A proud
record of
Fighting for
LGBTQ2 Rights

1967

“There’s no place for the state in the bedrooms of the nation.” – Pierre Elliott Trudeau

1969

Homosexuality is decriminalized across Canada.

1982

Canadian charter of rights and freedoms is enacted, protecting all Canadians from discrimination.

1996

Sexual orientation is explicitly added to the Canadian Human Rights Act as prohibited grounds of discrimination.

2005

Equal marriage bill passed by Parliament and becomes law from coast to coast to coast.

2016

Federal legislation introduced to protect trans rights and prevent discrimination based on gender identity and gender expression.

Trans Rights are human rights

No-one should be refused a job, disadvantaged in the workplace, be unable to access services or be the target of harassment and violence because of their gender identity or gender expression.

Call on Members of Parliament and the Senate to pass Bill C-16.

Sign the petition