I left the parties intending to be virtuous and get some editing done before going to bed, but I'm way too tired for that—I couldn't sleep last night, and ended up getting only about three hours' sleep, I think. I've been surprisingly awake all day, but it's just caught up with me.
So I have just enough brainpower left to mention a note in the daily con newsletter, which says that on Thursday afternoon four couples who are members of TorCon got married. It then lists their names, and all eight have male names. I don't know whether, as someone suggested this afternoon, they're Americans who decided to take advantage of this visit to Canada to get hitched even though it won't legally count when they get back to the US, or whether they're Canadians, or some of each, or what, but I still think it's pretty cool. Especially since the note in the newsletter says nothing at all about orientation, just "Torcon 3 congratulates the newlyweds and wishes them many years of happiness!"
Nifty. Yay, Canada!
Oh, and entirely unrelatedly: someone was asking how many members the con has: the newsletter says 3848 members as of today, and presumably there'll be some more buying one- or two-day memberships at the door Saturday and Sunday. I think that's a little small for recent WorldCons, but not as small as I'd have expected for one outside the US.