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canada • church of scientology of toronto • earl smith • elena kristiansen • globe and mail (canada) • susan delacourt • wedding
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Nov 9, 1985
Wedding party of Scientologists winds up in Queen's Park office — Globe and Mail (Canada)
Type: Press
Author(s): Susan Delacourt
Source: Globe and Mail (Canada)
Earl Smith, president of the Toronto Church of Scientology, was married yesterday in a ceremony that is not considered legal in Ontario, and he used the occasion to push for having his church licenced to conduct marriages. Immediately after their wedding, Mr. Smith and his bride, Elena Kristiansen, 27, headed for the offices of the Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations to plead that the Scientology ceremony be considered legal. But the ministry is waiting for the outcome of a Supreme ...
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