This year the parade was cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic. The organizers of Pride Toronto decided to organize series of virtual events.
Community focused WAYLA club, LGBTQ volleyball, gaycations with OUT Adventures, inclusive hair care & pride festival - the "Queer East" have it all!
Since the Stonewall Riots 50 years ago, LGBTQ+ movements around the world have grown, celebrating the fundamental truth that Love is Love.
Bid on this fabulous framed oil painting by Mary McLorn Valle in our exciting online art auction - all proceeds go to Inside Out LGBT Film Festival!
New to town or a teenager exploring who you are? Having the right support and connections can be the difference between growth and isolation.
The Junction and Junction Triangle are the perfect places for anyone seeking a small but actively involved LGBTQ+ community.
Queer West neighbourhood is the Village's younger, cooler sister, attracting a variety of open-minded people from the LGBTQ+ community and beyond
Last Sunday marchers and spectators visited Toronto's downtown core for Dyke March and Pride Parade to share the message - that love is love.
The fight towards same-sex marriage that took place in a Riverdale church was key in the legalization of same-sex marriage in Canada.
What is the history of #TheVillage neighbourhood? Who was The Village’s founder and what does "Molly Wood’s Bush" mean?
Toronto is the third most LGBTQ-friendly city in the world. Explore its best LGBTQ neighbourhoods!
Celebrate the multiple layers of identities, which make Toronto extraordinary and strong, with the entire LGBTQ community.
It was colourful, it was cheerful, it was happy and it was proud. But most importantly, there was love all around. See for yourself!