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What began in Toronto in 2011 has now grown an international movement against sexual violence and victim blaming.
At a recent town hall, a concerned crowd told that there's no new information into the search for the vanishing men from the Village.
Toronto Police have established a new task force to investigate a link into the cases. Meanwhile, a town hall meeting is planned for Tuesday at The 519 on Church Street.
But the real question is why didn't the Dyke Marchers make the homophobic pastor feel more included and welcomed?
The Night March is the annual reminder that Pride is political.
With the meeting at capacity, activists and parents staged a protest in the hall calling for uniformed police officers out of Toronto schools.
The Toronto police union is calling on Mayor John Tory and councillors to pull the $260,000 grant given to Pride.
A free screening The Skin We're In, followed by a Q&A, is tonight hosted by the Regent Park Film Festival.
Some councillors previously tried to punish Pride for not censoring Queers Against Israeli Apartheid.
Cycling safety needs to be a higher priority for Ontario's Ministry of Transportation.
For many local queer people, the arrests in Marie Curtis Park felt like 1981 all over again.
Two events at Myseum's Intersections festival, which runs to the end of March, are highlighting queer history in Toronto.
Toronto Police are knowingly enforcing laws that are racist, classist, and directly target marginalized communities.
Sounds like a dig at Black Lives Matter Toronto
Police officers tried to stop the witness filming the arrest.
The paper's manhunt for the "loon ball" beer-can thrower at Tuesday's Jays game takes an unexpected twist.
The organization's town hall served as a venue for frustrated community members to speak their minds.
Follow along as we report live from the meeting.