Pablo Rodriguez. It's very clear that all organizations can deal with marriage in their own beliefs. Sherbrooke, Que. She voted "no" citing opposition from her constituents as well as personal beliefs. Chatham-Kent—EssexON. Believes human rights have nothing to do with the word "marriage" Globe and Mail February 1, survey indicated he would vote against.
Then, if approved as expected, it would go before convention delegates in Charlotte, N.
Nipissing—TimiskamingON. Said he was voting for the bill despite strong opposition in his riding to Same-Sex Marriage. Ducappe was absent for C, the reproductive technologies bill that enabled embryonic stem cell research and opens the door to human cloning.
His likely vote would be "yes". While the Government wanted to pass C, its main priority was to first pass C the NDP additions to the budgetwhich the Bloc and the Conservatives opposed. Referred back to when women weren't allowed to vote, and when interracial marriages were illegal.
Ethel Blondin-Andrew. Said she would support the bill. Skeena—Bulkley Valley , BC. Caroline St-Hilaire. Montcalm , QC.