The Charter of Rights and Freedoms, that ever-fruitful cornucopia of rights you never even knew you had, may yet bring forth the right to polygamy.
Winston Blackmore rejoices with his 26 wives in Bountiful, B.C., at the prospect.
Hundreds, if not thousands, of little-known Muslim practitioners in Canada will also rejoice.
The secular liberal polyamorists can't wait for the day when some court grants them marriage licences.
Rich jerks who take multiple girlfriends as trophies will be bragging about how many wives they can collect.
And thirtysomething career women who bemoan the fact that all the good men are married will convince themselves that taking a share in a husband is better than holding out for all of one they'll never get.
But happiest of all will the family law bar, whose members will grow incredibly rich off the domestic contracts, divorces and child custody battles to come.