A teenager with short black hair, sunglasses, a buttoned up t-shirt and checkered purse staring at their phone. Pictured against an orange wall.

Social media can hurt kids. For many 2SLGBTQ+ youth, it’s a lifeline.

The internet can be a scary place. For queer kids, it’s sometimes the only safe place they have.

Len and Cub: A secret love

Len Keith and Cub Coates fell for each other in early 20th-century New Brunswick, at a time and place where queer relationships were taboo. Their story was almost lost forever—until a collection of tender photographs brought their romance into the light.

Reflecting on Steinbach’s historic first Pride Parade

LGBTQ residents of small-town Steinbach, in Manitoba, consider the meaning of a historic Pride where supporters came out and local officials didn’t

Small-town Steinbach fills to bursting with gay pride

When local officials refused to attend the small Manitoba town’s first Pride parade, supporters arrived in droves

Egale executive director, Helen Kennedy (centre), releases the report Grossly Indecent with constitutional lawyer Douglas Elliott (left) and Todd Ross, who was given an honourable discharge from the army in the 80s for being gay.

Egale’s Helen Kennedy on Canada’s homophobic, transphobic past

In wake of the Orlando attack, Egale’s executive director talks about the ‘Grossly Indecent’ report and the need to right historical wrongs