Pride

RCMP in Alberta investigate after Pride path vandalized with tar and feathers

RCMP in Alberta investigate after Pride path vandalized with tar and feathers

RCMP in Alberta investigate after Pride path vandalized with tar and feathers

 

Toronto’s huge Pride Parade slated for Sunday; police still shut out

Toronto’s huge Pride Parade slated for Sunday; police still shut out

Toronto’s unabashedly in-your-face celebration of everything LGBTQ is set to take place…

 

United Conservative leader won’t attend Edmonton Pride, holding separate event

United Conservative leader won’t attend Edmonton Pride, holding separate event

EDMONTON — Alberta Opposition Leader Jason Kenney says he will not attend…

United Conservative leader won’t attend Edmonton Pride, holding separate event
Edmonton police officers won’t be wearing uniforms for Pride parade

Edmonton police officers won’t be wearing uniforms for Pride parade

EDMONTON — Police officers will march in this year’s Edmonton Pride festival,…

Edmonton police officers won’t be wearing uniforms for Pride parade
Leadership candidate wants new party in Pride party

Leadership candidate wants new party in Pride party

Leadership candidate wants party in Pride party CALGARY — A leadership candidate…

Leadership candidate wants new party in Pride party

Police treating burning of Pride flag as arson

Police treating burning of Pride flag as arson TABER — Police in…

Military drawing up directive on Pride events

OTTAWA — Canada’s top soldier is planning to issue a directive in…

Red Deer city councillors joined in the painting at Ross Street and Gaetz Avenue where the intersection got a rainbow makeover Monday morning for Central Alberta Pride Week, in 2016. Red Deer North MLA Kim Schreiner, Deputy Mayor Dianne Wyntjes, Central Alberta Pride Society events co-ordinator Joel Graham, Coun. Paul Harris and Coun. Frank Wong attended the installation. (Advocate file photo)

Central Alberta Pride packed with fun, celebrations and reminders of struggles

Though June is LGBTQ+ pride month, in Central Alberta Pride Week is…

Red Deer city councillors joined in the painting at Ross Street and Gaetz Avenue where the intersection got a rainbow makeover Monday morning for Central Alberta Pride Week, in 2016. Red Deer North MLA Kim Schreiner, Deputy Mayor Dianne Wyntjes, Central Alberta Pride Society events co-ordinator Joel Graham, Coun. Paul Harris and Coun. Frank Wong attended the installation. (Advocate file photo)