The Vancouver Pride Society is boosting its efforts to address the needs of Indigenous, black, and people of colour community members.
The chair of the Burnaby Board of Education says his spirits are lifted when he hears students speak about diversity and equality.
He also won the Golden Globe, BAFTA, and Screen Actors Guild award for his performance.
It wasn’t until Hudson had travelled to art school in Portland as a young adult that a roommate introduced Hudson to drag.
Sackville duo has killer chops and the conviction that no song idea is too weird.
Across B.C., white ski slopes are increasingly being illuminated with the colours of the rainbow.
In this multimedia dance-theatre work from Australia, blood becomes a symbol of what connects him to his Aboriginal heritage, and what threatens to separate him from living happily ever after with a partner.
A new Arrowverse series is gearing up to join the pack—and is preparing to break new ground.
If you think Canada’s a drag, you may not have realized that’s actually quite a fabulous aspect of the country.
Try not to get fired up yourself.
The closure of West End bar 1181 proved to be a shock to the Davie Street nightlife scene.
His diagnosis might lead you to expect bleak subject matter in his solo show, but the multidisciplinary work is, at its core, about hope and love.
The writer behind Rihanna's hit "Cheers (Drink to That) as well as tracks for the Backstreet Boys and Christina Aguilera “doesn’t need any fucking favours.”
For LGBT snowlovers, this year's Canadian winter Pride season is bringing rainbow colours to the white slopes of Western Canada.
After going on a break for a few years, Mr. Gay Canada is back.
It’s fully engaging in the role-play itself that’s hot and exciting.
The incumbent Liberal MP, Terry Beech, won the riding in 2015 by 3,401 votes.
It occurred as a large group of trans people and their allies gathered outside with banners.
LGBT and sex-work activists, allies, and organizations are slated to hold a protest tonight at a downtown event that they consider to be hate speech.
The colloquium hopes to inspired the next generation of those working to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic.