Their goal is to offer an accessible and an approachable way to engage with queer literature.
Painting rainbow crosswalks around the city didn’t put an end to homophobia and transphobia.
Organizers of ‘Queer-a-palooza’ say the event is meant to create a safe social space for people of all ages in the LGBTQ+ community.
Newfoundland’s first LGBTQ+ curling league is providing a safe social outlet for community members who don’t want to spend their weekends downtown.
An identity struggle led Ryan Maddick to drugs, but while learning to accept himself he learned he didn’t need them.
Newfoundlanders are stereotyped as being old-fashioned – set in our ways.
CNA administrators and counsellors say they want all students to feel welcome and accepted at the college.
Bill C-16 is set to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code to protect gender identity, as trans people search for relief.
Serious limitations to transgender care finds patients out of province, out-of-pocket and out of hope for the future.
Members of the LGBTQ+ community speak out on what the multi-lettered acronym means to them.