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What are some of the political landmarks that the Canadian gay community have achieved?

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1969 Homosexuality is no longer a crime under the Criminal Code of Canada.

1976 Homosexuals are no longer barred as immigrants to Canada under the Immigration Act.

1977 Quebec becomes the first jurisdiction in Canada to prohibit discrimination ...

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