Queer rights are in danger in Canada. Pierre Poilievre owns some of the blame

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07/09/2024

For years, Ipsos has been asking individuals around the world for their opinions on Queer people. And for years, the pollster has found, those opinions have steadily improved. People had been growing more and more supportive of the LGBTQ community with each passing year, especially in Canada. In 2011, more than six-in-ten Canadians said people should be open about their sexual orientation and gender identity; even more voiced support for anti-discrimination laws; more, still, endorsed Queer couples adopting children. But this year, those trends suddenly reversed.

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