Thunder Pride Association & Borderland Pride excited to announce partnership with Sleeping Giant Brewing Company to celebrate Pride Month and Pride Lives Here Thunder Bay, ON – Thunder Pride Association and Borderland Pride are excited to announce and launch ‘Pride Lives Here’ limited edition beer by Sleeping Giant Brewing Co. to celebrate Pride 2020 and the incredible community support of the Pride Lives Here campaign that has swept Northwestern Ontario. The ‘Pride Lives Her
Pride supporters are poised to pounce on Emo with truckloads of queer cheer this Saturday, June 27. Dubbed the “Emo Ambush”, Borderland Pride organizers promise a colourful, safe, and fun family-oriented event to show support for Pride and the cause of LGBTQ2 inclusion in the area. As originally announced, this party will consist of a procession of cars and trucks, decorated in rainbow themes and messages of support for diversity and inclusion. The procession will wind throug
Borderland Pride was denied a resolution in support of Pride by the council of the Township of Emo An LGBTQ2 group has filed a complaint with the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal against a northwestern Ontario municipality alleging that the town council’s refusal to adopt a resolution in support of Pride was discriminatory.
The complaint was filed against the Township of Emo by Borderland Pride, the LGBTQ2 Pride organization for the Rainy River District, where Emo is located.
Pride Lives Here, in the territory we know today as Northwestern Ontario, and has always lived here through the presence of two-spirit people. To celebrate, educate our community, and gain new respect for two-spiritedness, Borderland Pride is planning an online panel discussion. Our distinguished panel will include: Levi Foy, a member of Couchiching First Nation, more popularly known as Prairie Sky. Levi has spent most of their life in Manitoba but Treaty 33 will always be ho
It's an Emo Ambush! Borderland Pride is taking truckloads of queer cheer to a community in need of some rainbows this Pride Month. On Saturday, June 27, we are taking LGBTQ2 Pride to Emo, Ontario for the very first time in the town's 123-year history! All LGBTQ2 people and their allies are invited to join us for a peaceful protest of pandemic proportions. Pride supporters are invited to rainbow-up and assemble their vehicles at the Emo Arena parking lot at 11 AM (backup spot:
Thunder Pride Association and Borderland Pride will host a virtual townhall meeting on issues facing 2SLGBTIQ+ people in rural and northern communities, such as those in Northwestern Ontario. The event, to be held online, will take place on Thursday, June 18, 2020 from 7:00 to 8:30 PM ET (6:00 to 7:30 PM CT). The speakers on this virtual panel will include: Hon. Bardish Chagger, Minister of Diversity and Inclusion and Youth; Hon. Patty Hajdu, Minister of Health and M.P. for T