Two forthcoming events will feature speakers whose views about identity politics and social justice issues have sparked passionate debates.
World AIDS Day is on December 1, and here are some related Vancouver events over this coming week.
An upcoming event at the Vancouver Public Library has sparked outcry due to the speaker's stance on trans people.
On Instagram, Ng wrote that "an open mind and warm heart will guide you to happiness."
Taylor Mac's play is supposed to be a dark comedy, and there are quite a few funny moments, but it’s also devastatingly sad and complex
Jackie T. Hanlin and Nathania Bernabe demonstrate remarkable agility in their nuanced performances as Sally and Dewdrop.
The sexuality of people with disabilities is something that is underrepresented—or not represented at all.
The Vancouver park board is moving ahead with further initiatives to boost trans community programming.
Although B.C. has made progress in becoming more trans-inclusive, the struggles of trans people remain an ongoing concern.
A new B.C. trans healthcare development will mark a first for Western Canada.
The company's principles first led designer Tina Ozols to develop a women’s line of flattering skirts, pants, and other apparel fit for all body types.
After a public outcry, a Surrey councillor has stepped down as a director of a non-profit autism organization.
A Canadian survey found that trans youth who did have supportive families and schools demonstrated comparatively better health.
The actor sits down with the Straight to discuss his second film behind the camera.
Two gay men were attacked by a male who was videotaped on security cameras.
The Queen biopic thrills in its early scenes, but big problems set in.
Filmmaker and Trans Care B.C. project manager Gwen Haworth says that having documents that reflect a person's identity has positive impacts when it comes to accessing education, employment, housing, and health care.
A sassy spot in the city has gone silent.
This was the first election since 1984 when an openly gay male won't be among the 11 people in the chamber who determine policies that guide city staff.