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.
Pussy isn't the only thing that's God
In a written decision, the three-judge panel considered the ruling of two lower court judges in the case of A.B. v. C.D.
Taiwan became the first East Asian country to legalize same-sex marriage—and the KMT's dog-whistling to homophobes didn't help its populist candidate, Han Kuo-yu.
Smyth sold his share in Little Sister's—which had become a gathering place for Vancouver's queer community—in 2016, two year's after partner Jim Deva's death.
All of us are a multiplicity of identities—and this was especially true of Hamilton. She represented a kaleidoscope of causes and perspectives.
When travelling, LGBT Canadians are often reminded that the progress achieved within this nation may not necessarily be matched outside it.
A controversial local activist who gained notoriety for a high-profile human-rights case has been arrested in Metro Vancouver.
Driven by the '90s hits of Matthew Sweet, the production could crank up the energy and edginess a little more in tale of teen sexual awakening.
Ode to the city's famous LGBTQ eatery draws on holiday standards and music from its last installment.
Julian Galipeau and Scott McGowan star as two teens who discover feelings for each other as they finish the last year of high school.
Here's the latest installment in a series of articles about the NPA's new board of directors.
Meanwhile, Goldenchild told Global B.C. News that he's never spoken about SOGI 123 and expressed frustration that he has been linked to this issue.
A statement was issued after Coun. Rebecca Bligh resigned from the party.
In a statement to the Straight, Bligh praised the NPA's elected caucus, saying there's a clear distinction between it and the new NPA board.
Ray Goldenchild, who ran for Vancouver 1st, and Phyllis Tang, who ran for Yes Vancouver, both attended a post-election party in 2018 in Surrey where several vocally anti-SOGI 123 candidates were present.