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TORONTO (Dec. 8, 2014) – The publisher of Canada’s leading print and digital LGBT lifestyle magazine has entered into a series of innovative alliances with a wide range of corporate-related and non-profit partners. Coinciding with the re-launch of IN Magazine (formerly IN Toronto), these unique relationships are designed to spotlight events and individuals advancing greater diversity and understanding nationwide and in their own communities.

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BC’s Trinity Western University Law School requires gays to be celibate or risk expulsion

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Show Your Love a Valentine’s Day bash in support of LGBT Youth Line

“We know that when we address the barriers that LGBT people face, we help to make sport and recreation more accessible for everyone who may feel excluded.” —Maura Lawless

The second annual Cub Camp Calendar is hot off the press, featuring a collection of furry men shot by San Francisco photographer Bradley Roberge.

“Church Street could potentially become one giant art gallery.” —James Fowler

“The impact of a live voice filling an auditorium. That’s what gets people really excited about opera.”

On May 29 at Osgoode Hall, the Law Society of Upper Canada handed out awards to 10 lawyers for their tireless advocacy work. Recipient

BOOKS: Alison Wearing shines new light on coming out in Confessions of a Fairy’s Daughter 

“We recently had our first wedding at the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives. Two women who not only felt accepted, but celebrated.”

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