Jan. 12 (Bloomberg) -- Canadian Justice Minister Rob Nicholson said the government has “no intention” of reopening the debate on same-sex marriage in the country.
Nicholson issued the statement after the Globe and Mail newspaper reported on a case in which a same-sex couple was denied a divorce on the grounds that their marriage in Canada was not recognized outside the country.
The government is looking at ways to “clarify the law so that such marriages performed in Canada can be undone in Canada,” Nicholson said by e-mail.
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