December 28, 2023 / Latest Life

New Year’s Revolution

In 2024, let’s focus on changing “small” things as the first steps towards a future where we won’t be afraid of our identities… By Luis Augusto Nobre  The end of...

September 26, 2023 / Latest Life

To Be Or Not To Be A Hero Is The Question

Did Tina Turner get it right when she sang, “We don’t need another hero”?

July 18, 2023 / Latest Life

Celebrating 15 Years Of Leading 2SLGBTQIA+ Workplace Inclusion

It’s another milestone anniversary for Pride at Work Canada, the not-for-profit organization that works tirelessly to promote 2SLGBTQIA+ inclusion in Canadian workplace

May 18, 2023 / Latest Life Pride At Work

The Essence Of Being Rainbow Communities

Queer people owe a lot to trans communities and activists for their leadership in the liberation movement

April 4, 2023 / Latest Life

Making Better Mistakes

Make mistakes. Make more mistakes! You might find or do something great by mistake

February 27, 2023 / IN Community Latest Life

IN Community: Pride At Work Canada Sparks Conversations and Drives Change

Takeaways from a day of shared learning and networking centring diversity, equity and inclusion

January 25, 2023 / Latest Life

Colouring The Blank Pages

Only you can find the strategy that best suits your path and pace towards the best version of yourself

November 14, 2022 / Latest Life

Is It Later Than You Think?

We are already late for climate change, Indigenous reconciliation and 2SLGBTQIA+ inclusion. But that doesn’t mean we should stop trying

October 4, 2022 / Latest Life

Misogyny, The Homophobia Nest

Is the news cycle stressing you out?

July 12, 2022 / Latest Life

When Will Enough Be Enough?

A reminder that we should be celebrating Pride all year long, because one month simply isn’t enough

May 9, 2022 / Latest Life Pride At Work

Winds Of Hope

The same wind that blows in toxic fumes of hatred also cleans the air and brings the fragrance of positive change

March 15, 2022 / Latest Life Pride At Work

The Beat Of Visibility

We want to be seen and heard. No more apologies, this is us