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Move over men’s figure skating. Step aside ice dancing. The Canadian Institute of Diversity and Inclusion (CIDI) has dubbed the two-man luge as the single most gay event in the Winter Olympic Games. No if’s, ands, or butts.
Vancouver, Montreal and a number of other Canadian cities announced plans to fly the rainbow flag during the Sochi Winter Olympics in order to show support for Russia’s LGBT community.
Canada’s highest court struck down the country’s anti-prostitution laws in their entirety Friday, including against keeping a brothel.
A Manitoba store came under fire after selling "Gay Away," a novelty candy pill purported to "cure gayness."
Vancouver, Canada, councilor Tim Stevenson, who is openly gay, announced on Wednesday that he will go to the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, despite the country’s anti-gay laws.
In what is a running Olympic tradition, Pride House Toronto has come forward to host a welcoming space for LGBT athletes during the Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, this February.
Toronto is carrying on an Olympic tradition that had its beginnings in Vancouver, but has been outlawed for the Winter Games in Sochi.
A gay man from Canada has been paralyzed after being attacked in an alleged hate crime on Oct. 12.
A straight Canadian man says he was physically attacked for the second time for "looking gay."
Canadian speed skater Anastasia Bucsis: "I’m so proud to be gay."