not been fully legalized in British Columbia. It has been partially decriminalized for medical use as of 2008.


Yes. On 2003 July 8, British Columbia became the second province to legalize same-sex marriage in Canada, 28 days after Ontario. Same-sex marriage was legalized all over Canada on July 20, 2005 with the passage of the Civil Marriage act.


Same-sex marriage in the District of Columbia was legalized on December 18, 2009, with the first ceremonies performed on March 9, 2010.


No countries in the Balkans have legalized same-sex marriage.


Same-sex marriage has not been legalized in Laos.


None. No communist countries have legalized same-sex marriage.


No country in Central America has legalized same-sex marriage.


No former Soviet republics have legalized same-sex marriage.


No predominantly Muslim countries have legalized same-sex marriage.


Same-sex marriage was legalized in Maryland effective January 1, 2013.


Same-sex marriage was legalized in the Yukon on July 16, 2004.


Same-sex marriage was legalized in North Carolina on October 9, 2014.


Same-sex marriage was legalized in the Canadian province of Quebec on March 16, 2004.


Same-sex marriage was legalized in the Canadian province of Manitoba on September 16, 2004.


Same-sex marriage was legalized in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan on November 5, 2004.


Because one thing has nothing to do with the other. Also, it depends on which state you are talking about. For example. In Colorado, as of 2012, they legalized marijuana but not same-sex marriage.


As of December 20, 2013, about 33% of US states have legalized same-sex marriage.


On May 17, 2004, same-sex marriage was legalized in Massachusetts, the first state to do so.


In 2013, the following states legalized (or re-legalized) same-sex marriage: Maine Maryland Oregon California Minnesota (In New Mexico, it was already legal, but marriages were first performed in 2013) Also in 2013, the federal government legalized gay marriage for most federal rights.


Same-sex marriage was legalized in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia on September 24, 2004.


Same-sex marriage was legalized in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador on December 21, 2004.


Same-sex marriage was legalized in the Canadian province of New Brunswick on June 23, 2005.


The governments that have legalized same-sex marriage did so presumably because they decided they no longer had any legitimate interest in limiting marriage to opposite-sex couples only.



Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.