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In addition, Section 15 and a few other Charter sections are subject to the "notwithstanding clause" of the Charter that allows governments to declare that a law is exempt from the Charter for up to five years, which exemption may be renewed any number of times.In 2000, Alberta amended its Marriage Act to define marriage as being between a man and a woman.There has also been some funding to challenge provincial laws under a variety of programs, but its availability has varied considerably from province to province.The Constitution of Canada does not explicitly grant or deny any right to LGBT people, and Section 15 of the Charter prohibits the main types of discrimination to which LGBT Canadians may be subject.
Discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity or expression in employment, housing and public and private accommodations is banned nationwide.
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The notwithstanding clause can only be used to make exceptions to the Charter; it cannot change the federal division of powers.
In any case, the five-year exemption period expired in 2005.