22) Can I bring my family members to Canada from the U.S.?
You can bring your spouse or common-law partner and dependent children with you when you decide to immigrate to Canada.
Your spouse may be able to join you in Canada on an open work permit, which allows him or her to work for any employer in Canada without having to make a confirmed job offer. Also, if you have accompanying dependent children, they do not need a study permit to study at Canadian educational institutions.
Canada recognizes the inherent rights of same-sex couples before the law, and this extends to immigration.