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Divorce now available for non-Canadian queers married here
Finally: lesbian or gay couples who married in Canada because their own state or country doesn't permit same sex marriages are no longer sentenced to a life commitment even if they break up.
As of August 2013, those couples can divorce in the province in which they married if
- they have been separated for a year
- during that year each of them has lived in a jurisdiction that does not recognize same sex marriage.
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