We already know what Paul Martin thinks, "we simply cannot have two classes of Canadians".
And we know what gay-rights advocates must think. They argued that society must sanction same-sex unions so that the children of same-sex couples do not feel discriminated against. The same argument applies to polygamy.
And we know what the swinging Courts must think, (what, "a one night stand is fine, but commitment is immoral?).
And we know what the Christians who laid the moral foundations of our country think -- but they don't count.
So, it sounds like the next great, unanticipated outcome of the Charter Code in the hands of its secular high-priest interpreters is polygamy.
The only thing left is some fresh celebrations of Canada's tolerance, diversity, and generosity.
It does give fresh meaning to the phrase "a woman's right to choose", though, doesn't it?