Community organizations

Community organizations
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A life-size pink phone, a sleepover and a script: my year at the Rhubarb Festival
Rhubarb has always been the place for controlled theatrical chaos — that’s why we knew our...
‘There is no door open, no hope.’ The gay Iranian refugee that Canada abandoned
Amirhossein Zolghadri chose to file a refugee claim instead of hiring a smuggler. Now, he’s...
Out in Ottawa: Jan 16–31, 2017
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Out in Toronto: Jan 12–18, 2017
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Out in Toronto: Jan 5–11, 2017
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Out in Vancouver: Jan 5–11, 2017
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Out in Ottawa: Jan 4–12, 2017
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Advocacy group wants coin, stamp, to celebrate 50 years of gay decriminalization
Canadian government curtailed buggery and gross indecency charges in 1969, though arrests...
Toronto sex shop launches new website to help trans youth buy gear
Safe-for-work site, owned by Come As You Are, is more parent- and firewall-friendly
Newly-merged Stonewall Wilde’s still face obstacles in Ottawa’s gay village
Co-owners Michael Deyell and Trevor Prevost are expanding on products and events to bring...
Out in Toronto: Dec 8–14, 2016
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Federal government to review Canada’s tough HIV laws
HIV criminalization, funding for HIV and hepatitis organizations on the agenda
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Out in Toronto: Dec 1–7, 2016
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Project Marie is the latest chapter in Toronto police’s long history of targeting queer sex
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Xtra Spark urges community members to follow activist group Queers Crash the Beat
Out in Toronto: Nov 24–30, 2016
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RIP, Yonge Cinemas (Part 2)
Yonge Cinemas may be gone, but at least there’s still Steamworks
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Bank Street BIA to highlight culture and history in Ottawa’s Village
Community input needed for first phase of Village Legacy Project
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
MPs urged to remember trans, non-binary issues
Liberal, NDP MPs hear from activists, trans people and HIV experts
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Out in Toronto: Nov 17–23, 2016
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Out in Ottawa: Nov 16–30, 2016
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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...
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...

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