|Parade and Dyke March Applications
The Dyke March is a grassroots event, where members of the women’s and trans’ LGBTTIQQ2SA communities take over the streets of Toronto.
At the heart of every great Pride Parade is a great story about the LGBTTIQQ2SA community. This year, the Pride Parade is going to be bigger, better, and prouder than ever!
For 2010, Pride Toronto will carry the torch and tradition of the 2009 first ever Trans March down Church Street!This is YOUR chance to gather a group together and show your Pride.
Market Place & Community Fair – Early Bird discount until 16 AprilOne of Pride Week’s favourite sites, the Marketplace allows vendors small and large the opportunity to exhibit their wares to our community.
With the masses of Pride Week revellers passing by their booths, the Community Fair provides activists and advocacy groups a public forum to explain their role in our community and the opportunity to advocate for their causes.
Community Outreach: ProudFM needs your help!
The Pride of Toronto, 103.9 PROUD FM, has submitted an application to the CRTC for a power increase.
If approved, this change will help us better serve YOU, the listener and the LGBT community in downtown Toronto.
You can help by filling-out the form. Your comments will be sent to the CRTC.
Anti-gay Rights U.S. Senator Roy Ashburn Comes Out
California State Senator Roy Ashburn shocked listeners of a California radio show earlier this month when he announced he is gay.
Ashburn has long voted against gay legislation.
Same-sex Couples Wed Legally in Mexico City
Mexico City was host to its first lesbian wedding on March 11.
Five other same-sex couples were married there the previous week, as the city became the one of the first Latin American cities to legalize gay marriage.
Pride Volunteer Receives Prestigious AwardPride Toronto’s human rights coordinator, Frank Folino, has won a volunteer award from Festivals and Events Ontario (FEO) for his tireless efforts in promoting the organization.
Out & About with Pride Toronto
South by Southwest (SXSW) is one of the largest music, film and interactive gatherings in North America. Mary Zondanos, Pride Toronto’s Arts & Entertainment Program Manager, was in Austin, Texas last week to check out the hottest new acts, and up-and-coming new star sensations, with the hopes of finding a hidden gem to bring back home for this year’s Pride Week festivities.
Check out some of her photos or check out some of the updated videos on Pride Toronto’s YouTube Channel.