In July 2005 the Canadian government legalized marriages between same sex couples. The federal definition of marriage in Canada is simply “the lawful union of two persons to the exclusion of all others”.
I am pleased to provide service to all same sex couples who wish to make their union official.
Weddings and Fishing
Weddings and fishing have a few things in common. Both sexes talk about “the big catch”!
Some guys feel “lured in”, and for a few it’s like “jumping out of the frying pan and into the fire”.
When it is time to be married, “You can’t keep fishing around” … “You are hooked” … “It’s time to take the plunge”.
It is a catch, and it’s a commitment.
The big thing to remember in getting married is that it is not “catch and release”. This one’s a keeper!
A few years ago I was lucky enough to marry my yoga instructor Erin Hicks to videographer Dan Evans at the Banff Boutique Inn. We thought it only right that the wedding party should throw a few poses into the ceremony. We began with a warm-up “tree pose” in the Coach House where Erin was putting on the final touches before making her grand entrance.
My old website served me well for a long time but with the many changes to web standards and web display technology in recent years, it was more than clear that my old look was getting, well, old! I’ve recently had my site rebuilt on one of the newer web publishing platforms and am pleased to announce a re-launch in a fresh format.
You’ll still find lots of location pictures and up-to-date Alberta marriage information on my site. I’ll still marry you anywhere so contact me about performing your unique marriage ceremony in the Canadian Rockies.
Alberta Marriage Commissioner
Box 337, Banff, Alberta
Canada, T1L 1A5
I’ll Marry You … Anywhere!