Through the LGBTQ2 Community Capacity Fund, the Government of Canada acknowledges that the work of these organizations is critical for improving social, health, and economic outcomes in LGBTQ2 communities, and that it merits targeted investments to ensure the renewal and sustainability of the sector, especially during these challenging times. See the full list of supported organizations. The Government of Canada is committed to working with and for all LGBTQ2 individuals in collaboration with community-led organizations to combat all forms of discrimination. Together we can build back an even better and consciously more inclusive Canada where everyone can be their true, authentic self. We know there is a lot more work to do and we are proud to work together with them to help ensure an inclusive future and opportunities for everyone—regardless of who they love or how they identify—so that all Canadians have an equal and fair chance at success. This investment in LGBTQ2 civil society signals a new level of commitment by Canadian government to realize equity and rights.
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New Toronto shelter gives LGBT youth a place to feel safe and loved - The Globe and Mail
If you are a youth who is lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, Two-Spirit, intersex, queer, or questioning and need health services for LGBT2SQ related issues, we can help. If you are a young adult going through a difficult time, you can get support at Sherbourne. SOY programs and activities include:. Counselling services and youth programs are free for individuals who cannot afford to obtain these services elsewhere.
List of LGBT-related organizations and conferences
Internet filtering is a touchy issue that libraries have had to deal with as major sources of internet access for many of our users. Join us to explore the legal climate of filters, how they work and other implications of their use. Program will feature library workers' experience creating library programs that address the needs of LGBTQ users, such as Pride-themed events. Success stories, community controversies and practical advice will be shared.
Bisexual Women of Toronto offers a community where bisexual women and women questioning their sexuality can share diverse perspectives on bisexual issues and experiences. Coming Out Being Out is a volunteer-run discussion group for people generally 18 and over who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or any of the other identities found within the larger queer community. Counterpoint is a full symphony orchestra, and the programming is drawn from Baroque through contemporary orchestral repertoire.