1977 in Canada

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Events from the year 1977 in Canada.

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  • The Eaton Centre opens in Toronto.
  • Prime Minister Trudeau separates from his wife Margaret Sinclair.
  • Quebec becomes the first jurisdiction (larger than a city or county) in the world to prohibit discrimination in the public and private sectors based on sexual orientation.
  • Etobicoke introduces the Reduce Impaired Driving in Etobicoke programme which, eventually, spreads across the province as Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere.

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