gay marriage

The English church could learn something from Canada

Michael Coren: The Church of England’s recent statements about same-sex marriage is a slap in the face to LGBTQ2 people who’ve remained faithful to the church

Why I should have voted for same-sex marriage

Rodger Cuzner: In 2004, I voted against same-sex marriage. After 19 years in parliament, that vote is the one I’d take back.

How the Conservatives changed their marriage policy

What happened at the Conservative convention, as the party voted to end its opposition to gay marriage

A former Catholic’s epiphany about gay marriage

Michael Coren brick-by-brick account of his change of heart

This column is guaranteed 100% gay

Emma Teitel on why America’s Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage is still important in Canada—and to her, personally

Video: Two years, 100 gay weddings. #LoveWins

Arran Liddel, who specializes in LGBTQ unions, talks about lessons learned on the job

Brendan Eich, Mozilla, and a post-gay-marriage world

Why this could be a game-changing moment for political donation laws

Good news, bad news

A crack down on illegal unpaid internships, wile decapitation videos are now okay on Facebook

Why millennials support marriage equality

Socially conscious artists, Obama have helped the cause

Republican ‘comes out’ in support of gay marriage, liberal cynics attack

Something very good happened in the United States this week: Rob Portman, the Republican senator from Ohio, who co-sponsored DOMA and was once favoured to be Mitt Romney’s running mate, penned an editorial in the Columbus Dispatch, announcing his newfound support for gay marriage. He began to change his mind on the issue, he wrote, after his son Will came out of the closet two years ago. Here he is, below:

What students are talking about today (October 17th edition)

Free textbooks in B.C. and a couple of dumb online posts