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Vancouver Selfie Spots for Gay Travellers

Vancouver Selfie Spots for Gay Travellers

Gay photographer Randall Shirley set out to capture several of Vancouver’s gay-interest spots. A selfie at any of them could be a great way to say: look where I am! His lens selected these iconic spots: 1. Permanent rainbow crosswalks are at the heart of Davie Village, intersection of Davie and Bute streets. 2. Vancouver […]

Whistler for a Week: Pride & Ski Festival 2015

Whistler for a Week: Pride & Ski Festival 2015

WinterPRIDE has a new name for the New Year. It is being relaunched as Whistler Pride and Ski Week Festival, set for 24-31 January 2015. GayWhistler’s international event is one of the world’s leading mountain festivals that celebrates diversity. It is celebrating its 23rd year in 2015, and as usual will feature a packed events […]

Whistler Pride and Ski Festival

Whistler Pride and Ski Festival

The Canadian ski town of Whistler will beam with pride as it welcomes its’ annual Whistler Pride and Ski Festival. Nestled just outside of Vancouver, this sport-lover’s haven sees thousands flocks to its slopes to bask in its world-renowned Winter opportunities. Set amongst some of Canada’s most beautiful backdrops, Whistler is truly a premiere winter destination. Famous for […]

Vancouver’s Boldfest Celebrates Older Lesbians and Dykes

Vancouver’s Boldfest Celebrates Older Lesbians and Dykes

For the last eight years, the Bold Old(er) Lesbians & Dykes conference has attracted lesbians aged 45+ from across Canada, the US and even Australia! It convenes at the Coast Plaza Hotel each year, on the weekend after Labour Day weekend. The lesbian welcoming, dog-friendly‬ Coast Plaza is in the heart of Vancouver’s gay West […]

Video: Vancouver’s BOLDFest celebrates older lesbians and dykes

Never heard of BOLDfest? Watch this video then you will want to pack your bags for the next BOLDfest Read More

WorldPride Gala Awards Features kd & Lea

WorldPride Gala Awards Features kd & Lea

WorldPride 2014 announces that k.d. lang and comedian and jazz vocalist Lea DeLaria will perform at the WorldPride Awards Gala in Toronto on 25 June.  The event is a fundraiser in support of Camp fYrefly, Canada’s only national leadership retreat. “I’m proud to be a Canadian because we embrace and celebrate diversity,” says k.d. lang. […]

Fierte: Montreal Pride Event Turns 8

Fierte: Montreal Pride Event Turns 8

Fierté Montréal Pride is back for an 8th edition from 11-17 August. This just might be the most exciting and colourful Pride celebration in North America! After all, Montréal has a rich history of celebrating its LGBT population and being at the forefront of the gay rights movement globally. The program will include free shows […]

Life is a Cabaret in Vancouver

Life is a Cabaret in Vancouver

Vancouver Pride Festival (August 3) is not just a celebration for gays and lesbians. It’s a celebration of diversity and anybody who shares the ‘life is a cabaret’ spirit will feel right at home! Parties, tea dances, cruises, a parade and a spectacular final event makes this an unforgettable celebration every summer. Website: www.vancouverpride.ca Visiting […]

World Pride Toronto – 20-29 June 2014

World Pride Toronto – 20-29 June 2014

  20-29 June 2014, the LGBTI community will have the world in its hands as World Pride 2014 rocks the Canadian epicentre of pride, Toronto!  This global celebration of the international LGBTI community is a way to show off how far we have come and how much more we need to do! Toronto, having been […]

Black & Blue Festival Montreal – October 9-15

  Sometimes, being black and blue, isn’t a bad thing!  This October 9-15, Montreal sets off one of the biggest circuit parties on the Canadian scene with Black & Blue! Starting in 1991, a group of friends got together and wanted to throw a party of epic proportion and today, 22 years later, the party […]

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Rainbow Rambler on Travel Photography

Tip: When visiting a new land, listen to the locals, listen to your fellow tourists, put down your cameras and just be. Anyone who’s been to the Louvre in Paris or Borobudur Temple in Java will have seen that kind of tourist who walks around everywhere with their selfie-stick phone or camera in front of […]

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