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Ottawa trans mural looks for permanent home
Artist Kalkidan Assefa and Ade B hope to draw attention to trans issues
In defence of gay cannibalism
Andrew Haigh and Looking aren’t victims of fickle gays
Horror at Vancouver’s Queer Film Festival
And other films on the program director’s personal favourites list
Young hip-hop dancer says Queer Arts Festival a ‘safe haven’
Proximity: Remix explores queer youth expression through dance
Do we need an art plan for Vancouver’s West End?
Queer community has always been deeply interconnected with West End art scene
Vancouver Pride marshal Romi Chandra Herbert makes history
Tips for building stronger queer communities from a two-time marshal
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Drew Dennis to leave Vancouver Queer Film Festival
Departure unrelated to Israeli-ad controversy, Dennis and board chair say
Rural BC press launches imprint for queer women writers
‘It’s time for queer women of Canada to have a voice,’ says Caitlin Press
Out in Toronto: May 7–13, 2015
Choice events in the city this week
Heartwood Café tries to serve community and stay afloat
Can Rhizome successor find balance between community space and viable business?
What Fudger House means for queers
Losing LGBT-friendly nursing home should worry us all
Queers Against Israeli Apartheid disbands after seven years
Group became catalyst for free speech debates at Toronto Pride
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Opening the celluloid closet
The CLGA looks at queer stereotypes in the pre-Code and golden-age classics
The phantasmal engine
James K Moran’s horror novel features queer heroes and an ominous train
2014: Year of the queer comic
Comic artist reviews an explosive year for queer comics and graphic novels
Tomboy Survival Guide & other queer picks at PuSh Festival
Christeene says she’s coming to Club PuSh to help us free our inner ponies
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Vivek Shraya receives leadership award
Toronto artist recognized for his work and contribution to the community
Queer Perspectives in Regent Park
Annual film fest features talkback event with very special guests
Queer candidates vie for Ontario school boards
Nine openly queer people seeking trustee seats, including six in Toronto
Jane Farrow hopes to break away in Ward 30 race
Former broadcaster and Jane’s Walk founding executive director running against Fletcher and
A new play at Theatre Centre, Concord Floral, explores life in the ’burbs
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A fitting first tribute to an irrepressible mentor
Jim Deva’s final pitch for sexual freedom resonated at our town hall
Queer books thrive in the margins
The rise and fall of queer books
The witching hour
Artist Jamie Ross channels teenaged angst and coding for an enchanting evening
Subway cinema
The Toronto Urban Film Fest boasts some impressive queer content
Local festival, global issues
Out on Screen responds to heated debate over ad