Call for Installation Artists : Pride Toronto is looking for installation artists for expression of interest (EOI) for Pride 2022.
The deadline has been extended! Submissions are now due by March 6th, 2022. Pride Toronto is looking to work with a minimum of four (4) installation artists to create visual programming during
Pride Toronto is excited to announce a collaboration with Global Black Pride and Blackness Yes to produce the first in-person and hybrid event in Toronto. Global Black Pride (GBP), the
Pride Toronto unveils Pride 2022 Festival Weekend Dates, including Headliners, as well as Parade Participation Changes.
Pride Toronto is happy to announce that planning for a physical Pride Month and Festival Weekend is in full swing for 2022 – The full month of programming will begin
Pride Toronto urges the federal government to take action in several priority areas that impact 2SLGBTQ+ people across the country
The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, PC, MP Prime Minister of Canada 80 Wellington Street Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A3 Via Email Dear Prime Minister Trudeau, On behalf of Pride Toronto, congratulations on your government’s
Pride Toronto Statement Against Police Violence and in support of residents of the homeless encampments.
Pride Toronto is deeply troubled by the inaction of all levels of government in addressing the long-standing issues of homelessness, and related issues, including affordable housing, mental health and addiction