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Same-sex marriage in Canada was progressively introduced in several provinces by court decisions beginning in before being legally recognized nationwide with the enactment of the Civil Marriage Act on July 20, On June 10, , the Court of Appeal for Ontario issued a decision immediately legalizing same-sex marriage in Ontario, thereby becoming the first province where it was legal. The introduction of a federal gender-neutral marriage definition made Canada the fourth country in the world, and the first country outside Europe , to legally recognize same-sex marriage throughout its borders. More than 3, same-sex couples had already married in those areas before the Civil Marriage Act was passed. It was passed by the House of Commons on June 28, , by the Senate on July 19, , and it received royal assent the following day.
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Asian Canadians For Equal Marriage (ACFEM) -
Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam has an extensive career investing in the City of Toronto through both the public and private sectors. Her contributions have led to the development and support of improved social planning programs, new affordable housing, innovative economic development programs, community art projects, and investments in diverse, family-friendly neighbourhood planning. She has led efforts to defend the rights of tenants to obtain affordable and decent standards of rental housing and helped create a neighbourhood association to preserve and protect heritage buildings and historical landscapes in the ward. In addition to her city appointments to numerous city boards and agencies, Councillor Wong-Tam has served as:.
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UPCOMING EVENTS AT THE ASIAN INSTITUTE
All events listed are open to the public. Look below for specific details. The purpose of this panel is to highlight the voices of Asian female leaders, and to acknowledge the unique challenges and opportunities Asian women face in the professional workplace, in the public sphere, and in positions of leadership. This panel will feature a range of speakers from a variety of disciplines. She has an extensive career investing in the City of Toronto through both the public and private sectors.
Kristyn Wong-Tam listen born c. She is councillor for Ward 13 - Toronto Centre, formerly Ward 27, since She was elected to Toronto City Council in the city council election to replace Kyle Rae who had chosen to retire,  defeating opponent Ken Chan in the heated race by just plus votes.