The Atlantic Jewish Council's Shalom Magazine devoted a page to their participation in Pride 2018. The full issue can be found here.
The Community-Based Research Centre for Gay Men’s Health (CBRC) has several upcoming webinars of interest for those who work with gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (gbMSM).
Loneliness – in collaboration with Ontario’s Gay Men’s Sexual Health Alliance
These webinars will begin with an exploration of the concept of loneliness and its impacts on behaviour. It will then move on to explore risk factors specific to gbMSM and best ways to reduce and prevent loneliness.
A two-part series:
"There are always a million things going through our heads, and this programming has been months in the making. We have been filling in a lot of details, but I don't often feel this good going in," says Adam Reid, Halifax Pride's executive director
Sex Now 2018 is a survey of gay, bi, queer, and other men into men (including trans guys and two-spirit guys). We need volunteers at Halifax Pride to recruit and assist survey participants.
Enigmatically as ever, Sam wrote his own obituary.
By: Village of Pugwash Commission • June 26, 2018
The Chair of the Pugwash Village Commission says it is unfair that Pugwash is being dragged into a controversy that has nothing to do with the village.
The Maritime Conference of the Seventh Day Adventist Church will host a week long conference with one agenda item that has raised concern in the LGBTQ community.
Bill Martin says the conference is staged annually at Camp Pugwash, a church facility about ten kilometres from Pugwash.
Amherst held its second Pride Parade on June 16th. It was a great success and the participants and onlookers had a great time.
HALIFAX • 2018-06-27 • By Jordan Parker
Dalhousie University is taking cues from the European Union in their public panel and discussion surrounding housing for seniors in the LGBTQi2S population in Halifax.
Allan (Chicky) Polchies Jr. has spent his life creating a legacy he can be proud of.
With the election of the St. Mary's member as the new chief, he becomes the first openly Two-Spirit First Nations leader in Atlantic Canadian history.
Halifax • 2018-06-18 • By Jordan Parker
Someone recently said to me, "When you're gay, you don't just come out once. You come out every time you meet someone new."
For a large sample size of the LGBTQI2S community, there's that original, fearful and honest moment with your friends, family and those closest to you.
But we meet new people, co-workers, associates, significant others of friends and any manner of others who intersect in our lives every day. We are consistently reaffirming who we are.