Here's where the parties stand on LGBTQ issues - 2019-10-08

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F182.png Here's where the parties stand on LGBTQ issues October 8, 2019, CBC News

Whether it's same-sex marriage, the blood donation ban or Pride parades, issues affecting LGBTQ Canadians have been hot topics in this election. Several of you have texted us with questions about what the parties will do for LGBTQ communities.

The question of the federal leaders' stances on same-sex marriage became something of a flashpoint early in the campaign, when the Liberals released a 2005 video of Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer speaking about it. In the video, Scheer was addressing the House of Commons when same sex-marriage laws were under consideration by Parliament.

Conservatives quickly pointed out Scheer wasn't alone in his views and that Liberal Ralph Goodale voted in support of a heterosexual definition of marriage in 1999. Goodale has since said his personal views have evolved.

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