Aug. 19, 2003: Jean Chretien vows to press on with same-sex marriage laws in caucus speech

Aug. 19, 2003: Jean Chretien vows to press on with same-sex marriage laws in caucus speech 1

 

#CTVNewsArchive: Aug. 19, 2003: In a speech at the Liberal caucus retreat in North Bay, Ont., then-prime minister Jean Chretien vowed to press on with same-sex marriage laws. He said, “I have learned over 40 years in public life that society evolves and that the concept of human rights evolves often more quickly than some of us might have predicted, and sometimes even in ways to make some people uncomfortable."

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5 Comments on "Aug. 19, 2003: Jean Chretien vows to press on with same-sex marriage laws in caucus speech"

  1. paul tomkins | August 4, 2020 at 9:18 AM | Reply

    Uncle Jean works for China now… unbelievable !!. He want the to release the Huawei lady to China.

  2. 20 years later, CONs are still trying to reserve things

  3. Andre Tabarnak | August 4, 2020 at 9:23 AM | Reply

    The Shawinigan Strangler!

  4. I’m learning english and i sufer 😂😂😂 plz can anyone help me and i’ll be thankful to him

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