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The Shermans recently listed their home for sale for nearly C million (.4 million).A real estate agent discovered the bodies in the basement while preparing for an open house, the Toronto Globe and Mail reported, citing a relative.She specializes in helping couples reconnect on an ongoing basis and after injuries occur in relationship, such as when there has been an affair, either physical or emotional or both.When one or both partners claim to love the other but are not “in love” anymore and when conflict, illness, financial strain or other situations threaten to destroy the relationship.Forbes has estimated Sherman's fortune at .2 billion.A For Sale sign stands outside the home of billionaire founder of Canadian pharmaceutical firm Apotex Inc., Barry Sherman and his wife Honey, who were found dead under circumstances that police described as "suspicious" in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, December 15, 2017.
They may be married, living together, dating, engaged, separated, considering marriage, same sex or bisexual couples.
Since 2001, the number of same‑sex couples in Canada has grown considerably.
From 2011 to 2016, the number of same‑sex couples rose by 12.9%, to 72,880 couples.
The Census of Population provides important information on small population groups with diverse characteristics. In 2001, the census first counted same‑sex couples living together in common‑law unions.
In 2005, marriage became legal for same‑sex couples across Canada, and in the following censuses, in 2006, 20, both married and common‑law same‑sex couples were enumerated.