Here's our guide to Vancouver Pride.
As Vancouver heads towards its annual Pride celebrations, there’s no shortage of companies jumping on the rainbow bandwagon.
Proceeds from sales of Pride Packs and t-shirts will benefit local LGBT organizations.
B.C.'s first parliamentary secretary for gender equity offers her thoughts in advance of the big celebrations in Vancouver.
The archbishop of the Diocese of New Westminster, Melissa Skelton, has expressed disappointment over the vote at the church's synod last night.
As part of Indian Summer Festival, the man whose Sun City photo series is part of the Moving Still exhibit, talks about gay life in a country where homosexuality was a criminal act up until last year.
Hennys have been all a-tizzy and revving their engines in the True North, strong and fierce.
The Love is in the Air: Pride Installation Competition is open to all UBC students, faculty, staff and residents.
The Vancouver Pride Society announced that UBC’s application to the 2019 parade was declined.
A defiantly queer record marks a cool new beginning
Women in Film and Television Vancouver held their 20th anniversary awards gala on July 2.
Next time you find yourself on the outside looking in take a moment to look around.
The installation will approximately cost $15,000.
Supporters of the flag tried to drown out protesters from Culture Guard.
The Mission, B.C.-raised pop star will be on the Bud Light float.
Rainbow crosswalks continue to pop up across the province, including breaking ground in new areas.
Smith previously had talks at Douglas College in New Westminster and Trinity Western University in Langley cancelled.
Featuring: Peach Cobblah, Svend Robinson, Allan Morgan, Vancouver Youth Choir, and a dance your pants off performance by Queer as Funk.
The offer is available to all new students from July to September.
The program boasts a high level of musicality, even if Thor’s repertoire might include pop hits from Lady Gaga and Madonna, as well as an outrageous tango routine.