It’s hard not to feel a bit of hope about the scope of representation and lived experiences gracing the boards this season.
Over 7,200 sexual minority men in Canada responded to the 2019 survey.
Through direct action, and appealing to an Indigenous politician, the youths are forcing officials to listen to them and to do politics differently.
Go see Sara-Jeanne Hosie's new musical at the Firehall Arts Centre so that we can start talking freely and healthily about sex every day of the week.
Even to the most seasoned veterans of Vancouver’s film community, Crazy8s has something to offer.
Here’s something for women attracted to women on the Valentine’s long weekend.
This gorgeously crafted 18th-century tale is also shot through with Greek mythology, with the hellbound tale of Orpheus and Eurydice front and centre.
London Drugs' collection raises funds for United Way, carrying messages in Farsi and Tagalog and sentiments like "To a very special gal from a very lucky lady".
Tim Stevenson says Pete Buttigieg’s success a testament to acceptance of LGBT people.
A local nonprofit organization that arose during the onset of the AIDS crisis is coming to a close.
The series is being presented in tandem with two current art exhibitions.
The Vancouver Public Library says it recognizes the importance of freedom of expression as a core principle of democracy.
When the Trocks return to town, watch for him under the noms de ballet Minnie Van Driver and William Vanilla.
A high-profile trans activist and former provincial NDP candidate claims that someone distributed racist pamphlets in an East Vancouver n
Rainbows are ready to illuminate the white slopes of Whistler once again.
Hamilton, who died on December 23, was a noted advocate and activist for sex workers' and LGBT rights.
In an interview on CTV’s Power Play, Décarie stated that he would defund abortion and opposes same-sex marriage.
The pioneering choreographer is remembered through archival footage, interviews, and new interpretations shot in 3-D.
This February, Show One Productions brings a performance laden with energy, oomph, and humour to the Queen Elizabeth Theatre.
Men struggling with their crystal-meth use for sex can find support from some upcoming groups.