"It doesn't bother me one bit. As long as they're doing their jobs properly, I couldn't care less about it."
Speaking of the couple, nicknamed locally as the 'Brokeback Mounties' (quite amusing, I think!), one elderly man is quoted as saying:
"It's not really for me, but that's their business."
Seems like a pragmatic attitude.
I quote one other segment from the Canada.com article: "Prime Minister Stephen Harper has said he will hold the vote to determine whether there is an appetite to revisit legislation giving homosexuals the right to marry. In a bid to avoid controversy, Harper recently muzzled his MPs, ordering them not to comment on the marriage of the two Mounties."
- from what I can gather he would prefer to disallow such unions, but probably realises that it is such a non-issue to most Canadians that he best keep his outdated views to himself.
See a pre-wedding photograph of the happy couple here (Courtesy The Hamilton Spectator).
Congratulations to the happy pair!