The Liberal government formally apologized in the House of Commons to gay, lesbian and transgender Canadians for discrimination over the decades, often at the hands of federal agencies.
rabble's bloggers try to make sense of the Orlando nightclub shooting.
From concerns for students' safety to teachers' support of LGBTQ-inclusive education, the national Every Teacher Project is shedding light on a number of key issues in our schools.
An apology is required. A new book by Gary Kinsman sheds light on a dark chapter in Canada's history, as those persecuted begin to demand redress for decades of surveillance and harassment.
When Ariel Troster critiqued the choice of Laureen Harper as the ambassador for the Day of Pink, she received a flurry of responses including 'Isn't Laureen more than her husband's politics?'
In communities across Canada and around the world people wear pink to call for an end to bullying in all its forms, especially bullying targeting members of the LGBTTI community.
The 31st anniversary of Xtra will be the last time it publishes on paper. The iconic gay and lesbian publisher is going digital-only, with jobs lost in the process.
Canada remains a progressive leader with respect to same-sex marriage laws. However, in the area of gender identity, there is still much work to be done.
Fun-loving Vancouver dodgeball fans and community builders alike, come out to play! If you haven't heard of the Double Rainbow Dodgeball league, read on.