(Vancouver, B.C.) “The Pride movement started as a protest march to demand our rights as full and equal citizens, regardless of our sexual orientation or gender identity,” says Vancouver Pride Society (VPS) President Tim Richards.

“While substantial gains have been made for Gays and Lesbians, Transgender and Gender-Variant...

The 2015 Official Pride Guide offers the most comprehensive listing of Official Pride Events and over 70 community events! Find out about special PRIDE offers, community resources, the Trans Equality Now campaign, scholarships and more! This year's guide also features editorials from community members on topics like femme identity and bisexual erasure. View the guide online for free

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Hindsight is always 20/20. The Vancouver Pride Society will soon be accepting applications to Pride’s Top 20/20, a campaign that recognizes 20 BC youth that are under 20 years of age for creating safe spaces and promoting LGBTQ2+ inclusion and rights in their communities. Pride is working with the LOUD Foundation to provide four of the 20 recognized students with scholarships, allowing them to continue their LGBTQ2+ activism throughout their post...

This year’s Pride Grand Marshals exemplify what it means to be a community leaders through their individual commitments to inclusiveness and honouring diversity. These remarkable individuals represent an intergenerational and international perspective on Pride and shape its spirit with their passion for equality. To inspire people this year and reflect the diversity at Pride, Roan Reimer, Michelle Fortin, and Romi Chandra Herbert are this year’s Pride Grand Marshals!