The B.C. Supreme Court has ruled to uphold Canada’s polygamy laws, adding that minors in polygamous marriages shouldn’t face prosecution as a result of this law, the CBC reports. Chief Justice Robert Bauman ruled in favour of a section of the Criminal Code barring polygamous unions after 42 days of legal arguments on the constitutionality of this section of the code. B.C. Attorney General Shirley Bond called it a “landmark” ruling, but opponents said it went against freedom of religion and freedom of association guaranteed in the charter.