A Community Vigil Honouring Colorado Victims & Survivors Will Take Place On Sunday, November 27 In Toronto
Pride Toronto and The 519 are co-hosting a community vigil to bring people together in solidarity with our communities and allies in Colorado
Photo Gallery: The ‘Amazing Thai-Versity’ Pride 2022 Event
An afternoon to remember
A Timeline Of Toronto Pride
Know your history, Toronto…or at least the highlights… 1971 Toronto’s first “Gay Day Picnic” is held on the beach at Hanlan’s Point on Sunday, August 1. The groundbreaking event was...
Pride Toronto Partners With Artists For Pride 2021
The initiative showcases local visual and digital artists this summer… Pride Toronto has commissioned six artists to create original pieces for the Pride 2021 visual branding campaign efforts. Pieces from...
The Toronto Pride Festival & Parade Has Been Cancelled Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
It’s official. The 2020 Toronto Pride festival and parade have been cancelled
Pride Toronto To Hold A Trans Rally On The Night Of The TPL’s Meghan Murphy Event [UPDATED]
The Toronto trans rally will take place on Tuesday, October 29 at 4:00pm and will begin at Barbara Hall Park… Pride Toronto is organizing a rally to coincide with...
FLASHBACK: Mayor Mel Lastman Marches! (June 28, 1998)
June 28, 1998: Today in LGBTQ+ history
A History Of The Toronto Pride Parade
“Now sissy that walk”… By Fraser Abe Now maligned by some detractors as “just a party,” “too corporate” or even “too political,” the Toronto Pride Parade has come a long way from...
2019 Pride Festivals And Parades Across Canada
2019 LGBTQ parades and celebrations from Victoria to St. John’s… These days you can find Pride celebrations in most major cities from coast to coast… So no matter where you...
Pride Toronto Members Vote Against Police Participating In Parade
Pride Toronto members voted 163 – 161 on Tuesday against allowing police to participate in the annual Pride March… Members of Pride Toronto voted Tuesday night against allowing police to participate...
Federal Government Gives Pride Toronto Nearly Half A Million Dollars For LGBTQ Safety Initiative
$450,000 investment to protect LGBTQ Canadians and improve the community’s relationship with the criminal justice system
Big Ben Beats
Is Toronto ready for a serious dose of music and muscles?