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If you did not vote, you are part of the problem

posted Thursday, June 23, 2022

by: in The Online Politician

Ok, OK, OK, I know, we have had enough of politics. We had enough of the same old speeches, same old elections, same results. It is hard to believe that only 41% eligible voters voted in the last Provincial election. What makes it even worse, is that Doug Ford won a major majority with 18% […]

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Queer Vote Ontario – it’s time for the LGBTQ+ community to have their political voices heard – May 26, 2022

posted Tuesday, May 24, 2022

by: in The Online Politician

On May 10, 2022, the first Provincial leaders debate took place in beautiful North Bay, Ontario. Mike Schrenier from the Ontario Green Party, Steven DelDuca from Ontario Liberal Party, Andrea Horwath from Ontario NDP and of course, Doug Ford from the Ontario Conservative Party. You can watch this debate online here. It has been viewed […]

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La Ville de Québec: Full of History and Gay Pride

posted Monday, September 24, 2018

by: in Entertainment, Lifestyle, Travel

It was a beautiful hot summer day as I landed at Aéroport Jean Lesage in Québec City. It had been years since I had visited Québec City so I was very excited. I was excited to be on holidays and in a beautiful city like Québec, and I was super gay-excited to be there during their […]

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In The Spirit of Wellness and Healing: Toronto AIDS Vigil – June 20th, 2017

posted Friday, June 9, 2017

by: in Spirituality

It’s Pride Month in Toronto, which means a month of events and celebrations highlighting the strength and diversity of our community.  It also means that community members and allies have an opportunity to reflect on our history and the important moments that help to define who we are, while bringing forward momentum. There’s something to be said […]

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Pride Fort Lauderdale’s 40th Anniversary – Feb 26, 2017

posted Monday, February 20, 2017

by: in Travel

Pride Fort Lauderdale celebrates its 40th anniversary with a new format and venue, and a massive one-day beach party on Sunday, February 26, 2017 on iconic Fort Lauderdale Beach, This will be the first Pride in the United States held after the official start of the new Trump Administration. The one-day main event at Fort Lauderdale […]

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Pride: Behind Enemy Lines

posted Thursday, June 23, 2016

by: in Featured, Feminism

So here we are, yet again. Brush of your beads, find your rainbow knee-high socks, and maybe purchase a tutu – folks, it is Pride month! This is not an easy year to celebrate due to recent events targeting the LGBT community, however the show will go on. As we happily drink our weight in […]

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United States VS Canada

posted Monday, March 7, 2016

by: in Travel

Well American politics has certainly been quite interesting leading up to the final contenders for both political parties. There’s been the expected dose of slanderous accusations along the way before reaching this point, and while Republican Donald (Big Dong) Trump and Democrat (That Womyn) Hilary Clinton seem to be the front runners, the position for […]

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Puerto Vallarta’s Day of the Dead Celebrations – Oct 29 to Nov 2, 2015

posted Tuesday, October 13, 2015

by: in Travel

The Puerto Vallarta Tourism Board is working with the producers of Vallarta Pride to increase its Day of the Dead Celebrations with a five-day cultural festival that will include a series of events and activities intended to make the celebration one of the most colorful of the end of the year and beginning of Puerto […]

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Happy Pride, Toronto!

posted Tuesday, June 9, 2015

by: in Ponderings

It’s June, and that means Pride is upon us. This year, Pride Toronto has upped the celebrity quotient significantly with recognizable names like Cyndi Lauper, Chaz Bono, David Furnish, John Waters, and Pussy Riot all participating in some capacity. As usual, there is plenty of opportunity to party throughout the 10-day festival, and here’s a […]

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Let’s reconnect our community

posted Sunday, April 12, 2015

by: in Feminism

Last night I volunteered for a really fabulous queer event here in Calgary. When you think of Calgary, you may not think ‘Canadian queer central’, and compared to cities like Vancouver and Toronto it isn’t. What it does have that I find many larger cities lack, is a sense of cohesiveness and camaraderie that seems […]

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