The mission of the Ottawa Capital Pride organization is to create an environment for advocacy, education, and to foster of a strong and vibrant Rainbow Community within the Nation’s Capital region.
Cranbrook Pride Society is a group of dedicated volunteers that encourages and empowers the Rainbow community in the Kootenays.
Elliot Lake Pride is an annual Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, 2-Spirit, and Intersex (LGBTQ2SI) Pride festival in the City of Elliot Lake.
Fierté Sudbury Pride is a not-for-profit community-based organization dedicated to supporting and celebrating the Queer community in the City of Greater Sudbury.
Guelph Pride celebrates diversity in safer spaces by providing education, programming and visibility with the LGBTQ2S+ community in Guelph and Wellington County. We will do this work by continuously advocating for accessibility and inclusivity. Through self-reflection, creativity and knowledge of history, the Pride Committee is committed to creating a sense of belonging, safety, culture and comfort for LGBTQ2S+ identified persons and their allies.
Hamilton, Ontario is home to many members of the LGBTQ+ community and here, we invite people to gather together as one and learn about the LGBTQ scene throughout Toronto and Hamilton. With a great array of events, special gatherings, meetings and general community information, we welcome users to the site and hope you find our welcome inviting.
Beginning in 1988 with Halifax's very first Pride March, members of the city's gay and lesbian community organized Pride Week without the benefit of legal protections. Amidst growing unrest about rampant prejudice and discrimination, that first Pride March was primarily a protest over the lack of legal protection from discrimination, and the all-too-common threat of homophobic violence.
The Jasper Pride Festival Society has the purpose of creating an annual Pride Festival in Jasper National Park in support of the local and visiting LGBTQA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning and Allies) community. JPFS plans, hosts and fundraises throughout the year to bring this festival and related events to our world-class destination in the Canadian Rockies.
Moose Jaw Pride Inc. is a registered non-profit corporation composed of a volunteer Board of Directors from Moose Jaw and across Saskatchewan.
Musokoa Pride is to provide visibility of and positive inclusion for the LGBTQA community of Muskoka through planning and hosting pride events throughout the community.
Peterborough Pride exists to: support & celebrate people of all sexual orientations and gender identities*; honour and give thanks to those who have come before us and contribute to the resilient spirit and courage of the present struggle for our human rights.
Pride London Festival is a volunteer non-profit organization that works to organize an annual opportunity to bring together the LGBT+ communities and our allies, through events and activities, which promote unity, inclusion and awareness of sexual and gender diversity.
Pride Niagara is a celebration of Niagara’s sexual and gender diverse community and its supporters. We provide social activities and information for the LGBT Niagara Region.
Pride Durham's Mission is to support and promote LGBT and related organizations across the Durham region. It will be run by volunteers with the objective of providing Durham Region with its own LGBT Pride events. This festival of events has been very successful and steadily growing since it was first set up.
Pride Toronto is a not-for-profit organization with a mission to bring people together to celebrate the history, courage and diversity of our community.
Uniting and empowering people with diverse sexual orientations, gender identities and gender expressions, the annual Pride Toronto festival has become a major Canadian arts and cultural event and the largest Pride celebration in North America. Pride showcases Toronto on the world stage with diversity, inclusion and vibrant creativity.
Winnipeg Pride is the Pride of the Prairies – one of the largest celebration of LGBTTQ culture between Toronto and Vancouver. We invite everyone from far and wide to join our welcoming community and celebrate Pride in Winnipeg – the heart of the continent!
The Queen City Pride Festival is an annual, week-long celebration of the LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans*, and Queer) community of Regina and the greater region of South Saskatchewan. The festival features a series of events, organized by Regina Pride and other community organizations, that focus on highlighting our culture, history, achievements, and struggles. Every event strives to educate, entertain, and enlighten participants on our sexual and gender diverse community. The Queen City Pride Festival takes place during the month June, along with Prince Albert Pride, Saskatoon Pride, Moose Jaw Pride, and Swift Current Pride. These festivals take place during Saskatchewan’s “Pride Month”, as proclaimed by the Government of Saskatchewan each year.
Safe and inclusive communities within Simcoe County that supports and unites the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, and Allied (LGBTA) community.
The organizing committee of Thunder Pride is made up of a wide spectrum of Thunder Bay residents including educators, entrepreneurs, union leaders, ministers, artists and film makers,community service workers and others from all walks of life. We come come together to support friends, family, colleagues and neighbours within our city and region. Now into our sixth year of planning, we are in the process of becoming incorporated. We continue to be excited at the number of people who are asking how they can get involved - each one of them eager to help to move this event forward.
Fierte Timmins Pride unites and engages individuals and organizations to educate, advocate, and support the LGBTQ+ community in Timmins and its surrounding areas.
tri-Pride is the non-profit Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer+ (LGBTQ+) pride celebration in Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo and area in Ontario, Canada. tri-Pride Community Association Inc. is the legal name of the non-profit organization incorporated in Ontario whose mandate is to conduct and manage tri-Pride celebrations.
We are Canada’s true Regional Pride Festival based on the quality and variety of our programming and events. Our regional community is a proponent of diversity, innovation and talent.
The Vancouver Pride Society brings together members of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Two-Spirit community, their friends, allies and supporters in celebration of the unique spirit and culture of the LGBTQ2+ community by producing quality, inclusive events such as the Pride Parade and Festivals.
Windsor Pride Community Education and Resource Center provides a safe and positive space where members of the LGBTQ community can find information and referrals to community services and connections to individual and group counseling and peer support. Pride also provides diversity education and resources for Windsor Essex at large and advocates for the LGBTQ community through partnerships and leadership in broader initiatives.