Jane Kansas hosts this event, now in its 12th year, in which Halifamous queers read from famous queer books.
You are invited to join the Ryerson Students' Union, RyePRIDE, the Centre for Women and Trans People, and the Ryerson Community to celebrate Ryerson Pride Week 2012.
This year's Pride week Festivities run from June 25th-July 1st with the theme: Our Love is Resilient. For the full lineup of events, go to www.ryepride.ca
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Divers/Cité, la fête gaie de Montréal, est une manifestation artistique populaire, moderne et avant-gardiste. Reflect d'un coeur urbain en mouvement, le festival présente des spectacles publiques a l'écoute des nouvelles tendances et ouverts aux différences.
Divers/Cité's mission is to present an arts and music festival that illustrates and celebrates the values of diversity in a spirit of sharing, solidarity and openness with the world.
The Queer Arts Festival in Vancouver is an annual showcase of queer arts, culture and history. It celebrates the unique creative expressions of visual and performing artists who identify as part of the queer communities. QAF features a curated visual arts show, a community art show, and 3 dynamic weeks of cutting-edge performances and workshops from all artistic disciplines, including music, dance, theatre, literary and media arts.
Le comité organisateur de la Fête Arc-en-ciel de Québec est plus déterminé que jamais à présenter, du 30 août au 2 septembre 2012, un événement dont les festivaliers se souviendront longtemps.
S'il vous plaît voir http://glbtquebec.org/fete_aec.html pour plus de détails.
Pride Cape Breton is dedicated to the well-being and unity of Cape Breton Island's gay lesbian, bisexual and transgendered community, and to provide safe and welcoming environments within Cape Breton Island for the community to gather.
Please see http://www.pridecapebreton.com/ for more details about 2012's festival and parade.
For 11 days each August, the Vancouver Queer Film Festival brings the very best in queer independent cinema from around the world to Vancouver. As the city's second largest film festival, we privilege creative innovation and audience experience.
Each summer, this celebrated event brings people together to watch incredible films, talk to filmmakers and artists, engage in scintillating discussions, experience unexpected performances and paint the town pink!
See www.queerfilmfestival.ca for details.