Posts Filed Under: “Pride Toronto”
Bill Whatcott marched in July's Pride Parade and handed out anti-gay literature, according to the lawsuit.
Highlighting coffee socials misses the larger context when it comes to LGBTQ and TPS community relations.
Will the complaint against Black Lives Matter Toronto go anywhere?
The group reminded the public of Pride's political roots.
It's up to allies to tell Pride Toronto how they really feel about police presence.
In Front Page Challenge, Torontoist analyzes the best and worst of Toronto’s major dailies.
Reflecting on Pride's beginnings and its evolution.
For visibility, support, belonging, and more.
Why these Torontonians are attending and remembering.
Our mayor has called for Pride to be less political. I am calling for the opposite.
Pride newbies, we've got you covered.
Forget the politics, says the mayor.
Safety, straight people, and capitalism are keeping these locals from marching.
More safe spaces, better education, and media representation among top priorities.
How some inspirational community members are making Toronto a better place.
Pride began as a political march—and it remains just as political today for this Toronto woman.
Mathieu Chantelois is Pride Toronto's executive director, an ex-reality TV star—and a queen bee.
The festival is an opportunity to both recognize and set aside differences.