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Read our disclosure for more info. In addition to the milestones noted below, Canada has also had a number of prominent politicians who were not out as LGBT during their careers in politics, either coming out after they retired or being officially outed only in posthumous biographical sources, as well as openly LGBT politicians whose election or appointment to office was not a historically significant first as other LGBT people had already held the same office before them. As of , Nunavut is the only province or territory in Canada which has not been represented by any known LGBT politicians at any level of government. At least two federal MPs who predated Robinson, Heward Grafftey and Charles Lapointe , and one who was first elected alongside him in , Ian Waddell , are known to have come out as gay or bisexual after their retirement from politics. The provinces of British Columbia , Alberta , Manitoba , Ontario and Quebec have had more than one LGBT member, and all have had both gay men and lesbian women serve in the legislatures. The other provinces and territories which have had out LGBT legislators have had only one each to date.
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