Transgender rights bill likely to face delay despite majority support
An eight-year bid to include transgender rights in Canadian anti-discrimination and hate laws is likely to suffer another legislative setback, despite support from a majority in both chambers of Parliament.
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#1 Jul 4, 2013
Since: Aug 12
#2 Jul 16, 2013
This is just like the situation with the UK Parliament and their gay marriage vote. It's because they don't really want to introduce the rights but feel they have to because of mounting support, so they go through the motions and drag it out in legislature for as long as possible, hoping in the meantime something will change and will cause disruption.
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