DaPoPo, an indie theatre company based in K’jipuktuk/Halifax, was founded in 2004 as the original in-house company of The Bus Stop Theatre. DaPoPo became a staple at Menz & Mollyz with Café DaPoPo and part of the annual Pride line-up, and hosted the annual Live-In Festival from 2008-2018.
Ten years ago, forty-five Nova Scotian queer folk gathered to discuss how to foster 2SLGBTQ+ community in our province and beyond. Over the course of two days, we identified five important projects. We look at those recommendations and how we did with them.
A new board game called Rainbow Quest encompasses a surprising variety of interactive challenges, all based on LGBTQ+ His/Herstory and Culture, as players traverse a rainbow path of flag challenges to reach a colorful "Better World for Everyone."
Jason Spurrell, the force of nature behind the legendary drag personality Rouge Fatale, is scheduled for serious back surgery on March 25th, and friends have organized a fund raiser.
Garry Dart (they/she/he) will discuss her experience as a genderfluid individual and share important concepts for understanding gender identity and expression.
As individuals, our voice is one of the most significant aspects that distinguish us from other people. What happens when you're transitioning, and all that starts to shift? When you don’t recognize your own voice anymore? Or when you start to feel like the sound of your voice doesn’t represent who you are?
Based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, the Halifax Queer Ensemble is the first of its kind in the region.
In July 2019, Wayves interviewed Halifax-based arts group Classical Queer organizer Jacob Caines about the new orchestra.
The Halifax YMCA now has one on one support, workshops, events, connection to services, and programs created specifically for newcomer youth and adults who in the Q community.
Last fall, Allan "Chicky" Polchies was re-elected Chief of St Mary's Fist Nation, near Fredericton. In January, Geordy Marshall spoke with him.