At about halfway, marchers took part in a die-in by laying on the concrete to symbolize the violence done to queer women’s bodies.
“I'm marching today because I finally have the freedom to be the person I always wanted to be"
The Night March is the annual reminder that Pride is political.
What does reconciliation and decolonization mean for people living with HIV and AIDS?
"We’re going there to cause some shit. The lefties are going to lose their shit."
With the meeting at capacity, activists and parents staged a protest in the hall calling for uniformed police officers out of Toronto schools.
More hot takes in today's Sun, the resident right-wing gay Jewish muckraker goes to pot.
Since going public about discrimination, the couple have been bombarded by transphobic abuse.
Small but mighty: community Pride events send a powerful message of acceptance and inclusivity.
To live in a modern city is to live in a state of near-constant surveillance, unequally applied across vectors of race and class.
“We're dealing with a lot of equal rights issues in Toronto, and there is still work that needs to be done, but we are in a better position than a lot of people around the world”
“We have an obligation to fight fascism in Israel, just as we have an obligation to fight fascism here”
In this week's edition, lots of Pride-affliated programming, with comedy, music, Nuit Rose, and the first official parade; plus, Luminato, Hooded Fang, Peaches, The Taste of Little Italy Festival, and more.
Renting in Toronto is extremely challenging right now. That's especially true for anyone looking for affordable housing that's also accessible.
With more people priced out of the real estate market, some young people are calling for more housing options.
Subsidized housing and social assistance aren't enough to get by in Toronto for many people.
The Toronto Purchase was supposed to be a rental, but the Mississaugas were still forced off the land.
If we build a new rail line in southern Ontario, it won't pay for itself.