|"An up-to-date accurate dictionary reflects what words mean and when court rulings in 2003 allowed for same-sex marriage, the traditional sense of the word immediately changed."
Responding to criticism she said: "It is a matter of lexicographical principle. We would simply be incorrect if we continued to define marriage as being solely between a man and a woman; that is no longer the case in Canada."
There are a number of other changes to reflect the recent changes in Canadian society and its public policy. It would be good to think we in the UK may see some of these changes here, too, in the not too distant future - in practical terms as well as in our own dictionaries.