We acknowledge that we are on the traditional territory of many Nations, including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples, and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. We also acknowledge that Toronto is covered by Treaty 13 with the Mississaugas of the Credit, and the Williams Treaties signed with multiple Mississaugas and Chippewa bands.
We also acknowledge all Treaty peoples – including those who came here as settlers – as migrants either in this generation or in generations past - and those of us who came here involuntarily, particularly forcibly displanted Africans brought here as a result of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade and Slavery. We pay tribute to those ancestors of African origin and descent.
Yalla Roza Nozari (she/her) Artist & Therapist, Toronto
Sat, June 19
Airs 9-10pm


New Ho Queen presents: NHTV Pride


NHTV contains premium asian material, strong language and sex positive content which may be suitable if you aren’t queerphobic or a racist. We are here to spread Queer Asian Love!

Produced by:
Patrick Salvani
Vernon Rubiano
Lulu Wei
Raphael Sanchez
John Thai

Hosted by:
Adrienne Wu
Justin Bignall



Closed Captioning will be available for this event. ASL Interpreters can be booked by contacting office@pridetoronto.com a minimum of five (5) days prior to the event. Pride Toronto thanks the TD Ready Commitment for their support in presenting ASL Interpretation for Pride 2021

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Sun, June 20
Airs 1-2pm



















Senior Pride


A chance to celebrate all self-identified Seniors, in a virtual setting where we can pay homage to the many years of commemorating the 2SLGBTQ+ Community and provide a space to reflect on the specific concerns, victories, and characteristics of 2SLGBTQ+ Seniors in Toronto.

Curated by:
The SeniorPride Community Committee


Closed Captioning will be available for this event. ASL Interpreters can be booked by contacting office@pridetoronto.com a minimum of five (5) days prior to the event. Pride Toronto thanks the TD Ready Commitment for their support in presenting ASL Interpretation for Pride 2021
Sun, June 20
Airs 2:30-3:30pm




Family Pride


Celebrate the strength and uniqueness of 2SLGBTQ+ families and children. We are honoured to be bringing our community families together for 21 years! Although we cannot gather like we are used to in the school playground, join us online for a fun-packed hour of online entertainment.

Curated by:
The Family Pride Community Committee


Closed Captioning will be available for this event. ASL Interpreters can be booked by contacting office@pridetoronto.com a minimum of five (5) days prior to the event. Pride Toronto thanks the TD Ready Commitment for their support in presenting ASL Interpretation for Pride 2021

Presented by   
Sun, June 20
Airs 4-5pm












ASL Youth


A showcase of d/Deaf youth ASL artists and performers.

Curated by:
Deaf Spectrum


Closed Captioning will be available for this event. ASL Interpreters can be booked by contacting office@pridetoronto.com a minimum of five (5) days prior to the event. Pride Toronto thanks the TD Ready Commitment for their support in presenting ASL Interpretation for Pride 2021
Sun, June 20
Airs 5:30-6:30pm


Bloom


The 6ix is home to migrating and transient 2SLGBTQIA+ artists flourishing, elevating, and rising in their creative practice through performance storytelling. Bloom Stage is a space for youth, emerging, and new artists craving a space to bloom into the abundant Queer community of Toronto and share themselves in a creative prideful way!

Curated by:
Ty Sloane


Closed Captioning will be available for this event.

Presented by   

Sun, June 20
Airs 7-8pm


BQC Toronto Presents:
My Black Is Essential


Closed Captioning will be available for this event.

Presented by TJX Canada   

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In honour of all the people, we’ve lost this year and all those disproportionately affected by COVID-19. BQC Toronto Presents: My Black Is Essential. A showcase celebrating some Black Queer and Trans Youth in our community.

We are unapologetically Black. Our Blackness is what gives us a voice when we think we don’t have one. Our Blackness connects us to our past, present and future. Our Blackness is resilience in times of suffering. Our Blackness protects us. Our Blackness is essential.

Curated by:
BQC

Mon, June 21
Airs 6-7pm






Indigenous People’s Day Showcase


Closed Captioning will be available for this event. ASL Interpreters can be booked by contacting office@pridetoronto.com a minimum of five (5) days prior to the event. Pride Toronto thanks the TD Ready Commitment for their support in presenting ASL Interpretation for Pride 2021
The Indigenous People's Day showcase will feature a circle discussion led by Elder Blu Waters with 2S & Indigiqueer leaders from 2-Spirited People of the 1st Nations Leadership Building Initiative - Kiley May, and Shane Lyon. As well as traditional Anishinaabe singing from Kiyana Johnston and Anishinaabe dancing from Nenookaasi. 

Curated by:
Ethan Dankert-Lannigan
Weird Alice Yankadic

Fri, June 25
Airs 3-4pm



Trans Pride


Please enjoy Toronto’s Trans Rally and March, a welcoming space for all Trans people, non-binary people, friends of, and allies who rally and march together. In a typical year, Trans women of colour and people with different abilities are encouraged to lead the march and set the pace for all however, this year, in light of Covid-19, we are celebrating in a virtual space for an hour of speakers and performers and community engagement.

Curated by:
The Trans Pride Community Committee


Closed Captioning will be available for this event. ASL Interpreters can be booked by contacting office@pridetoronto.com a minimum of five (5) days prior to the event. Pride Toronto thanks the TD Ready Commitment for their support in presenting ASL Interpretation for Pride 2021
Fri, June 25
Airs 4:30-5:30pm


F*ck Shit Up! A Trans and Non- Binary Cabaret


F*ck Shit Up! is a Trans and Non-Binary Cabaret of drag, burlesque, music and more, produced and hosted by Babia Majora and Fluffy Soufflé.

Curated by:
Babia Majora and Fluffy Souffle


Closed Captioning will be available for this event.

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Fri, June 25
Airs 6-7pm







brOWN//out


brOWN//out is a mixtape of adventures. Rushing from waters, mountains and plains of homeland(s) through the diaspora and back. Over and over again. brOWN//out is a community space for south asian queer and trans artists: singers, poets, dancers, drag and burlesque artists, musicians and more.

The term "south asian" is used strategically: there is no way to adequately represent all the complexities of having identities connected to "South Asia," which can include diasporic, Nepali, NRI, Tamil, Indo-Caribbean, Oriya-speaking, brown, Fijian, Maldivian, mixed-race, Pakistani,  and more.
The inadequateness of the term means that many “South Asian” community spaces have perpetuated the harm of exclusion, in particular of Black South Asian folks. The work of disrupting anti-Blackness of “South Asian” spaces is crucial and necessary. brOWN//out can be, and needs to be, a place for this disruption.

Curated by:
Anu Radha Verma


Closed Captioning will be available for this event.
Jenelle Lewis (she/her) Illustrator, Toronto
Fri, June 25
Airs 7:30-8:30pm










Catalyst


Catalyst is a Virtual Two-Spirit and Indigiqueer Variety Show showcasing contemporary Indigenous storytelling, art and performance.

Closed Captioning will be available for this event.

Curated by:
Weird Alice
Ethan Dankert-Lannigan 

Hosted by Kai Potts, featuring art and performances from Adrienne Huard, Andayah Laramee, Candy Blair, Jesse King, MX Wolverine, Mikey Elliot, Ravyn Wngz, and Scott Wabano 

Fri, June 25
Airs 9-10pm











YES YES Y'ALL


One of Toronto’s most inclusive Queer bashment parties around, YES YES YA’LL has solidifed itself as a Toronto institution, with heavy emphasis on Hip Hop, R&B, Dancehall and Soca.

Closed Captioning will be available for this event.

Curated by:
Sammy Rawal
Nino Brown

Featuring:
DJs Jordior
Bambii

Hosted by:
EBHONI

Visuals by:
blackpowerbarbie

Sat, June 26
Airs 1-2pm


Dyke Pride


The Toronto Dyke March welcomes all self-identified Dykes, Trans Dykes, non-binary Dykes and any other Dyke to join us virtually and hosts an online grassroots political demonstration with critical mass. The Toronto Dyke March has been a landmark of Pride Month for many years and will remain as resilient as ever with a host of performers, speakers, and community activists.

Curated by:
The Dyke Community Committee


Closed Captioning will be available for this event. ASL Interpreters can be booked by contacting office@pridetoronto.com a minimum of five (5) days prior to the event. Pride Toronto thanks the TD Ready Commitment for their support in presenting ASL Interpretation for Pride 2021
Sat, June 26
Airs 2:30-3:30pm





ASL Programming


A celebration of our Queer d/Deaf ASL artists.

Curated by:
Deaf Spectrum


Closed Captioning will be available for this event. ASL Interpreters can be booked by contacting office@pridetoronto.com a minimum of five (5) days prior to the event. Pride Toronto thanks the TD Ready Commitment for their support in presenting ASL Interpretation for Pride 2021
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