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May, 29, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





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GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






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Landed: Together in Canada

Event Location: The RBC Emerging Artists Project Gallery in the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre 189 Yonge St., Toronto

Landed: Together in Canada is a multimedia installation by Toronto-based artist Sarah Foy. The installation tells stories of same-sex binational couples who immigrated to Canada because they could not live together in the United States. The project explores how these couples struggled to stay together, how they decided to immigrate to Canada, and how recent changes in U.S. law will (or will not) affect their plans for the future.






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YMCA “RISE UP and TAKE PRIDE” workshop

Event Location: Toronto Scarborough Town Centre YMCA Centre 230 Town Centre, Scarborough

90 minute workshop with activities and discussions that encourage participants to think critically about homophobia and heterosexism.
Delivered by T.E.A.C.H. (Teens Educating and Challenging Homophobia) team members.
All ages are welcome





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May, 30, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





Event Details
GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






Event Details
Landed: Together in Canada

Event Location: The RBC Emerging Artists Project Gallery in the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre 189 Yonge St., Toronto

Landed: Together in Canada is a multimedia installation by Toronto-based artist Sarah Foy. The installation tells stories of same-sex binational couples who immigrated to Canada because they could not live together in the United States. The project explores how these couples struggled to stay together, how they decided to immigrate to Canada, and how recent changes in U.S. law will (or will not) affect their plans for the future.






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INSPIRE Awards 2014

Event Location: Hart House, University of Toronto 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

Honouring the most inspiring people, youth, businesses and organizations in the LGBTQ community in the Greater Toronto Area.




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May, 31, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





Event Details
Landed: Together in Canada

Event Location: The RBC Emerging Artists Project Gallery in the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre 189 Yonge St., Toronto

Landed: Together in Canada is a multimedia installation by Toronto-based artist Sarah Foy. The installation tells stories of same-sex binational couples who immigrated to Canada because they could not live together in the United States. The project explores how these couples struggled to stay together, how they decided to immigrate to Canada, and how recent changes in U.S. law will (or will not) affect their plans for the future.






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GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






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QUEER BATHROOM STORIES

Event Location: Buddies in Bad Times Theatre 12 Alexander St, Toronto

QUEER BATHROOM STORIES (QBS) is verbatim theatre culled from 100 LGBTQ interviews from across North America. Much more than the secret sex life of bathrooms, QBS is a brutally honest display of gender politics in public washrooms, done with a refined sense of toilet humour! Written by York University professor, author and playwright Sheila Cavanagh, QBS, first an award-winning book, was the winner of the 2011 Toronto Fringe Festival Patron's Pick Award!




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June, 1, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





Event Details
GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






Event Details
QUEER BATHROOM STORIES

Event Location: Buddies in Bad Times Theatre 12 Alexander St, Toronto

QUEER BATHROOM STORIES (QBS) is verbatim theatre culled from 100 LGBTQ interviews from across North America. Much more than the secret sex life of bathrooms, QBS is a brutally honest display of gender politics in public washrooms, done with a refined sense of toilet humour! Written by York University professor, author and playwright Sheila Cavanagh, QBS, first an award-winning book, was the winner of the 2011 Toronto Fringe Festival Patron's Pick Award!




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June, 2, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





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June, 3, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





Event Details
GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






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YMCA “RISE UP and TAKE PRIDE” workshop

Event Location: Oshawa Mary St. YMCA Centre 99 Mary St N., Oshawa

90 minute workshop with activities and discussions that encourage participants to think critically about homophobia and heterosexism.
Delivered by T.E.A.C.H. (Teens Educating and Challenging Homophobia) team members.
All ages are welcome





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QUEER BATHROOM STORIES

Event Location: Buddies in Bad Times Theatre 12 Alexander St, Toronto

QUEER BATHROOM STORIES (QBS) is verbatim theatre culled from 100 LGBTQ interviews from across North America. Much more than the secret sex life of bathrooms, QBS is a brutally honest display of gender politics in public washrooms, done with a refined sense of toilet humour! Written by York University professor, author and playwright Sheila Cavanagh, QBS, first an award-winning book, was the winner of the 2011 Toronto Fringe Festival Patron's Pick Award!




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June, 4, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





Event Details
GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






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YMCA “RISE UP and TAKE PRIDE” workshop

Event Location: North York Dufferin Street YMCA Centre 4580 Dufferin Street, Suite 200, North York

90 minute workshop with activities and discussions that encourage participants to think critically about homophobia and heterosexism.
Delivered by T.E.A.C.H. (Teens Educating and Challenging Homophobia) team members.
All ages are welcome





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QUEER BATHROOM STORIES

Event Location: Buddies in Bad Times Theatre 12 Alexander St, Toronto

QUEER BATHROOM STORIES (QBS) is verbatim theatre culled from 100 LGBTQ interviews from across North America. Much more than the secret sex life of bathrooms, QBS is a brutally honest display of gender politics in public washrooms, done with a refined sense of toilet humour! Written by York University professor, author and playwright Sheila Cavanagh, QBS, first an award-winning book, was the winner of the 2011 Toronto Fringe Festival Patron's Pick Award!




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June, 5, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





Event Details
GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






Event Details
Landed: Together in Canada

Event Location: The RBC Emerging Artists Project Gallery in the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre 189 Yonge St., Toronto

Landed: Together in Canada is a multimedia installation by Toronto-based artist Sarah Foy. The installation tells stories of same-sex binational couples who immigrated to Canada because they could not live together in the United States. The project explores how these couples struggled to stay together, how they decided to immigrate to Canada, and how recent changes in U.S. law will (or will not) affect their plans for the future.






Event Details
QUEER BATHROOM STORIES

Event Location: Buddies in Bad Times Theatre 12 Alexander St, Toronto

QUEER BATHROOM STORIES (QBS) is verbatim theatre culled from 100 LGBTQ interviews from across North America. Much more than the secret sex life of bathrooms, QBS is a brutally honest display of gender politics in public washrooms, done with a refined sense of toilet humour! Written by York University professor, author and playwright Sheila Cavanagh, QBS, first an award-winning book, was the winner of the 2011 Toronto Fringe Festival Patron's Pick Award!




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June, 6, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





Event Details
GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






Event Details
Landed: Together in Canada

Event Location: The RBC Emerging Artists Project Gallery in the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre 189 Yonge St., Toronto

Landed: Together in Canada is a multimedia installation by Toronto-based artist Sarah Foy. The installation tells stories of same-sex binational couples who immigrated to Canada because they could not live together in the United States. The project explores how these couples struggled to stay together, how they decided to immigrate to Canada, and how recent changes in U.S. law will (or will not) affect their plans for the future.






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WorldPride Playlist

Event Location: Fly Nightclub 8 Gloucester Street, Toronto

A special sneak preview of WorldPride 2014 artists coming for you, with DJs: Blackcat, Recklezz and Sumation.

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QUEER BATHROOM STORIES

Event Location: Buddies in Bad Times Theatre 12 Alexander St, Toronto

QUEER BATHROOM STORIES (QBS) is verbatim theatre culled from 100 LGBTQ interviews from across North America. Much more than the secret sex life of bathrooms, QBS is a brutally honest display of gender politics in public washrooms, done with a refined sense of toilet humour! Written by York University professor, author and playwright Sheila Cavanagh, QBS, first an award-winning book, was the winner of the 2011 Toronto Fringe Festival Patron's Pick Award!




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June, 7, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





Event Details
Landed: Together in Canada

Event Location: The RBC Emerging Artists Project Gallery in the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre 189 Yonge St., Toronto

Landed: Together in Canada is a multimedia installation by Toronto-based artist Sarah Foy. The installation tells stories of same-sex binational couples who immigrated to Canada because they could not live together in the United States. The project explores how these couples struggled to stay together, how they decided to immigrate to Canada, and how recent changes in U.S. law will (or will not) affect their plans for the future.






Event Details
GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






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Riverside Eats & Beats StreetFEST

Event Location: Riverside BIA Queen St. E. between DVP and Empire Ave, Toronto

Annual Street Fest from the DVP to just past Degrassi Street along Queen Street East.

Sponsored by Nell & Natasha Homeward Realty, this annual Street Fest extends from the DVP to just past Degrassi Street along Queen Street East. Numerous event destination points with live music, and entertainment including: cooking demos, belly dancing workshops, instrument making, kid’s crafts, henna tattoos, food and art walking tours and of course some mouthwatering Riverside tasters.





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QUEER BATHROOM STORIES

Event Location: Buddies in Bad Times Theatre 12 Alexander St, Toronto

QUEER BATHROOM STORIES (QBS) is verbatim theatre culled from 100 LGBTQ interviews from across North America. Much more than the secret sex life of bathrooms, QBS is a brutally honest display of gender politics in public washrooms, done with a refined sense of toilet humour! Written by York University professor, author and playwright Sheila Cavanagh, QBS, first an award-winning book, was the winner of the 2011 Toronto Fringe Festival Patron's Pick Award!




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June, 8, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





Event Details
GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






Event Details
QUEER BATHROOM STORIES

Event Location: Buddies in Bad Times Theatre 12 Alexander St, Toronto

QUEER BATHROOM STORIES (QBS) is verbatim theatre culled from 100 LGBTQ interviews from across North America. Much more than the secret sex life of bathrooms, QBS is a brutally honest display of gender politics in public washrooms, done with a refined sense of toilet humour! Written by York University professor, author and playwright Sheila Cavanagh, QBS, first an award-winning book, was the winner of the 2011 Toronto Fringe Festival Patron's Pick Award!




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QueerStock

Event Location: Ajax Arena 75 Centennial Road, Ajax

Queer live music festival celebrating diversity in our community.

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June, 9, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





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June, 10, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





Event Details
GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






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YMCA “RISE UP and TAKE PRIDE” workshop

Event Location: Richmond Hill Bayview Avenue YMCA Centre (Employment) 10610 Bayview Avenue, Suite 12, Richmond Hill

90 minute workshop with activities and discussions that encourage participants to think critically about homophobia and heterosexism.
Delivered by T.E.A.C.H. (Teens Educating and Challenging Homophobia) team members.
All ages are welcome





Event Details
QUEER BATHROOM STORIES

Event Location: Buddies in Bad Times Theatre 12 Alexander St, Toronto

QUEER BATHROOM STORIES (QBS) is verbatim theatre culled from 100 LGBTQ interviews from across North America. Much more than the secret sex life of bathrooms, QBS is a brutally honest display of gender politics in public washrooms, done with a refined sense of toilet humour! Written by York University professor, author and playwright Sheila Cavanagh, QBS, first an award-winning book, was the winner of the 2011 Toronto Fringe Festival Patron's Pick Award!




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June, 11, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





Event Details
GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






Event Details
QUEER BATHROOM STORIES

Event Location: Buddies in Bad Times Theatre 12 Alexander St, Toronto

QUEER BATHROOM STORIES (QBS) is verbatim theatre culled from 100 LGBTQ interviews from across North America. Much more than the secret sex life of bathrooms, QBS is a brutally honest display of gender politics in public washrooms, done with a refined sense of toilet humour! Written by York University professor, author and playwright Sheila Cavanagh, QBS, first an award-winning book, was the winner of the 2011 Toronto Fringe Festival Patron's Pick Award!




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June, 12, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





Event Details
GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






Event Details
Landed: Together in Canada

Event Location: The RBC Emerging Artists Project Gallery in the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre 189 Yonge St., Toronto

Landed: Together in Canada is a multimedia installation by Toronto-based artist Sarah Foy. The installation tells stories of same-sex binational couples who immigrated to Canada because they could not live together in the United States. The project explores how these couples struggled to stay together, how they decided to immigrate to Canada, and how recent changes in U.S. law will (or will not) affect their plans for the future.






Event Details
QUEER BATHROOM STORIES

Event Location: Buddies in Bad Times Theatre 12 Alexander St, Toronto

QUEER BATHROOM STORIES (QBS) is verbatim theatre culled from 100 LGBTQ interviews from across North America. Much more than the secret sex life of bathrooms, QBS is a brutally honest display of gender politics in public washrooms, done with a refined sense of toilet humour! Written by York University professor, author and playwright Sheila Cavanagh, QBS, first an award-winning book, was the winner of the 2011 Toronto Fringe Festival Patron's Pick Award!




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June, 13, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





Event Details
GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






Event Details
Landed: Together in Canada

Event Location: The RBC Emerging Artists Project Gallery in the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre 189 Yonge St., Toronto

Landed: Together in Canada is a multimedia installation by Toronto-based artist Sarah Foy. The installation tells stories of same-sex binational couples who immigrated to Canada because they could not live together in the United States. The project explores how these couples struggled to stay together, how they decided to immigrate to Canada, and how recent changes in U.S. law will (or will not) affect their plans for the future.






Event Details
QUEER BATHROOM STORIES

Event Location: Buddies in Bad Times Theatre 12 Alexander St, Toronto

QUEER BATHROOM STORIES (QBS) is verbatim theatre culled from 100 LGBTQ interviews from across North America. Much more than the secret sex life of bathrooms, QBS is a brutally honest display of gender politics in public washrooms, done with a refined sense of toilet humour! Written by York University professor, author and playwright Sheila Cavanagh, QBS, first an award-winning book, was the winner of the 2011 Toronto Fringe Festival Patron's Pick Award!




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Libido: Dyke March Fundraiser

Event Location: The Gladstone Hotel - Ballroom 1214 Queen St West, Toronto

A night of sparkling queer art, music and performance presented by the Dyke March team.

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June, 14, 2014
Met Con Blue Adventure Race

Event Location: Blue Mountain Village 108 Jozo Weider Blvd., Blue Mountain

Met Con Blue Mountain Adventure Race is the most insane 5km mountain obstacle/adventure race on the planet! Are you ready for 15 grueling obstacles, 1400 punishing feet of incline, rocky creeks, hills, mud, ice pools, fire, smoke, aliens and Bigfoot?






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CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





Event Details
Landed: Together in Canada

Event Location: The RBC Emerging Artists Project Gallery in the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre 189 Yonge St., Toronto

Landed: Together in Canada is a multimedia installation by Toronto-based artist Sarah Foy. The installation tells stories of same-sex binational couples who immigrated to Canada because they could not live together in the United States. The project explores how these couples struggled to stay together, how they decided to immigrate to Canada, and how recent changes in U.S. law will (or will not) affect their plans for the future.






Event Details
GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






Event Details
QUEER BATHROOM STORIES

Event Location: Buddies in Bad Times Theatre 12 Alexander St, Toronto

QUEER BATHROOM STORIES (QBS) is verbatim theatre culled from 100 LGBTQ interviews from across North America. Much more than the secret sex life of bathrooms, QBS is a brutally honest display of gender politics in public washrooms, done with a refined sense of toilet humour! Written by York University professor, author and playwright Sheila Cavanagh, QBS, first an award-winning book, was the winner of the 2011 Toronto Fringe Festival Patron's Pick Award!




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June, 15, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





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GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






Event Details
QUEER BATHROOM STORIES

Event Location: Buddies in Bad Times Theatre 12 Alexander St, Toronto

QUEER BATHROOM STORIES (QBS) is verbatim theatre culled from 100 LGBTQ interviews from across North America. Much more than the secret sex life of bathrooms, QBS is a brutally honest display of gender politics in public washrooms, done with a refined sense of toilet humour! Written by York University professor, author and playwright Sheila Cavanagh, QBS, first an award-winning book, was the winner of the 2011 Toronto Fringe Festival Patron's Pick Award!




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June, 16, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





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June, 17, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





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GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






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YMCA “RISE UP and TAKE PRIDE” workshop

Event Location: Toronto West End College St. YMCA Centre 931 College St, Toronto

90 minute workshop with activities and discussions that encourage participants to think critically about homophobia and heterosexism.
Delivered by T.E.A.C.H. (Teens Educating and Challenging Homophobia) team members.
All ages are welcome





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June, 18, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





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WHAT IT MEANS TO BE SEEN PHOTOGRAPHY AND QUEER VISIBILITY

Event Location: Ryerson Image Centre - Main Gallery 33 Gould Street, Toronto

Guest Curated by Sophie Hackett

This exhibition takes a closer look at rich photographic records, and the ways photographs have served to bring to light a sense of collective characteristics, experiences and ambitions for queer communities.

Featuring a broad range of materials from the Black Star Collection at Ryerson University, the Canadian Lesbian + Gay Archives (Toronto), and other prominent collections in the United States and Europe, this range of photographs argues for the continued validity — necessity, even — of making queer people visible, collectively and individually.






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GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






Event Details
Ross Watson Exhibition

Event Location: IX Gallery 11 Davies Avenue #101, Toronto

This exceptional solo exhibition is the first in Canada for the celebrated Australian artist, who loves and knows Toronto well, and whose art has been included in the Toronto International Art Fair. "I'm excited to see friends and collectors of my art again in Toronto, which has many great things in common with Melbourne - art, cuisine and multi-culturalism."






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The Sex Offensive

Event Location: Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts 984 Queen Street West, Toronto

A juried international open call art exhibit celebrating the accomplishments of the LGBTQ communities across the world and addressing the challenges that remain.







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Pink Latino Diversity Film Festival

Event Location: Carlton Cinema 20 Carlton St, Toronto

A film festival dedicated to Latin-American LGBT films.





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June, 19, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





Event Details
WHAT IT MEANS TO BE SEEN PHOTOGRAPHY AND QUEER VISIBILITY

Event Location: Ryerson Image Centre - Main Gallery 33 Gould Street, Toronto

Guest Curated by Sophie Hackett

This exhibition takes a closer look at rich photographic records, and the ways photographs have served to bring to light a sense of collective characteristics, experiences and ambitions for queer communities.

Featuring a broad range of materials from the Black Star Collection at Ryerson University, the Canadian Lesbian + Gay Archives (Toronto), and other prominent collections in the United States and Europe, this range of photographs argues for the continued validity — necessity, even — of making queer people visible, collectively and individually.






Event Details
GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






Event Details
Ross Watson Exhibition

Event Location: IX Gallery 11 Davies Avenue #101, Toronto

This exceptional solo exhibition is the first in Canada for the celebrated Australian artist, who loves and knows Toronto well, and whose art has been included in the Toronto International Art Fair. "I'm excited to see friends and collectors of my art again in Toronto, which has many great things in common with Melbourne - art, cuisine and multi-culturalism."






Event Details
Landed: Together in Canada

Event Location: The RBC Emerging Artists Project Gallery in the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre 189 Yonge St., Toronto

Landed: Together in Canada is a multimedia installation by Toronto-based artist Sarah Foy. The installation tells stories of same-sex binational couples who immigrated to Canada because they could not live together in the United States. The project explores how these couples struggled to stay together, how they decided to immigrate to Canada, and how recent changes in U.S. law will (or will not) affect their plans for the future.






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A Chorus Queen

Event Location: Hart House, University of Toronto 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

Some of Toronto's top drag queens perform in a musical theatre spectacular production entertaining WorldPride guests; whilst fundraising and donating proceeds to the Toronto People With AIDS Foundation.

The show follows three friends in their quest for stardom. The trials and tribulations of each lovely lady making it to her dream role on a stage are portrayed through glitz and glamour costuming and dazzling choreography to well known broadway/west-end music. A comedic show combining acting and dance through a drag perspective.




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June, 20, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





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Salsa at Blue

Event Location: Blue Mountain Village 108 Jozo Weider Blvd., Blue Mountain

The FREE family street party will transform the Village into a showcase of Latin Life with pulsating music, passionate dancing and lessons, fiery foods, kids soccer entertainment, sizzling night life & FIREWORKS!







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WHAT IT MEANS TO BE SEEN PHOTOGRAPHY AND QUEER VISIBILITY

Event Location: Ryerson Image Centre - Main Gallery 33 Gould Street, Toronto

Guest Curated by Sophie Hackett

This exhibition takes a closer look at rich photographic records, and the ways photographs have served to bring to light a sense of collective characteristics, experiences and ambitions for queer communities.

Featuring a broad range of materials from the Black Star Collection at Ryerson University, the Canadian Lesbian + Gay Archives (Toronto), and other prominent collections in the United States and Europe, this range of photographs argues for the continued validity — necessity, even — of making queer people visible, collectively and individually.






Event Details
GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






Event Details
Ross Watson Exhibition

Event Location: IX Gallery 11 Davies Avenue #101, Toronto

This exceptional solo exhibition is the first in Canada for the celebrated Australian artist, who loves and knows Toronto well, and whose art has been included in the Toronto International Art Fair. "I'm excited to see friends and collectors of my art again in Toronto, which has many great things in common with Melbourne - art, cuisine and multi-culturalism."






Event Details
Landed: Together in Canada

Event Location: The RBC Emerging Artists Project Gallery in the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre 189 Yonge St., Toronto

Landed: Together in Canada is a multimedia installation by Toronto-based artist Sarah Foy. The installation tells stories of same-sex binational couples who immigrated to Canada because they could not live together in the United States. The project explores how these couples struggled to stay together, how they decided to immigrate to Canada, and how recent changes in U.S. law will (or will not) affect their plans for the future.






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Proof 21 - Opening Reception

Event Location: Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography 401 Richmond St. West Unit #120, Toronto

Exhibition runs JUNE 20, 2014 - JULY 26, 2014

Proof is Gallery 44’s annual exhibition of photo-based work by Canadian emerging artists reflecting a range of current concerns and practices in contemporary photography from across the country. Proof 21 is taking on a thematic focus for the first time. In keeping with WorldPride 2014 Toronto’s mission, Proof 21 provides a platform for highlighting human rights issues and activism, while exploring identity, gender and sexual politics and constructs and the politics of representation.







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WorldPride 2014 Toronto Opening Ceremony

Event Location: Nathan Phillips Square 100 Queen Street West, Toronto

The fabulous WorldPride 2014 Toronto Opening Ceremony includes: the Declaration of Pride Week by City Officials; performances by Melissa Etheridge, Deborah Cox and Steve Grand; an amazing fireworks display and more! Hosted by the always effervescent Deb Pearce alongside special guest hosts.

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A Chorus Queen

Event Location: Hart House, University of Toronto 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

Some of Toronto's top drag queens perform in a musical theatre spectacular production entertaining WorldPride guests; whilst fundraising and donating proceeds to the Toronto People With AIDS Foundation.

The show follows three friends in their quest for stardom. The trials and tribulations of each lovely lady making it to her dream role on a stage are portrayed through glitz and glamour costuming and dazzling choreography to well known broadway/west-end music. A comedic show combining acting and dance through a drag perspective.




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June, 21, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





Event Details
Ross Watson Exhibition

Event Location: IX Gallery 11 Davies Avenue #101, Toronto

This exceptional solo exhibition is the first in Canada for the celebrated Australian artist, who loves and knows Toronto well, and whose art has been included in the Toronto International Art Fair. "I'm excited to see friends and collectors of my art again in Toronto, which has many great things in common with Melbourne - art, cuisine and multi-culturalism."






Event Details
WHAT IT MEANS TO BE SEEN PHOTOGRAPHY AND QUEER VISIBILITY

Event Location: Ryerson Image Centre - Main Gallery 33 Gould Street, Toronto

Guest Curated by Sophie Hackett

This exhibition takes a closer look at rich photographic records, and the ways photographs have served to bring to light a sense of collective characteristics, experiences and ambitions for queer communities.

Featuring a broad range of materials from the Black Star Collection at Ryerson University, the Canadian Lesbian + Gay Archives (Toronto), and other prominent collections in the United States and Europe, this range of photographs argues for the continued validity — necessity, even — of making queer people visible, collectively and individually.






Event Details
GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






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The Junction Summer Solstice Festival

Event Location: The Junction BIA Along Dundas West at Keele Street, Toronto

The first festival of the Summer Season, celebrating the longest day of the year!!!

You can learn all about the Junction by enjoying a full day of activities & events showcasing the best Junction has to offer. With fantastic summer themed entertainment, sunny energy and a shopping experience like no other in the City.




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Afternoon Tea and Exclusive Tour of the King Edward Hotel

Event Location: Omni King Edward Hotel 37 King Street East, Tornoto

Join us on June 21st for a tour of the Majestic and regal, the Omni King Edward Hotel in Old Town Toronto.

This hotel has a long history as being a haven for gay men to meet and mingle. When the hotel opened in 1903, gay men would discreetly meet in the hotel lobby, making careful contact since being gay was illegal and convicted homosexuals would face lengthy prison terms (ironically it wasn’t illegal to be a Lesbian however). In 1998 as more enlightened human rights replaced antiquated Victorian laws, the first official same-sex couple commitment ceremony was held at the King Edward Hotel, five years before same-sex marriage became legal in Ontario and seven years before it was legal in all of Canada




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Landed: Together in Canada

Event Location: The RBC Emerging Artists Project Gallery in the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre 189 Yonge St., Toronto

Landed: Together in Canada is a multimedia installation by Toronto-based artist Sarah Foy. The installation tells stories of same-sex binational couples who immigrated to Canada because they could not live together in the United States. The project explores how these couples struggled to stay together, how they decided to immigrate to Canada, and how recent changes in U.S. law will (or will not) affect their plans for the future.






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A Chorus Queen

Event Location: Hart House, University of Toronto 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

Some of Toronto's top drag queens perform in a musical theatre spectacular production entertaining WorldPride guests; whilst fundraising and donating proceeds to the Toronto People With AIDS Foundation.

The show follows three friends in their quest for stardom. The trials and tribulations of each lovely lady making it to her dream role on a stage are portrayed through glitz and glamour costuming and dazzling choreography to well known broadway/west-end music. A comedic show combining acting and dance through a drag perspective.




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THE INTERFAITH FAIR

Event Location: Metroplitan United Church 56 Queen St E., Toronto

“RISE UP---ALL OF US---WITH THE RAINBOW RAILROAD”

Come celebrate being a queer person of faith with congregations and organizations from GTA's diverse faith-based communities, including Kulanu Toronto and Shir Libeynu, Ismaili Queers, The Toronto Unity Mosque, The United Church of Canada, Two Spirited Peoples, Salaam Unity Mosque, Unitarian, Sunset Service and many, many more.

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EMYS Pride BBQ

Event Location: East Metro Youth Services 184 Galloway Rd, Scarborough

EMYS 2nd annual Community Pride BBQ aims to celebrate the diversity and resilience of youth within the Scarborough community, while raining awareness of issues related to the LGBTQ community.








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Proud Men Exposed Naked Dance

Event Location: Club 120 120 Church St., Toronto

Nudist Social and Dance for Men

*free clothing check with admission

Please note: This is NOT a clothing optional event.
www.tntmen.org




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Sunset Service - One Song Many Notes

Event Location: Metroplitan United Church 56 Queen St E., Toronto

Sunset Service is an inclusive, inter-spiritual community gathering for all people with emphasis on communities of colour, that honours the multiplicity of our spiritual traditions, genders, ethnic backgrounds and sexual orientations; as well as that of our friends, family and allies.

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Nuit Rose

A queer contemporary art event celebrating WorldPride 2014 Toronto.

See more at: http://nuitrose.wordpress.com/

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True North

Event Location: The 519 Church Street Community Centre 519 Church St, Toronto

Forte - The Toronto Men's Chorus is proud to present "True North" our tribute to Canada as Toronto hosts WorldPride 2014! Join us for a concert that will bring out your "True Patriot Love".




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Pride of Bloor-Yorkville

Event Location: Village of Yorkville Park Cumberland Street, Toronto

The Bloor-Yorkville BIA will celebrate the WorldPride 2014 Toronto Festival with an open-air concert featuring headliner Mia Martina performing in support of Fife House, the innovative provider of secure, affordable housing and services to people living with HIV/AIDS in the Greater Toronto Area.





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A Chorus Queen

Event Location: Hart House, University of Toronto 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

Some of Toronto's top drag queens perform in a musical theatre spectacular production entertaining WorldPride guests; whilst fundraising and donating proceeds to the Toronto People With AIDS Foundation.

The show follows three friends in their quest for stardom. The trials and tribulations of each lovely lady making it to her dream role on a stage are portrayed through glitz and glamour costuming and dazzling choreography to well known broadway/west-end music. A comedic show combining acting and dance through a drag perspective.




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Pyjama Porn Party

Event Location: Come As You Are 493 Queen St W, Toronto

View hot LGTBQTT films. Debate the pros and cons of the adult industry. Throw popcorn at the screen. Have a rowdy time with other sex nerds.

BYO pyjamas, blankets and pillows for snuggly good times.







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June, 22, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





Event Details
Ross Watson Exhibition

Event Location: IX Gallery 11 Davies Avenue #101, Toronto

This exceptional solo exhibition is the first in Canada for the celebrated Australian artist, who loves and knows Toronto well, and whose art has been included in the Toronto International Art Fair. "I'm excited to see friends and collectors of my art again in Toronto, which has many great things in common with Melbourne - art, cuisine and multi-culturalism."






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Rainbow Bridges Festival

Event Location: Ward's Island, The Parsonage Building 60 Lakeshore Avenue, Toronto

The Rainbow Bridges Festival is an intergenerational gathering of LGBTQ people on Ward's Island.

Our aim is to increase the sharing and understanding across generations in the LGBTQ community. Building a bridge to connect older LGBTQ adults to LGBTQ youth.






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WHAT IT MEANS TO BE SEEN PHOTOGRAPHY AND QUEER VISIBILITY

Event Location: Ryerson Image Centre - Main Gallery 33 Gould Street, Toronto

Guest Curated by Sophie Hackett

This exhibition takes a closer look at rich photographic records, and the ways photographs have served to bring to light a sense of collective characteristics, experiences and ambitions for queer communities.

Featuring a broad range of materials from the Black Star Collection at Ryerson University, the Canadian Lesbian + Gay Archives (Toronto), and other prominent collections in the United States and Europe, this range of photographs argues for the continued validity — necessity, even — of making queer people visible, collectively and individually.






Event Details
GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






Event Details
Landed: Together in Canada

Event Location: The RBC Emerging Artists Project Gallery in the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre 189 Yonge St., Toronto

Landed: Together in Canada is a multimedia installation by Toronto-based artist Sarah Foy. The installation tells stories of same-sex binational couples who immigrated to Canada because they could not live together in the United States. The project explores how these couples struggled to stay together, how they decided to immigrate to Canada, and how recent changes in U.S. law will (or will not) affect their plans for the future.






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York Region Pride Parade

Event Location: Yonge Street - Richmond Hill Parade Yonge Street & Crosby Road, Richmond Hill

York Region's second annual Pride Parade will be staged on Yonge Street in Richmond Hill at the conclusion of the region's annual Pride Week Festival (June 14-22).





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Women Writing Letters: A Letter to My Queer Family

Event Location: Nexus Lounge - Ontario Institute for Studies in Education 252 Bloor Street West, Toronto

Join us as Gailey Road's Women Writing Letters celebrates World Pride 2014. Six Toronto artists will write and read a letter on the theme "A Letter to My Queer Family". The readings will be followed questions from the audience, door-prizes, cake and socializing. Admission to the event is $10.00. Confirmed letters writers include Katie Cook, Farzana Doctor, Mary Ellen MacLean, Karleen Pendleton Jimenez, , Brian Rigg, and Suzanne Robertson.




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Sapphic Aquatica

Event Location: Oasis Aqua Lounge 231 Mutual St, Toronto

Sapphic Aquatica is a monthly event exclusively for women/trans-identified people which is held at Oasis Aqualounge. On the last Sunday of every month, guests can enjoy the club's spa facilities and various play rooms at this up-scale sex club, located in the heart of downtown Toronto.

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June, 23, 2014
Opening the Door on Aging: Wired to Connect ... a conference on intergenerational LGBTQ connectiveness

Event Location: The 519 Church Street Community Centre 519 Church St, Toronto

This conference is a unique opportunity for community members and professionals to create space for older and younger LGBTQ people. It will be a chance to share knowledge and skills, as well as build intergenerational social networks and connections.




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CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





Event Details
Ross Watson Exhibition

Event Location: IX Gallery 11 Davies Avenue #101, Toronto

This exceptional solo exhibition is the first in Canada for the celebrated Australian artist, who loves and knows Toronto well, and whose art has been included in the Toronto International Art Fair. "I'm excited to see friends and collectors of my art again in Toronto, which has many great things in common with Melbourne - art, cuisine and multi-culturalism."






Event Details
Landed: Together in Canada

Event Location: The RBC Emerging Artists Project Gallery in the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre 189 Yonge St., Toronto

Landed: Together in Canada is a multimedia installation by Toronto-based artist Sarah Foy. The installation tells stories of same-sex binational couples who immigrated to Canada because they could not live together in the United States. The project explores how these couples struggled to stay together, how they decided to immigrate to Canada, and how recent changes in U.S. law will (or will not) affect their plans for the future.






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ACT-UP Oral History Project: In conversation with Tim McCaskell & Sarah Schulman

Event Location: The Gladstone Hotel (Ballroom) 1214 Queen Street West, Toronto

An onstage conversation about the roots and legacy of the ACT UP movement in Toronto between activist Tim McCaskell and author/activist Sarah Schulman.

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A Chorus Queen

Event Location: Hart House, University of Toronto 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

Some of Toronto's top drag queens perform in a musical theatre spectacular production entertaining WorldPride guests; whilst fundraising and donating proceeds to the Toronto People With AIDS Foundation.

The show follows three friends in their quest for stardom. The trials and tribulations of each lovely lady making it to her dream role on a stage are portrayed through glitz and glamour costuming and dazzling choreography to well known broadway/west-end music. A comedic show combining acting and dance through a drag perspective.




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June, 24, 2014
CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





Event Details
WHAT IT MEANS TO BE SEEN PHOTOGRAPHY AND QUEER VISIBILITY

Event Location: Ryerson Image Centre - Main Gallery 33 Gould Street, Toronto

Guest Curated by Sophie Hackett

This exhibition takes a closer look at rich photographic records, and the ways photographs have served to bring to light a sense of collective characteristics, experiences and ambitions for queer communities.

Featuring a broad range of materials from the Black Star Collection at Ryerson University, the Canadian Lesbian + Gay Archives (Toronto), and other prominent collections in the United States and Europe, this range of photographs argues for the continued validity — necessity, even — of making queer people visible, collectively and individually.






Event Details
GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






Event Details
Ross Watson Exhibition

Event Location: IX Gallery 11 Davies Avenue #101, Toronto

This exceptional solo exhibition is the first in Canada for the celebrated Australian artist, who loves and knows Toronto well, and whose art has been included in the Toronto International Art Fair. "I'm excited to see friends and collectors of my art again in Toronto, which has many great things in common with Melbourne - art, cuisine and multi-culturalism."






Event Details
Landed: Together in Canada

Event Location: The RBC Emerging Artists Project Gallery in the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre 189 Yonge St., Toronto

Landed: Together in Canada is a multimedia installation by Toronto-based artist Sarah Foy. The installation tells stories of same-sex binational couples who immigrated to Canada because they could not live together in the United States. The project explores how these couples struggled to stay together, how they decided to immigrate to Canada, and how recent changes in U.S. law will (or will not) affect their plans for the future.






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YMCA “RISE UP and TAKE PRIDE” workshop

Event Location: Toronto Yonge St YMCA Centre 2200 Yonge St #300, Toronto

90 minute workshop with activities and discussions that encourage participants to think critically about homophobia and heterosexism.
Delivered by T.E.A.C.H. (Teens Educating and Challenging Homophobia) team members.
All ages are welcome





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A Chorus Queen

Event Location: Hart House, University of Toronto 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

Some of Toronto's top drag queens perform in a musical theatre spectacular production entertaining WorldPride guests; whilst fundraising and donating proceeds to the Toronto People With AIDS Foundation.

The show follows three friends in their quest for stardom. The trials and tribulations of each lovely lady making it to her dream role on a stage are portrayed through glitz and glamour costuming and dazzling choreography to well known broadway/west-end music. A comedic show combining acting and dance through a drag perspective.




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AIDS Candlelight Vigil

Event Location: Cawthra Square Park 519 Church Street, Toronto

Annual candlelight vigil held in Cawthra Square Park at the AIDS memorial, to remember, honour and celebrate those we have lost to HIV/AIDS, and those affected.

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June, 25, 2014
2014 LGBT Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice Conference

Event Location: Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel 123 Queen Street West, Toronto

The mission of the conference is to educate organizations, human resource professionals and individual employees through various workshops and seminars. The information sharing will help to effect change in policy, practices, benefits, and opportunities in the workplace that will benefit all employees, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression. The focus of the conference will be on criminal justice and law enforcement issues as they relate to the LGBT community. The conference will provide an opportunity for police and law enforcement personnel from around the world to communicate more effectively with each other through various workshops, panel discussions and lectures, for the sharing of new ideas, strategies, and best practices on all subjects related to LGBT police personnel. The conference will help to establish best practice techniques and training necessary for the purpose of decreasing homophobia while increasing cultural diversity awareness in the workplace.




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WorldPride Human Rights Conference 2014

Event Location: Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies 15 King's College Circle, Toronto

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CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





Event Details
WHAT IT MEANS TO BE SEEN PHOTOGRAPHY AND QUEER VISIBILITY

Event Location: Ryerson Image Centre - Main Gallery 33 Gould Street, Toronto

Guest Curated by Sophie Hackett

This exhibition takes a closer look at rich photographic records, and the ways photographs have served to bring to light a sense of collective characteristics, experiences and ambitions for queer communities.

Featuring a broad range of materials from the Black Star Collection at Ryerson University, the Canadian Lesbian + Gay Archives (Toronto), and other prominent collections in the United States and Europe, this range of photographs argues for the continued validity — necessity, even — of making queer people visible, collectively and individually.






Event Details
GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






Event Details
Ross Watson Exhibition

Event Location: IX Gallery 11 Davies Avenue #101, Toronto

This exceptional solo exhibition is the first in Canada for the celebrated Australian artist, who loves and knows Toronto well, and whose art has been included in the Toronto International Art Fair. "I'm excited to see friends and collectors of my art again in Toronto, which has many great things in common with Melbourne - art, cuisine and multi-culturalism."






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Pride in Canada (presented by art project Canada)

Event Location: Artscape Youngplace 180 Shaw Street, Ontario, Toronto

Exhibition and sale of artwork showing diversity, multiculturalism, gay rights plus urban and rural landscapes, in varied mediums, from Canada’s best artists.






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Landed: Together in Canada

Event Location: The RBC Emerging Artists Project Gallery in the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre 189 Yonge St., Toronto

Landed: Together in Canada is a multimedia installation by Toronto-based artist Sarah Foy. The installation tells stories of same-sex binational couples who immigrated to Canada because they could not live together in the United States. The project explores how these couples struggled to stay together, how they decided to immigrate to Canada, and how recent changes in U.S. law will (or will not) affect their plans for the future.






Event Details
A Chorus Queen

Event Location: Hart House, University of Toronto 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

Some of Toronto's top drag queens perform in a musical theatre spectacular production entertaining WorldPride guests; whilst fundraising and donating proceeds to the Toronto People With AIDS Foundation.

The show follows three friends in their quest for stardom. The trials and tribulations of each lovely lady making it to her dream role on a stage are portrayed through glitz and glamour costuming and dazzling choreography to well known broadway/west-end music. A comedic show combining acting and dance through a drag perspective.




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Beyond the Rainbow

Event Location: Unit 102 Theatre 376 Dufferin Street, Toronto

BEYOND THE RAINBOW is a one man multi-media play, set against the tumultuous backdrop of the global gay rights movement. Alex, a young gay man struggles to find his way in the world, and how he fits in, facing and enduring family rejection, discrimination, gay bashing, suicide, love, loss of a partner, HIV/AIDS, and finally finding family acceptance, self respect, and his place in the world. Alex finds a way to overcome adversity and still hangs onto his dreams of hope and that there is a better world.






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My Big Fab Gay Garden Wedding

Event Location: Toronto Botanical Garden 777 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto

Say “I Do” surrounded by beautiful gardens that flaunt the rainbow colours of nature. Toronto Botanical Garden will host a free mass wedding ceremony, for all LGBT2IQ love-birds planning to make their commitment official.
#TBGPride







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Engineering Pride & Diversity: A Panel Discussion

Event Location: Galbraith Building (Room 202) - University of Toronto 35 St. George Street, Toronto

From hard hats to lab gloves, one of the only things more diverse than the field of engineering is the people within it. During 2014 World Pride, join the University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering for a first-of-its-kind panel discussion on LGBTQ experiences in the engineering profession. Moderated by Paul Cadario, former Senior Director at the World Bank and U of T Distinguished Senior Fellow in Global Innovation. Light refreshments will be served.




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WorldPride Gala & Awards

Event Location: Arcadian Court 401 Bay St, 8th floor, Toronto

Join Pride Toronto for an unforgettable evening, as we honour leaders in the global LGBTQ movement with the WorldPride Awards.

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Film Screening: The Rugby Player (Rated 14A)

Event Location: Carlton Cinema 20 Carlton St, Toronto

Winner of multiple festival awards, The Rugby Player is an uplifting and stereotype-shattering documentary that tells the story of a mother, a son, and what it takes to be a hero. The film explores the lives of Mark Bingham, one of the passengers on United Flight 93 on 9/11, and his mother, Alice Hoagland, a former United Airlines flight attendant. The Rugby Player is a touching, funny and stirring portrait of how a son’s heroism can inspire a nation, and how a mother’s love can turn unfathomable loss into unshakable resolve. Utilizing footage shot by Bingham himself, this timely film provides keen insights for the national debates on LGBT rights, marriage equality and gay athletes in sports.




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The Lady Hamlet

Event Location: Buddies in Bad Times Theatre 12 Alexander St, Toronto

A staged reading of Sarah Schulman's "The Lady Hamlet" presented in partnership with Buddies In Bad Times Theatre.

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A Chorus Queen

Event Location: Hart House, University of Toronto 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

Some of Toronto's top drag queens perform in a musical theatre spectacular production entertaining WorldPride guests; whilst fundraising and donating proceeds to the Toronto People With AIDS Foundation.

The show follows three friends in their quest for stardom. The trials and tribulations of each lovely lady making it to her dream role on a stage are portrayed through glitz and glamour costuming and dazzling choreography to well known broadway/west-end music. A comedic show combining acting and dance through a drag perspective.




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Confessions of a Fairy's Daughter

Event Location: George Ignatieff Theatre 15 Devonshire Place, Toronto

Based on her bestselling memoir, the multiple award-winning one-woman show, Confessions of a Fairy's Daughter, tells Alison Wearing's story of growing up with a a gay father during the bath raids and Aids Crisis of the 1980's. CBC calls it "an extraordinarily moving story" and the Star Phoenix dare you to "drag your favorite homophobe along and challenge them not to be moved".






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Viva Cabaret - Tribute to The Greatest Divas

Event Location: The Rivoli 334 Queen Street West, Toronto

Viva Cabaret is an electrifying tribute to the most fabulous Divas.
Brace yourself for one show-stopping performance after another!





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Robert Keller and Yuk Yuk's Present: Laugh Out Proud 2014

Event Location: Yuk Yuk's 224 Richmond St West, Toronto

Yuk Yuk's Toronto presents "Laugh Out Proud", hosted by Robert Keller (iChannel's "Inside Joke"; Food Network's "Giving You The Business") and featuring some of Canada's top queer comics, plus a well-known headliner to be announced soon!


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TRUTH/DARE: A Satire

Event Location: The Citadel 304 Parliament Street, Toronto

A WorldPride world premiere! TRUTH/DARE: A Satire is a riotous homage to Madonna’s 1991 cult-classic documentary Truth Or Dare. A fresh and fun take on an audience favourite, performed by a cast of notable Toronto artists and aficionados -- including a six-foot bearded man as the cone-bra’d Queen herself. All hail!

*A portion of the event proceeds are donated to the Toronto People With AIDS Foundation(PWA)





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June, 26, 2014
Push Forward Push Back

Event Location: Allan Gardens 19 Horticultural Ave, Toronto

A WorldPride 2014 Toronto public art intervention viewable in Allan Gardens from 27-29 June 2014.

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WorldPride Human Rights Conference 2014

Event Location: Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies 15 King's College Circle, Toronto

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CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





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WHAT IT MEANS TO BE SEEN PHOTOGRAPHY AND QUEER VISIBILITY

Event Location: Ryerson Image Centre - Main Gallery 33 Gould Street, Toronto

Guest Curated by Sophie Hackett

This exhibition takes a closer look at rich photographic records, and the ways photographs have served to bring to light a sense of collective characteristics, experiences and ambitions for queer communities.

Featuring a broad range of materials from the Black Star Collection at Ryerson University, the Canadian Lesbian + Gay Archives (Toronto), and other prominent collections in the United States and Europe, this range of photographs argues for the continued validity — necessity, even — of making queer people visible, collectively and individually.






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GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






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Ross Watson Exhibition

Event Location: IX Gallery 11 Davies Avenue #101, Toronto

This exceptional solo exhibition is the first in Canada for the celebrated Australian artist, who loves and knows Toronto well, and whose art has been included in the Toronto International Art Fair. "I'm excited to see friends and collectors of my art again in Toronto, which has many great things in common with Melbourne - art, cuisine and multi-culturalism."






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Pride in Canada (presented by art project Canada)

Event Location: Artscape Youngplace 180 Shaw Street, Ontario, Toronto

Exhibition and sale of artwork showing diversity, multiculturalism, gay rights plus urban and rural landscapes, in varied mediums, from Canada’s best artists.






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Landed: Together in Canada

Event Location: The RBC Emerging Artists Project Gallery in the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre 189 Yonge St., Toronto

Landed: Together in Canada is a multimedia installation by Toronto-based artist Sarah Foy. The installation tells stories of same-sex binational couples who immigrated to Canada because they could not live together in the United States. The project explores how these couples struggled to stay together, how they decided to immigrate to Canada, and how recent changes in U.S. law will (or will not) affect their plans for the future.






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Follow the Yellow Brick Road

Event Location: Lakeshore Village BIA Lake Shore Blvd. West - New Toronto from 1st to 12th Street., Etobicoke

Follow the Yellow Brick Road is a Lakeshore Village Family Pride Event…

Visit stores, restaurants, and events with a Family Pride focus. Free face painting, Free rainbow balloon hat making, special discounts, samples and Pride Week Menu deals. See what the Lake Shore area has to offer with our hop on hop off bus tour!







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What makes you PROUD? - An interactive community art installation and LGBTQ-BBQ

Event Location: Family Service Toronto 355 Church Street, Toronto

In Celebration of WorldPride 2014 DKS/FST wants you to tell us, and the world
What makes you PROUD!

Join us in creating a community art installation on the Church St site. Showcase our communities PRIDE for WorldPride 2014,
Followed by our first LGBTQ-BBQ!





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An Evening in Allan Gardens

Event Location: Allan Gardens 19 Horticultural Ave, Toronto

Get away from the hustle and bustle of Church Street in beautiful Allan Gardens park.

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Clam Slam

Event Location: Ted Reeve Arena 175 Main Street, Toronto

Clam Slam is a queer and queer friendly roller derby bout open to roller derby players from Toronto and the surrounding area.






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Viva Cabaret - Tribute to The Greatest Divas

Event Location: The Rivoli 334 Queen Street West, Toronto

Viva Cabaret is an electrifying tribute to the most fabulous Divas.
Brace yourself for one show-stopping performance after another!





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Viva Cabaret - Tribute to The Greatest Divas

Event Location: The Rivoli 334 Queen Street West, Toronto

Viva Cabaret is an electrifying tribute to the most fabulous Divas.
Brace yourself for one show-stopping performance after another!





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June, 27, 2014
WorldPride Human Rights Conference 2014

Event Location: Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies 15 King's College Circle, Toronto

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CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





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WHAT IT MEANS TO BE SEEN PHOTOGRAPHY AND QUEER VISIBILITY

Event Location: Ryerson Image Centre - Main Gallery 33 Gould Street, Toronto

Guest Curated by Sophie Hackett

This exhibition takes a closer look at rich photographic records, and the ways photographs have served to bring to light a sense of collective characteristics, experiences and ambitions for queer communities.

Featuring a broad range of materials from the Black Star Collection at Ryerson University, the Canadian Lesbian + Gay Archives (Toronto), and other prominent collections in the United States and Europe, this range of photographs argues for the continued validity — necessity, even — of making queer people visible, collectively and individually.






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GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






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Ross Watson Exhibition

Event Location: IX Gallery 11 Davies Avenue #101, Toronto

This exceptional solo exhibition is the first in Canada for the celebrated Australian artist, who loves and knows Toronto well, and whose art has been included in the Toronto International Art Fair. "I'm excited to see friends and collectors of my art again in Toronto, which has many great things in common with Melbourne - art, cuisine and multi-culturalism."






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Ribfest

Event Location: Centennial Park 256 Centennial Park Rd, Toronto

The 15th annual Toronto Ribfest Food and Music Festival kicks off the summer with great music, great entertainment and great food.

Great family activities, free face-painting and magic shows, an extensive midway and vendor village, food from around the world, and lots of musical and other surprises on our two professional stages.


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YMCA “RISE UP and TAKE PRIDE” workshop

Event Location: Toronto Central Grosvenor St YMCA Centre 20 Grosvenor Street, Toronto

90 minute workshop with activities and discussions that encourage participants to think critically about homophobia and heterosexism.
Delivered by T.E.A.C.H. (Teens Educating and Challenging Homophobia) team members.
All ages are welcome





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Pride in Canada (presented by art project Canada)

Event Location: Artscape Youngplace 180 Shaw Street, Ontario, Toronto

Exhibition and sale of artwork showing diversity, multiculturalism, gay rights plus urban and rural landscapes, in varied mediums, from Canada’s best artists.

GALA ART OPENING:
Friday June 27, 2014
6:00-11:00 p.m.
Complimentary wine, appetizers, music and beautiful art for sale.






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Landed: Together in Canada

Event Location: The RBC Emerging Artists Project Gallery in the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre 189 Yonge St., Toronto

Landed: Together in Canada is a multimedia installation by Toronto-based artist Sarah Foy. The installation tells stories of same-sex binational couples who immigrated to Canada because they could not live together in the United States. The project explores how these couples struggled to stay together, how they decided to immigrate to Canada, and how recent changes in U.S. law will (or will not) affect their plans for the future.






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YMCA DANCE FESTIVAL

Event Location: Toronto Central Grosvenor St YMCA Centre 20 Grosvenor Street, Toronto

All welcome!!! Licensed childcare provided.

See some great dancing, have some fun, get some free instruction!!

2:00- 3:00 pm "Swinging Out" (Toronto’s LGBTQ+ Swing Dance Club)
3:00-4:00 pm "Triangle Squares" (Toronto’s LGBTQ+ Square Dance Club) “Dare to be Square!”





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Bud Light Friday: Retro World

Event Location: Bud Light South Stage 436 Church Street, Toronto

A showcase featuring some of our favourite retro artists.

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Community Cabaret

Event Location: Village Stage Intersection of Church & Wellesley Streets, Toronto

A cornucopia of community in the heart of the festival!

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An Evening in Allan Gardens

Event Location: Allan Gardens 19 Horticultural Ave, Toronto

Get away from the hustle and bustle of Church Street in beautiful Allan Gardens park.

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Community Connections at Clean Sober & Proud Place

Event Location: Paul Kane Parkette 58 Wellelsey Street East, Toronto

An evening of spoken word and themed open discussions in a substance-free space. A lovely green oasis located in Paul Kane Parkette.

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Proud Voices

Event Location: Glad Day Bookshop 598 Yonge St, Toronto

A reading series presented in partnership with Glad Day Books.

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DJ & Diva Central

Event Location: OLG Central Stage Church & Maitland Streets, Toronto

In the heart of Toronto's Village neighbourhood, a parking lot is transformed into an open-air clubbing experience featuring a non-stop rotation of DJs and divas.

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Trans Pride Rally & March

Event Location: North Stage Intersection of Church Street & Isabella Street, Toronto

Rally before the Trans* Pride March at North Stage.

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A Chorus Queen

Event Location: Hart House, University of Toronto 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

Some of Toronto's top drag queens perform in a musical theatre spectacular production entertaining WorldPride guests; whilst fundraising and donating proceeds to the Toronto People With AIDS Foundation.

The show follows three friends in their quest for stardom. The trials and tribulations of each lovely lady making it to her dream role on a stage are portrayed through glitz and glamour costuming and dazzling choreography to well known broadway/west-end music. A comedic show combining acting and dance through a drag perspective.




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WorldPride 2014 Trans* Pride March

Event Location: North Stage Intersection of Church Street & Isabella Street, Toronto

SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR OUR TRANS* COMMUNITIES at WorldPride 2014! All trans identified people, their friends and allies are welcome to march.


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BQY Showcase: Black to The Future

Event Location: North Stage Intersection of Church Street & Isabella Street, Toronto

Join us for dance, poetry, and music, and to mark Black History for Black Queer
Youth. Get ready - BQY will show Toronto what Blackness and Queerness means to them! PROGRAMMED BY: BQY (Black Queer Youth).

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Trans Pride Post-March Showcase

Event Location: Yonge-Dundas Square 1 Dundas St E, Toronto

The annual Trans Pride March proudly steps into Yonge-Dundas Square for a free-to-attend, all-ages showcase of Trans* artists in Canada's busiest public square. The largest-ever celebration of Trans Pride in North America!

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PITBULL - WORLD WIDE PRIDE

Event Location: Liberty Grand 25 British Colombia Place, Toronto

Celebrate 2014 Toronto World Pride with world class entertainment, a breath taking venue with an enhanced sound and light system, incredible décor and featuring the most exciting local and international DJ's in two huge rooms and an incredible outdoor courtyard with its own sound system. Dozens of Go Go dancers in incredible outfits will make sure that the party is going strong and providing incredibly stunning visual shows. Free transportation will be provided from the village to the Liberty Grand all night long. Shuttles will be leaving from the village.

More info at www.pitbullevents.ca.




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June, 28, 2014
The International Asexuality Conference

Event Location: Ryerson University 350 Victoria Street, Toronto

This one day conference will include panels and workshops by leading asexual activists and educators such as David Jay, the founder of the Asexual Visibility and Education Network, and Sara Beth Brooks, the founder of Asexual Awareness Week. There will also be talks on the history of asexuality, and workshops.









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Community Café at Clean Sober & Proud Place

Event Location: Paul Kane Parkette 58 Wellelsey Street East, Toronto

Three days of Programming in a substance-free space. Clean, Sober, and Proud Place is a substance-free area that offers anonymous recovery & support meetings. A lovely green oasis for all located in Paul Kane Parkette.

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Family Pride

Event Location: Church Street Public School 83 Alexander St, Toronto

Family Pride is a kid-friendly zone with activities and entertainment geared to children and families.

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CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





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Celebrate Our UFCW Canada Pride

Event Location: Sheraton Centre Hotel - Civic Ballroom and Foyer 123 Queen Street West, Toronto

Open to all UFCW members, families, friends, community activists and community organizations.
Enjoy music, arts, cultural activities with refreshments and snacks for attendees.
Find out about WorldPride festivities via information booths on site and learn about what your union is doing to make a difference for our LGBT communities and with our national partners.





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Ross Watson Exhibition

Event Location: IX Gallery 11 Davies Avenue #101, Toronto

This exceptional solo exhibition is the first in Canada for the celebrated Australian artist, who loves and knows Toronto well, and whose art has been included in the Toronto International Art Fair. "I'm excited to see friends and collectors of my art again in Toronto, which has many great things in common with Melbourne - art, cuisine and multi-culturalism."






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Ribfest

Event Location: Centennial Park 256 Centennial Park Rd, Toronto

The 15th annual Toronto Ribfest Food and Music Festival kicks off the summer with great music, great entertainment and great food.

Great family activities, free face-painting and magic shows, an extensive midway and vendor village, food from around the world, and lots of musical and other surprises on our two professional stages.


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SS Steamworks

Event Location: The River Gambler Pier 31, 333 Lakeshore Blvd East, Toronto

4-hour cruise around the harbour on the River Gambler, which has Toronto's largest open deck dance floor with live DJ.
2 cash bars and an indoor lounge - mix & mingle and experience the city in a whole new way.
Boat sails promptly at 12 noon, rain or shine. Boarding begins at 11: 30 a.m. -- Don't miss the boat!



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WHAT IT MEANS TO BE SEEN PHOTOGRAPHY AND QUEER VISIBILITY

Event Location: Ryerson Image Centre - Main Gallery 33 Gould Street, Toronto

Guest Curated by Sophie Hackett

This exhibition takes a closer look at rich photographic records, and the ways photographs have served to bring to light a sense of collective characteristics, experiences and ambitions for queer communities.

Featuring a broad range of materials from the Black Star Collection at Ryerson University, the Canadian Lesbian + Gay Archives (Toronto), and other prominent collections in the United States and Europe, this range of photographs argues for the continued validity — necessity, even — of making queer people visible, collectively and individually.






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GENERATIONS OF QUEER

Event Location: Onsite [at] OCAD University 230 Richmond Street, Toronto

Robert Flack | John Greyson | Elisha Lim | Kiley May
Curated by by: Lisa Deanne Smith

This exhibition centres on storytelling; creating a dialogue between the works of two senior artists and two younger artists who have come into queer discourses as beneficiaries of the activism of their pre-decessors.






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SOULtry Jazz Brunch

Event Location: Berber Social 49 Front St East, Toronto

Soultry, Jazz Brunch is the perfect Saturday afternoon where you can kick back, relax and dine on a sumptuous, delectable Moroccan breakfast and supper menu, while enjoying the blend of live jazz and NeoSoul from across the genre.


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Pride in Canada (presented by art project Canada)

Event Location: Artscape Youngplace 180 Shaw Street, Ontario, Toronto

Exhibition and sale of artwork showing diversity, multiculturalism, gay rights plus urban and rural landscapes, in varied mediums, from Canada’s best artists.






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Dyke March Rally

Event Location: Allan Gardens 19 Horticultural Ave, Toronto

The Dyke March is a grassroots event where women and trans people in LGBTTIQQ2SA communities take over the streets of Toronto.

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Landed: Together in Canada

Event Location: The RBC Emerging Artists Project Gallery in the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre 189 Yonge St., Toronto

Landed: Together in Canada is a multimedia installation by Toronto-based artist Sarah Foy. The installation tells stories of same-sex binational couples who immigrated to Canada because they could not live together in the United States. The project explores how these couples struggled to stay together, how they decided to immigrate to Canada, and how recent changes in U.S. law will (or will not) affect their plans for the future.






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Community Cabaret

Event Location: Village Stage Intersection of Church & Wellesley Streets, Toronto

A cornucopia of community in the heart of the festival!

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Community Mural Project – Celebrating Queer & Trans Newcomers!

Event Location: Allan Gardens 19 Horticultural Ave, Toronto

Community Mural Project – Celebrating Queer & Trans Newcomers! Explore your creativity. Share your story. Collaborate in community. Open to all Queer & Trans Newcomers, Immigrants, Refugees and Non Status Folks.

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WorldPride 2014 Dyke March

Event Location: Allan Gardens 19 Horticultural Ave, Toronto

The Dyke March is not a parade - it is a political demonstration of critical mass; a moment seized to revel in the strength, diversity and passion of LGBTTIQQ2SA women and trans folk.

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Fruit Loopz

Event Location: Alexander Parkette 12 Alexander Street, Toronto

Fruit Loopz Youth Stage is a festival of arts, words and ideas for spectrum youth, by spectrum youth. Everyone is welcome at this FREE family-friendly, drug- and alcohol-free, youth-focused space.

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DJ & Diva Central

Event Location: OLG Central Stage Church & Maitland Streets, Toronto

In the heart of Toronto's Village neighbourhood, a parking lot is transformed into an open-air clubbing experience featuring a non-stop rotation of DJs and divas.

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TD Saturday

Event Location: TD Wellesley Stage 15 Wellesley Street East, Toronto

Live music, dance and DJ arts all day into the night!

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North Stage Saturday

Event Location: North Stage Intersection of Church Street & Isabella Street, Toronto

Our North Stage is a jam packed weekend of performers and DJs from Toronto’s diverse Trans* and gender-independent communities.

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Bud Light Saturday

Event Location: Bud Light South Stage 436 Church Street, Toronto

Countrified by day and electro-pop by night, Bud Light South Stage features something for everyone!

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Show The World Your Pride Naked Dance

Event Location: Club 120 120 Church St., Toronto

Nudist Social and Dance for Men

*free clothing check with admission

Please note: This is NOT a clothing optional event.
www.tntmen.org





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Franco Village

Event Location: Allan Gardens 19 Horticultural Ave, Toronto

Le samedi 28 juin, les francophones et francophiles de partout pourront converger vers le l'espace francophone situé de Allan Gardens. 

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Proud Voices

Event Location: Glad Day Bookshop 598 Yonge St, Toronto

A reading series presented in partnership with Glad Day Books.

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brOWN // out 2014

Event Location: Village Stage Intersection of Church & Wellesley Streets, Toronto

brOWN // out, is a mix tape of adventures, rushing from waters, mountains and plains of the homeland(s) to the diaspora and back.

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Big Pride Sing-Along: Get Loud! Get Proud!

Event Location: Betty Oliphant Theatre - R.A. Laidlaw Centre 404 Jarvis St., Toronto

Based on the Big Gay Sing, developed by the New York City Gay Men’s Chorus, Singing Out’s Big Pride Sing-Along: Get Loud! Get Proud! will have audiences singing and dancing with our 110-voice choir to all the songs you love to sing.

Features Broadway favourites, led by the von Trapp kids as never seen; Madonna and Lady Gaga in a mash-up/smackdown; drag king Mounties; and different divas will dazzle.

Hosted by Deb Pearce (host of OUTtv’s “Bump!”), accompanied by the female-fronted R&B band The Reenies, and with special guests.




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A Chorus Queen

Event Location: Hart House, University of Toronto 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto

Some of Toronto's top drag queens perform in a musical theatre spectacular production entertaining WorldPride guests; whilst fundraising and donating proceeds to the Toronto People With AIDS Foundation.

The show follows three friends in their quest for stardom. The trials and tribulations of each lovely lady making it to her dream role on a stage are portrayed through glitz and glamour costuming and dazzling choreography to well known broadway/west-end music. A comedic show combining acting and dance through a drag perspective.




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Two Tasty Ladies present Hey Lady!

Event Location: Keating Channel Pub & Grill 2 Villiers Street, Toronto

Don't get caught on Saturday night of WORLD PRIDE weekend without your friends dancing with djCAT at the Keating Channel.

Join the Two Tasty Ladies on June 28th





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Big Pride Sing-Along: Get Loud! Get Proud!

Event Location: Betty Oliphant Theatre - R.A. Laidlaw Centre 404 Jarvis St., Toronto

Based on the Big Gay Sing, developed by the New York City Gay Men’s Chorus, Singing Out’s Big Pride Sing-Along: Get Loud! Get Proud! will have audiences singing and dancing with our 110-voice choir to all the songs you love to sing.

Features Broadway favourites, led by the von Trapp kids as never seen; Madonna and Lady Gaga in a mash-up/smackdown; drag king Mounties; and different divas will dazzle.

Hosted by Deb Pearce (host of OUTtv’s “Bump!”), accompanied by the female-fronted R&B band The Reenies, and with special guests.




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June, 29, 2014
Family Pride

Event Location: Church Street Public School 83 Alexander St, Toronto

Family Pride is a kid-friendly zone with activities and entertainment for children and families.

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CAMP FIRES: THE QUEER BAROQUE OF LÉOPOLD L. FOULEM, PAUL MATHIEU AND RICHARD MILETTE

Event Location: Gardiner Museum 111 Queen's Park, Toronto

Camp Fires: The Queer Baroque of Léopold L. Foulem, Paul Mathieu and Richard Milette explores the concept of "Camp" as manifested in the works of three important francophone Canadian ceramic artists





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Community Café at Clean Sober & Proud Place

Event Location: Paul Kane Parkette 58 Wellelsey Street East, Toronto

Three days of Programming in a substance-free space. Clean, Sober, and Proud Place is a substance-free area that offers anonymous recovery & support meetings. A lovely green oasis for all located in Paul Kane Parkette.

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Ross Watson Exhibition

Event Location: IX Gallery 11 Davies Avenue #101, Toronto

This exceptional solo exhibition is the first in Canada for the celebrated Australian artist, who loves and knows Toronto well, and whose art has been included in the Toronto International Art Fair. "I'm excited to see friends and collectors of my art again in Toronto, which has many great things in common with Melbourne - art, cuisine and multi-culturalism."






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MCC Toronto’s CHURCH ON CHURCH STREET – A WorldPride Affiliate Event

Event Location: South Stage 436 Church Street, Toronto

Metropolitan Community Church of Toronto's PRIDE Service with Rev. Dr. Brent Hawkes. Joyful music of the Choir featuring special guests. Amazing service every year.
All welcome!!!





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Ribfest

Event Location: Centennial Park 256 Centennial Park Rd, Toronto

The 15th annual Toronto Ribfest Food and Music Festival kicks off the summer with great music, great entertainment and great food.

Great family activities, free face-painting and magic shows, an extensive midway and vendor village, food from around the world, and lots of musical and other surprises on our two professional stages.


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WHAT IT MEANS TO BE SEEN PHOTOGRAPHY AND QUEER VISIBILITY

Event Location: Ryerson Image Centre - Main Gallery 33 Gould Street, Toronto

Guest Curated by Sophie Hackett

This exhibition takes a closer look at rich photographic records, and the ways photographs have served to bring to light a sense of collective characteristics, experiences and ambitions for queer communities.

Featuring a broad range of materials from the Black Star Collection at Ryerson University, the Canadian Lesbian + Gay Archives (Toronto), and other prominent collections in the United States and Europe, this range of photographs argues for the continued validity — necessity, even — of making queer people visible, collectively and individually.






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An Afternoon in Allan Gardens

Event Location: Allan Gardens 19 Horticultural Ave, Toronto

Get away from the hustle and bustle of Church Street in the beautiful Allan Gardens park.

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Blockorama 16

Event Location: TD Wellesley Stage 15 Wellesley Street East, Toronto

The Blockorama stage has been one of most enjoyable and dynamic stages at Toronto's Pride celebrations. Now in it's 16th year, the Blockorama showcsae will be 'turning it' for WorldPride 2014. Located at TD Wellesley Stage, the site is a powerful space uniting and engaging communities through musical performances, words, images and dance. Programmed by Blackness Yes!

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Pride in Canada (presented by art project Canada)

Event Location: Artscape Youngplace 180 Shaw Street, Ontario, Toronto

Exhibition and sale of artwork showing diversity, multiculturalism, gay rights plus urban and rural landscapes, in varied mediums, from Canada’s best artists.
Complimentary wine, appetizers, music and of course, art!





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WorldPride 2014 Parade

Event Location: Parade Start Point

From the corner of Church St and Bloor St all the way down Yonge St to Yonge-Dundas Square, Toronto's LGBTTIQQ2SA communities will dance to celebrate our victories, march to honour our losses, and RISE UP to keep moving forward.

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DJ & Diva Central

Event Location: OLG Central Stage Church & Maitland Streets, Toronto

In the heart of Toronto's Village neighbourhood, a parking lot is transformed into an open-air clubbing experience featuring a non-stop rotation of DJs and divas.

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Dirty Disco

Event Location: Bud Light South Stage 436 Church Street, Toronto

Pandemonium in a parking lot! Featuring Canadian EDM icons delivering their annual message of mayhem.

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Community Cabaret

Event Location: Village Stage Intersection of Church & Wellesley Streets, Toronto

A cornucopia of community in the heart of the festival!

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North Stage Sunday

Event Location: North Stage Intersection of Church Street & Isabella Street, Toronto

Our North Stage is a jam packed weekend of performers and DJs from Toronto’s diverse Trans* and gender-independent communities.

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Iranian Newcomers' Picnic

Event Location: Norman Jewison Parkette Just East of Yonge between Isabella Street & Gloucester Street,

A community-based picnic in the park hosted by the Iranian Newcomer's Group.

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WorldPride 2014 Toronto Closing Ceremony

Event Location: Yonge-Dundas Square 1 Dundas St E, Toronto

An incredible showcase of live performances and awards in the heart of downtown Toronto after the WorldPride 2014 Parade.



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DestinAsian

Event Location: Village Stage Intersection of Church & Wellesley Streets, Toronto

It's an ultimate Gay Asian celebration for WorldPride 2014, as well as representing the Asian community at large in Toronto.

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Proud Voices

Event Location: Glad Day Bookshop 598 Yonge St, Toronto

A reading series presented in partnership with Glad Day Books.

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ne plus ultra

Event Location: The Thompson Hotel 550 Wellington Street West, Toronto

On June 29, 2014, we are taking it to The Thompson Hotel’s rooftop for a pool party!
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June, 30, 2014
Pride in Canada (presented by art project Canada)

Event Location: Artscape Youngplace 180 Shaw Street, Ontario, Toronto

Exhibition and sale of artwork showing diversity, multiculturalism, gay rights plus urban and rural landscapes, in varied mediums, from Canada’s best artists.
Complimentary wine, appetizers, music and of course, art!





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