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For the first time ever, Ontario's premier will march in the Toronto Pride parade.
Meet Grindr, author Jaime Woo writes that the gay hookup app doesn't get the respect it deserves.
Research shows that Toronto needs to become more accessible, supportive, and safe for LGBTQ youth.
Nominated for: making it his mission to combat homophobia.
Nominated for: standing up for athletes of all orientations.
Thursday night, more than 50 of Toronto's business leaders—including a city councillor and the police chief—slept on the street to help raise funds for the city's homeless youth.
Family launches social media campaign on anniversary of killing to draw further attention to case.
The Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives puts activism front and centre with exhibits "Pushing Buttons" and "The Pin Button Project."
Community leader paved way for trans acceptance and understanding.
Pride Toronto deserves its funding, whether or not QuAIA marches in the parade.
After a battle going back several years, Ontario students win the right to form GSAs, no matter what their school boards might think.
"I question, however, why provincial legislation should make [gay-straight alliances] normative in a Catholic school, which has its own different but effective methods for attaining the goal of addressing bullying..."
Rob Ford, defying all expectations, attended today's PFLAG flag-raising. And immediately the question became: do we applaud him for showing up or lament that our bar has been lowered so far?
Posters, video, ask the mayor to participate in Pride or "admit you are against us."
ACT creates a new support group to help men wanting to pull back on their drug use during sexual activities.
Twenty-five years ago, the Ontario Human Rights code was extended to provide protection based on sexual orientation.
Remember when talking to people was still a thing? On November 5, the TPL wants you to check out a book with a mind of its own.