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Ian Howes/Gazette
WHO ARE YOU KIDDING? Megan Har, a third-year media information and technoculture student and Francheska Galloway, a third-year health science student, act like they're studying when the camera comes knockin.'

Alliance loses marriage motion but vote fractures the Liberals

A motion by the Canadian Alliance to preserve the traditional definition of marriage as that between a man and a woman was narrowly defeated by a vote of 137-132 in Parliament this Tuesday.

"This is a historic step forward in the Liberal Party, as well as for the government and the Canadian people," said Mike Murphy, director of communication for the Liberal minister of justice. "[It also] means that [the Alliance's] narrow view of things will continue."

Women take night back, men not invited

London's women are set to reclaim the streets tonight as part of an effort to eliminate violence and affirm the independence of women.

Take Back the Night, a march in honour of the women killed in the Montreal Massacre, is a symbolic move to show women can feel safe at night without a male escort, said Karla Baker, coordinator of the Women's Issues Network, one of the groups involved with the Women's Events Committee, the organizing body of the march.


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