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The Supreme Court of Canada will determine whether Quebec should be compelled to join the rest of Canada in offering common-law spouses the same rights as married couples when it comes to obtaining spousal support when a relationship ends. (Jamie Grill/Getty Images)
The Supreme Court of Canada will determine whether Quebec should be compelled to join the rest of Canada in offering common-law spouses the same rights as married couples when it comes to obtaining spousal support when a relationship ends. (Jamie Grill/Getty Images)

Your view: What rights should common-law couples have? Add to ...

This week, changes to B.C.’s Family Law Act has made couples who have lived together for two or more years common-law partners, with the same rights and regulations as married couples.

Now, we want to know your opinion.

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