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  Saskatchewan court rules definition of marriage unconstitutional
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Last EditedUser 215  Nov 06, 2004 01:14am
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News DateSaturday, November 6, 2004 06:00:00 AM UTC0:0
DescriptionSASKATOON (CP) - Gay couples may now tie the knot in more than half of the provinces and territories in Canada after a Saskatchewan court ruled Friday that the traditional definition of marriage is unconstitutional.

In a five-page ruling, Justice Donna Wilson sided with courts in five other provinces and one territory, saying existing marriage laws discriminate against gay couples.
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