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World Pride Toronto is hedging its bets on success when it joins forces with Pride Toronto on June 20-29 for what’s expected to be the largest Pride event in North America. Here’s an insider’s look plus recommendations for the ultimate Pride weekend.
After a whirlwind tour of Saskatchewan that started with a prolonged detention at the Canadian border and ended in a jail cell, anti-gay hate group leader Peter LaBarbera, is back on American soil looking for cash to pay his legal bills.
Pete LaBarbera and his Canadian knock-off version, Bill Whatcott were arrested Monday for refusing to leave the grounds of the University of Regina in Saskatchewan after distributing anti-gay and anti-abortion literature.
Wedding bells are ringing and you’re headed to Vancouver, which has enjoyed legal same-sex marriage since 2003. It’s among Canada’s most gay-proud cities, with an annual midsummer Pride festival drawing as many attendees as the entire citywide population.
The Canadian Football League fined two players Tuesday for making inappropriate comments about openly gay football player Michael Sam.
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.