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Liberals revive Scheer's 2005 anti-same sex marriage speech

CTV News Thursday, 22 August 2019
In a video from 2005 posted to Twitter Thursday by Liberal cabinet minister Ralph Goodale, a young Andrew Scheer – who today heads up the Conservative Party of Canada – details what he viewed as the inherent qualities of marriage. He also says that same-sex couples don’t meet those criteria.
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News video: 2005 Video Shows Scheer’s Same Sex Marriage Opposition

2005 Video Shows Scheer’s Same Sex Marriage Opposition 00:51

This is a video released by Liberal MP Ralph Goodale on August 22, 2019. The footage is from a 2005 debate on same-sex marriage in the House of Commons.

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