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Celebrating Canada’s LGBTQ2+ Community

Watch A Celebration Of Canada’s LGBTQ2+ Film & Television Moments

Take a few minutes to watch MADE | NOUS’s short compilation, 30 Ways to Say I Love You

For the past month MADE | NOUS has been sharing some of the most iconic, ground-breaking and heart-warming moments from Canada’s rich history of LGBTQ2+ film and television moments on social media in celebration of Pride Month. Now you can watch them all in a short video compilation entitled, 30 Ways to Say I Love You.

This romantic look back includes snippets from some iconic Canadian works including Patricia Rozema’s 1987 film I’ve Heard the Mermaids Singing, Guy Édoin’s 2011 film Marécages and CBC’s beloved comedy Schitt’s Creek, which recently wrapped up after six seasons.

Watch MADE | NOUS’s heartwarming 30 Ways to Say I Love You below:

Made | Nous celebrates the works of Canadian creators in film, TV, video games and digital entertainment, both in Canada and around the world. Their #30WaysToSayILoveYou initiative for Pride Month is their most recent campaign to encourage Canadians to recognize and celebrate their contributions in the entertainment industry. In April, they worked with comedy treasure Jay Baruchel to take Canadians on a coast to coast to coast tour of Canada by posting top recommendations of Canadian content available to stream at home and in May, the celebrated #AsianHeritage Month with a little help from Simu Liu and Maitreyi Ramakrishnan.

For more information visit, or follow them on social media at @made_nous.

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