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Class-action lawsuit proceeds on government, military purge in Canada
Public servants asked to preserve documents
Advocacy group wants coin, stamp, to celebrate 50 years of gay decriminalization
Canadian government curtailed buggery and gross indecency charges in 1969, though arrests...
Canada’s federal jails may stop sorting trans inmates by their genitalia
Correctional Service Canada policy effectively bars gender-confirming surgery
Nunavut and Yukon to enact trans-rights bills
Move will leave New Brunswick as the last remaining province without explicit trans rights
How bareback culture has evolved since the AIDS epidemic
For some, bareback sex is intimate and liberating. For others, it’s dangerous and...
Canadian Blood Services could scrap blanket policy on gay blood donors
January meeting will consider ‘gender-blind’ screening based on individual risk
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Federal government to review Canada’s tough HIV laws
HIV criminalization, funding for HIV and hepatitis organizations on the agenda
 Is the queer community ready to defend public sex?
Identity, community, and privacy arguments may not be sufficient for Project Marie
Project Marie is the latest chapter in Toronto police’s long history of targeting queer sex
Xtra Spark urges community members to follow activist group Queers Crash the Beat
Trans bill likely to pass Senate
Bill C-16 passed its final House vote Nov 18, 2016
Why Project Marie was a witch hunt on gay men
Shame tactics might try to vilify gay sex, but it won’t stop cruising
Leitch’s hypocritical Trump-style politics have no place in Canada
If Conservatives have any principles, they must rally against leadership candidate’s anti-...
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What the rise of the alt-right means for HIV prevention
We need to talk to each other openly about sex and our sexual health
Toronto’s trans community mourns on Transgender Day of Remembrance
Trans flag was raised at Queen’s Park and Toronto City Hall to pay tribute to those lost to...
Protesters, residents and police discuss park sex crackdown at protest
Members of the LGBT community attend Walk the Beat event demanding accountability for...
Transgender Day of Remembrance 2016 across Canada
A list of events across the country to honour the lives of those lost to violence
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MPs urged to remember trans, non-binary issues
Liberal, NDP MPs hear from activists, trans people and HIV experts
Federal NDP denounces Etobicoke park crackdown
‘Here we are, 30 years later still doing this kind of stuff,’ says Randall Garrison
Rejected HIV/AIDS organizations will now receive funding until 2018
Funding extension welcome but longer-term solution still needed, groups say
Feds name gay MP as ‘LGBTQ2 issues’ advisor
Edmonton MP has three years to answer calls for pardons and compensation for those...
Lawyer vows to help men charged in Etobicoke park sting
‘It certainly has the whiff of homophobia,’ says Marcus McCann on Toronto police operation
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Project Marie is shocking, but at least as gay men we know how to respond
The undercover police operation in Etobicoke’s Marie Curtis Park is reminiscent of the...
Liberals move to scrap anal-sex law
Section 159 forbids group sex, puts age of consent higher than vaginal sex
Concerns raised over technology used to exonerate AIDS ‘Patient Zero’
Advanced viral genome tracking could soon identify individual virus transmission cases....
Trans-rights protection bill fast-tracked through House committee
Senate could debate proposal before Christmas break
Liberal government may not compensate men convicted under anti-gay laws, FOI suggests
Documents obtained by Xtra found that there are 6,000 sentences under buggery and gross...