Toronto Pflag is thrilled to announce emcees for the upcoming Toronto Pflag 4th Ally Awards: October 17th. Join us in welcoming comedic power duo Colin Mochrie and Debra McGrath, awesome hosts for this special event, who share in the Pflag experience as proud parents of their trans daughter, Kinley. Join us October 17th, 6pm-830pm @ The 519 on Church Street!
Tickets on sale NOW!
$60 in advance | $70 at the door. We will honour three outstanding contributors to making the world a better place for LGBTQ youth. For details, including the 2019 honourees, click the picture.
At the 519.
The Pride Toronto Street Fair is a huge celebratory event that takes place every year in June in the Church & Wellesley area. Several streets are shut down to traffic, and the whole area is alive with people, marketplace booths, food trucks, music performances, and community events.
Toronto Pflag hosts a booth in the Community section, which has moved in 2019 to Church Street just south of Carleton. Stop by (11am-5pm Sa/Su) and talk with us there to learn more about our organization, or to talk to a volunteer.
A highlight of the weekend is the huge parade that travels south on Yonge Street from Bloor to Dundas. The crowds are huge, so if you want to watch, arrive early to claim a spot. If you are marching with Toronto Pflag, feel free to stop by our booth in advance to pick up a sign, or just meet at the starting point (on Bloor east of Church).
Toronto Pflag will also have a contingent in the Trans March on Friday evening. Rally at 7pm, March starts at 8pm. This event is less crowded and less formal, and lots of fun! Meet up around the intersection of Church and Hayden (just south of Bloor) and look for a volunteer holding a Toronto Pflag sign.
Bring the whole family!
Friday evening is a fantastic celebration of Trans Pride, as the Trans March parades down Yonge Street from Bloor to Carlton and then across to Allan Gardens. Join the Toronto Pflag group as we march in support of our trans family members and friends! Check back later for ##details about when and where to meet up, in the Church & Bloor area.
This event has been happening at the beginning of Pride Weekend for a decade, starting as an unofficial gathering of several dozen people and growing to thousands of marchers and spectators.
Come join other dads who have LGBTQ2S+ kids, for casual conversation over a pint (or coffee, or nachos). Find the group on the second floor!
The next Dads Night Out will be posted when a date has been selected. There will probably be one in August or September 2019. To be notified of upcoming Dads Night Out events, email DadsNightOut@TorontoPflag.org!
IDAHTB 2019 – May 17th, 12pm
Please join Toronto Pflag families at Toronto City Hall!
It’s that time again! Toronto Pflag will recognize the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia on May 17th, 2019 at noon (12pm) at Toronto City Hall by raising the rainbow and trans flags on the podium roof flag pole. We also will feature the bi flag on our podium. Click picture for details.