But the former Math teacher in me can't help trying to get it thru your skull that the population of Canada, and the ratio of the LGBT population to the total population, are not relevant.
Let's make believe that the percentage of unmarried LGBT Canadians is X. (You think X = 99%, I (and a reference) say X = 67%.) Then, suddenly, 100 MILLION straight people move to canada. (Maybe Anthony Kennedy inspired them.) Does the value of X change? Why or why not?