Halifax Young Gay Author Published

Luca Wexler (AKA The Avalon Knight) is an aspiring super hero. Or at least he hopes to be. At seventeen, he’s only started training when San Fransisco becomes the target of an anti-corporate extremist hell-bent on stopping development in the city at any cost. As this cyber-terrorist known as The Gentleman wreaks havoc on The City, Luca takes it upon himself to hunt him down.


Halifax Queer Book Club

HAGS, the Halifax Area Gossip & Literary Society, reads a book and then gathers over drinks and snacks to discuss what they thought about it.

Lambda Literary Award finalist, MY BODY IS YOURS, is a memoir about fathers and sons, breaking out of gender norms, and reconciling with a dangerous childhood.


Pain & Trauma & Art Therapy

Art therapy can help us with common experiences: the gradual or sudden loss of physical ability, pain, emotional loss due to bereavement, etc.


Halifax Big Gay Book Sale

HALIFAX • 2018-04-18

The Youth Project has too many books! We've had many donations of LGBTQ+ titles over the years, which we're very thankful for, but we're running out of space on our shelves! 

Because we find ourselves primarily using children's books, YA fiction & non-fiction, and education/health titles in our work, we realized we have a TON of other LGBTQ+ books that would be better off in the hands of folks in our community. 


Moncton Pride 2018

Greater Moncton's LGBTQ+ community organization, River of Pride, is announcing the return of its largest initiative. Greater Moncton Pride Week will take place August 18 to 25, 2018.


Halifax broker's book confesses secrets to mortgage success

Clinton Wilkins. Photo Credit: Mark Goudge

HALIFAX • 2018-04-16 • Jordan Parker

Clinton Wilkins remains a humble presence in the home lending community --  despite being crowned as the "$62 million man" in 2011.

During that year, as a member of Centum Home Lenders Ltd., the openly gay broker broke records when he wrote $62-million worth of mortgages in the city.


Halifax Trans Day of Remembrance Call For Presenters / Performers

The 2017 Trans Day of Remembrance will be held at the O'Regan Hall in the Halifax Central Library on November 20, 2:30 - 4:30pm.

Organizers are currently seeking trans identified performers, speakers, spoken word and music performers.  Jessica Dempsey will be MC for the event.

If you would like to be a speaker, performer or presenter, please contact Jessica at jessicadempsey@dal.ca



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