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Images from 2010

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  1. Jan 20, 2010 – Liberal Glen Murray (foreground) tells Conservative Pamela Taylor (background) that she is no Kathleen Wynne. It happened at an all-candidates debate at the 519 Church Street Community Centre. Murray went on to prevail in the election. Taylor went on to out John Baird on CBC radio.
     
  2. May 24, 2010 – Pride Toronto announces a ban on the phrase “Israeli apartheid.” Genevieve D’Iorio (left) and Mark Singh.

  3. May 24, 2010 – Pride Toronto announces a ban on the phrase “Israeli apartheid.”
     
  4. May 24, 2010 – Pride Toronto announces a ban on the phrase “Israeli apartheid.”

  5. June 6, 2010A community meeting at the 519 Church Street Community Centre in reaction to Pride Toronto’s ban on the phrase “Israeli apartheid.”

  6. June 6, 2010 – A crowd of Pride Toronto grand marshals, honoured dykes and award winners marches on the Pride Toronto offices to return their awards in protest of PT’s censorship of “Israeli apartheid.”
     
  7. June 23, 2010 – Mandy Goodhandy and Todd Klinck step in as grand marshals of Toronto Pride 2010. Photographed at Goodhandy’s.

  8. June 27, 2010 – At the city hall Pride Week flag-raising event, Kyle Rae chokes up. It’s his last Pride as councillor after 19 years in Ward 27.

  9. July 3, 2010 Toronto Pride.

  10. Aug 14, 2010 Church St Fetish Fair.

  11. June 29, 2010 – After the protest against police at The 519.

  12. June 28, 2010Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair enters The 519 after tipping his hat to a crowd of angry gay people. It happened just days after the G20 weekend.

  13. Oct 6, 2010Hundreds march from Church and Wellesley to Queen’s Park for a vigil against homophobic violence.

  14. Oct 6, 2010Hundreds march from Church and Wellesley to Queen’s Park for a vigil against homophobic violence.

  15. Oct 6, 2010Hundreds march from Church and Wellesley to Queen’s Park for a vigil against homophobic violence.

  16. Oct 25, 2010 – George Smitherman, with his son, concedes defeat in the Toronto mayoral race at the Guvernment Nightclub.

  17. Oct 25, 2010 – After a heated race for Toronto’s Ward 27, Kristyn Wong-Tam bests 14 rival candidates to win the election and succeed Kyle Rae as the ward’s new councillor.

  18. Nov 18, 2010 – Members of the Ontario Trans Human Rights Campaign remain resolute as Attorney General Chris Bentley dismisses their latest appeal to amend the Ontario Human Rights Code to include gender identity.

  19. Nov 20, 2010 – Trans Day of Remembrance march in Ottawa ends with two arrests for mischief after a banner reading “Remember Stonewall” is hung from the Queensway overpass at Elgin St. After the arrest, about 50 people stage an impromptu sit-in at Ottawa police headquarters.

  20. Dec 6, 2010 – Tensions rise at the third Pride Toronto Community Advisory Panel as Justine Apple (executive director of Kulanu Toronto – right) and Elle Flanders (a member of Queers Against Israeli Apartheid – left) hammer home each side of the ongoing and polarizing debate over QuAIA’s inclusion in Toronto’s Pride parade.

  21. Dec 9, 2010 – The first targeted Pride Toronto Community Advisory Panel brings trans issues to the table, producing a manifesto of ideas directed far beyond Pride Toronto.