Topics :: Canada
Wednesday Jul 4, 2012
One of the world’s largest Pride celebrations with an estimated attendance of 1.2 million people, Toronto Pride’s ten-day Pride Week includes a three-day street festival, with nearly 300 entertainers performing on seven stages, as well as the Parade.
By Robert Israel | Tuesday Jun 12, 2012
Pride Toronto, now in its 32nd year, is the largest event of its kind in North America. With humble origins as Gay Day picnics, it continues to expand as plans are underway for World Pride in Toronto in 2014.
By Jason St. Amand | Tuesday Jun 5, 2012
Some Catholic schools in Canada are prohibiting students from creating gay-straight alliances but an amendment to a law may change that.
By Jason St. Amand | Thursday Apr 19, 2012
Hundreds of people recently honored Raymond Taavel -- a Canadian gay activist who was beaten to death earlier this week.
Sunday Feb 5, 2012
A year-round resort with lakes, Mont Tremblant resort is best known as a ski destination with 700 acres of ski terrain on slopes with inclines as steep as 42 degrees. Check out the photos of the "Top Ski Resort in Eastern North America."
By Mark Thompson | Sunday Feb 5, 2012
The snow started slowly. Unbeknownst to those of us already atop the summit of Mont Tremblant in Quebec, the entire region was about to be slammed with the year’s first major snowstorm - making for some of the most joyous skiing of the season.
By Jason St. Amand | Friday Jan 27, 2012
Canada’s Royal Mint called upon Toronto-based artist Gary Taxali to design six coins for the country, and one of the quarters is a genderless-wedding themed, celebrating same-sex marriage.
By Jason St. Amand | Thursday Jan 12, 2012
Foreign gay couples that were wed in Canada are shocked to learn that their marriages are only recognized if the homeland has legalized gay marriage.
Saturday Oct 1, 2011
image+nation, the oldest LGBT film festival in Canada, is proud to celebrate its spirit of openness with this year’s theme: "share your stories with the ones you love."
Friday Sep 23, 2011
Montreal has always been a city with a rich culinary history - and now, more than ever, the second largest French-speaking city in the world celebrates its polyglot cuisine with a spate of new restaurant openings. Here are three of the most anticipated.