Moving Forward - The Future of Pride Toronto: A message to the Members and Community from the Board of Pride Toronto
A message to the Members and Community from the Board of Pride Toronto:
ride Toronto’s 2014 Annual General Meeting (AGM) marked another significant milestone for Pride Toronto, coming off the success of WorldPride 2014. Thanks for helping us deliver the biggest Pride celebration that the LGBTTIQQ2SA* community has ever seen around the world!Read More
Pride Toronto is seeking candidates for the position of Executive Director. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director of Pride Toronto will lead the Board of Directors, staff and volunteers through the implementation of a new five-‐year strategic plan with the goal of elevating the organization to a level that reflects the world-class nature of the Pride Festival.Read More
Pride Toronto is seeking individuals for its Board of Directors to help lead the organization for the next three (3) years. As the organization strives to increase the diversity of the board, Pride Toronto strongly encourages women and individuals from historically marginalized communities to apply.Read More
Effective August 31, 2014, Kevin Beaulieu has resigned his position as Executive Director of Pride Toronto. Kevin has made a tremendous contribution since he joined Pride Toronto two years ago. His efforts, along with the staff and volunteers, have resulted in a strengthened community profile and financial position.
Pride Toronto is pleased to announce that all the organizers and volunteers of WorldPride 2014 Toronto have been chosen by the International Lesbian and Gay Cultural Network to receive the “Rainbow Warrior 2014” award “for their outstanding support for international LGBT solidarity and LGBT culture.”Read More
TORONTO) JUNE 26, 2014 - To mark the significance of Global Human Rights please join the conversation either in person or online. This inspiring event will feature keynote speakers as well as a social media human rights campaign asking: “What do global LGBTQ human rights mean to you?” All participants will be invited to contribute their voices to human rights advocacy at a photo booth and post messages to social media, further broadening the dialogue with communities around the world.Read More