Dyke Pride

The Dyke March is a dyke and lesbian centred space that honours Toronto’s dyke community. This year, Pride Toronto’s annual Dyke Rally is also going virtual, with a theme of “We’re Still Here” to celebrate the history and strength of Toronto’s dynamic Dyke community. This year, in light of Covid-19, we are bringing the rally and march online with speakers and performers.


Juno-nominated artist and musician Iskwe will be in conversation with Jason Baerg another Métis artist about queer life, art process, creative influences, and Indigenous community. Their conversation will be followed by a line up of Toronto-based, Two Spirit artists performing and discussing their latest work.

ASL Programming

A segment of ASL programming highlighting different art forms. Join us on Saturday, June 27th to get a splash of entertainment in American Sign Language (ASL) by talented Deaf Queer and Trans performers! Tune in at 2:30 in the afternoon to see acts by your favourite performers! Support Deaf Talent!


Toronto's only queer South Asian dance party graces our stream with over three hours of Bollywood-inspired performances and dancing!


Joining us from Scarborough by way of Jaffna, Sri Lanka, DJ Kow has been DJing for 5+ years and spins anything from Hip hop to Dancehall to sounds from her mother tongue, Tamil. DJ Kow represents an award winning class of DJs from RLE SoundCrew. Her goal is to make young females across the globe especially within the South Asian Community realize that they too can dominate a male dominated industry.

Drag Hour

Nothing can stop Toronto's drag community. Not even evil Miss Rona. Drag queens and kings have stepped up their game during the Quarantine and have been giving of some pretty amazing shows from home.

Drag Ball

Canada's Drag Race Queens will be performing sickening lip-sync performances. Canada's Drag Race premieres Thursday July 2 only on @CraveCanada.


Lavender is a two-year-old staple in Toronto for LGBT2Q+ women, trans, and nonbinary folks!