Toronto is the only Canadian city out of eight global cities to be considered for the quadrennial sports and cultural event.
Toronto has been shortlisted as one of eight candidate cities to host the 2026 Gay Games XII.
Toronto is up against Auckland, New Zealand; Brisbane, Australia; Guadalajara, Mexico; Munich; San Diego; Taipei, Taiwan; and Valencia, Spain.
The deadline for cities to deliver their main bid books is Nov. 1, 2020. The announcement for the winning host city is expected in 2022.The Daily Courier
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Global Pride 2020 went online on June 27th to 57 million viewers! That’s an incredible number. To ensure Global Pride is back in 2021, please follow the link below and donate to this worthy organization.
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They & Us launches June 22
Gender identity. Gender expression. Non-binary. While you may hear these terms in the news, social discussions and academia, for many, it’s unfamiliar territory. Are you up to speed?
CBC British Columbia host Wil Fundal explores gender and more in They & Us: a six-part podcast series about people who have had to go beyond the binary – the “he” and “she” – to figure out who they truly are.
To read more, check out this story on CBC