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  • U.S. marines under fire for tweeting picture of rainbow bullets for Pride
    People of every political alignment were outraged by the U.S. marines after they tweeted a picture of rainbow bullets to herald Pride Month.
    Trending
    Jun 2
  • U.S. Supreme Court rules LGBTQ+ workers protected from job discrimination
    The court decided by a 6-3 vote that a key provision of the 1964 Civil Rights Act that bars job discrimination because of sex encompasses bias against LGBT employees.
    World
    Jun 15, 2020
  • How closely is the LGBTQ2 community watching the U.S. election? Very
    'You don't think to yourself, "I need to prepare for the government to take away my rights," but that's where LGBTQ+ people are today.'
    Politics
    Nov 2, 2020
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  • Thousands rallying and marching for LGBTQ rights across U.S.
    In the nation's capital, and dozens of other cities across the U.S., supporters of LGBTQ rights mobilized for marches and rallies Sunday, celebrating their gains but angered over threats to those advances.
    Politics
    Jun 11, 2017
  • Federal government asked Canadians if they’re ‘comfortable’ with LGBT people
    Global News has obtained government polls that show Canadians are overwhelmingly accepting of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people playing significant roles in their lives.
    Politics
    Dec 28, 2019
  • Footnote in CUSMA text allows U.S. to avoid LGBTQ rights clause
    A footnote in the new trade deal set to replace NAFTA appears to exempt the U.S. from labour practices that would promote equality in the workplace.
    Canada
    Dec 5, 2018
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  • U.S. House approves LGBTQ rights bill despite opposition from most Republicans
    U.S. President Donald Trump is widely expected to veto the legislation if it reaches his desk.
    Politics
    May 17, 2019
  • US Census suggests counting LGBTQ, then corrects and deletes
    Gay rights groups quickly declared that it was another sign that President Donald Trump was reneging on a campaign promise to protect them.
    Politics
    Mar 29, 2017
  • U.S. Supreme Court set to weigh major LGBTQ employment rights cases
    The issue is whether a key provision of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that bars discrimination in employment because of sex covers LGBT people.
    World
    Oct 8, 2019
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  • Alberta government establishes LGBTQ guidelines for schools
    Alberta Education Minister David Eggen released guidelines Wednesday morning in developing policies the government said will help create welcoming environments for all students, staff and families.
    Education
    Jan 13, 2016
  • U.S. should follow Canada and scrap COVID-19 border rules, lawmakers urge White House
    White House officials have so far refused to say whether U.S. vaccine rules for foreign travellers will change at the end of the month, despite Canada reportedly doing so.
    World
    Sep 23
  • U.S. Marines investigated for sharing nude photos of female Marines, veterans
    Some of the photos of female Marines, veterans and other women were taken without their knowledge.
    World
    Mar 5, 2017
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  • Being Two-Spirit and trans in Canada: How colonization shaped the way we view gender diversity
    Two-Spiritedness, a relatively new term to describe an historic concept in Indigenous communities, acknowledges the fluidity and spectrum of gender identity and expression.
    Canada
    Jun 8
  • Calgary Pride says LGBTQ refugees to lead the Pride parade in September
    Calgary Pride says this year's parade marshals will be LGBTQ refugees who now call the city home.
    Canada
    Aug 3
  • ‘Patience is wearing thin,’ for Maritimers who question if utilities ready for storms
    Nova Scotia Power's lead in the response to Fiona said the privately owned utility was coping with thousands of broken lines and hundreds of damaged poles.
    Canada
    Sep 29
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  • LGBTQ people often victims of violent hate crimes in Canada
    LGBTQ people are often the target of violent hate crimes in Canada, and the attacks have lasting effects.
    Features
    Jun 15, 2016
  • U.S. holds 1st hearing on UFOs in over 50 years: ‘A potential national security threat’
    Navy officials testified that over 400 incidents of unexplained aerial phenomena have been spotted by military personnel since 2004.
    Science
    May 17
  • Ukrainian LGBTQ2S+ community hopes for safe escape: ‘Please, don’t leave us alone’
    As Russian forces continue their invasion on Ukraine, members of the LGBTQ2S+ community sleep in safe houses awaiting the right time to flee the war. 
    World
    Mar 19
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  • Florida passes bill to end Disney’s special status amid LGBTQ education feud
    Florida passed a bill that would revoke Disney's self-governing status following the company's opposition to a new state law limiting discussion of LGBTQ issues in schools.
    World
    Apr 21
  • Saskatoon elects first openly gay MLA, Nathaniel Teed
    'There's quite a need for queer representation in the education field and so I thought it was really important to continue to have representative voices in our legislature.'
    Canada
    Sep 27