Flag Raising

Online Event

The City of Toronto will proclaim June as Pride Month and raise the Rainbow and Transgender flags on the podium at City Hall. This annual event brings us together to celebrate the history, courage and diversity of Toronto's 2SLGBTQ+ communities.

Beauty in our History

Online Event

Mango Lassi is a queer Canadian-Pakistani whose drag focus is to bring awareness to the existence of queer Desi folk and breaking the chains of toxic masculinity that hold so many queer Desi’s back from expressing themselves. Learn the history and beauty behind Desi clothing and accessories.

Speak, Surge, Amplify: We Exist in the Future, in partnership with Harbourfront Centre

Black, Indigenous and Afro-Indigenous artists and activists engage in conversations on systems of change and creative process, moderated by Syrus Marcus Ware.
What does change look like, and what are we dreaming for our transformed futures? Bringing together Black, Indigenous and Afro-Indigenous artists and activists in conversations on systems of change and creative process.

Drag Queen Storytime: Scugog Library

Social isolation is not going stop us from celebrating 2021 Pride! Youth Pride Durham, Toronto Drag Queen Storytime and Durham Children's Aid Society are partnering with all of the local libraries in Durham Region to present Virtual Drag Queen Story Time, featuring Lucy Flawless. Each library will present one story time, hosted as a Facebook Live event on the Toronto Drag Queen Storytime Facebook page.

Wellness Wednesdays

Online Event

It’s Wellness Wednesday, time for our mid-week check-in and Yoga with Bronwyn. Bronwyn is a mindful movement instructor living in Toronto. She aims to empower those around her by leading them through informed movement practices.

Weekly Activities

Online Event

This program will use spoken word poetry to engage with and explore gender identity and expression. Participants will watch a live spoken word poetry performance, learn tools to use the art form, and write their own poetry based on their own experiences. Hosted by CANVAS Arts Action Programs

Human Rights Panels

Online Event

Envisioning a d/Deaf Queer Utopia invites d/Deaf Queer panellists to re-imagine a perfect world that is accessible and inclusive for all. What does this world look like? What steps can we take to achieve that goal? We welcome all to engage in this conversation

Timeless: Pride Month Kick-off

Online Event

A kick-off for Pride Month festivities! Pride Toronto is celebrating its 40th year serving the 2SLGBTQ+ community. We’re calling on our community of the past 40 years to come party with us at this Studio 54 inspired virtual showcase.

Sex Talk

Online Event

Andrew Gurza is an award winning Disability Awareness Consultant and the Chief Disability Officer and Co-founder of Handi, a sex toy company that puts pleasure within reach for disabled people. Drew uses he/they pronouns and identifies proudly as disabled. He has spoken all over the world on sex, disability and what it means to be a Queer Cripple. He is also the host of Disability After Dark: The Podcast Shining a Bright Light on Disability Stories.
The show is available on all platforms. Andrew is also the creator of the viral hashtag #DisabledPeopleAreHot.

Rainbow Challah – Baking Class for Families

"Whether you want to learn how to make challah from scratch or infuse more pride into your challah this month, join us for this family-friendly rainbow challah class and demonstration! This interactive class will be led by Pearl Cohen and Lauren Schreiber Sasaki, both weekly challah bakers who love kids, rainbows and Pride all year round!

Participation is optional but an ingredient list will be sent with registration."

Pride Millennials in Toronto

Welcome to the first ever pride online social on Teleport. A live dating experience inspired by the real world. Meet 5 incredible people from the comfort of your own home. If it’s a mutual match, you’ll be able to message and continue the conversation.

Queer Becoming

In celebration of Pride Month, TIFF presents a series of films that resist a “coming out” narrative and instead focus on the process of “coming into” queer identity, community, and family.

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Survey Contest

There Are Two Prize Packs Up For Grabs. Including One Google Pixel Phone In One Of The Packs!

Deadline for the Festival Survey is on July 31, 2021 and the Filter Contest’s deadline is on July 25, 2021.