Perceptions of Polyamory in Canada
Canadian Research Institute for Law and the Family.
This report presents a detailed analysis and discussion of the data collected from a national survey undertaken in the summer of 2016. It examines the sociodemographic attributes and attitudes of people identifying as polyamorous, the composition of polyamorous relationships and perceptions of polyamorous relationships in Canada, with the goal of obtaining a better understanding of the prevalence and nature of polyamory to inform the development of family justice policy and legislation. It is the second Institute report on polyamory, the first of which focused on the application of the law on domestic relations to those involved polyamorous relationships.
family law, law
Boyd, J.-P. E. (2017). Perceptions of Polyamory in Canada (rep.). Calgary, AB: Canadian Research Institutue for Law and the Family