You need to do some research and see what Quaker meetings there were, in the years you're interested in, and the area where you believe them to have lived. There is a good chance that, if Quakers, the marriage would be included in the meeting records. As far as being a vital record, I have no idea of when Ontario required marriages to be recorded... all US states are different, so you'll need to research that, too.
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