CTV: apology from federal government

Watch our own Sean Ryan's reaction to the Federal Governments LGBTQ2S+ apology here

Add your reaction Share

CBC: Historic apology from federal government receives mixed reaction from Saskatoon's LGBT community

When Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke to LGBT Canadians on Tuesday people were gathered at OUTSaskatoon to bear witness to the historic apology. Read more here

Add your reaction Share

STARPHOENIX: 'It's wonderful;' People gather at OUTSaskatoon to witness Trudeau apology for LGBTQ discrimination by federal agencies

Marilyn Neudorf wept as she listened to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologize for the federal government’s role in perpetrating discrimination against the LGBTQ community. Read more here

Add your reaction Share

CBC: Second Chance Prom Launches 2-Week Pride Festival In Saskatoon

When it came time to choose a date for her high school prom, Amanda Klassen already knew she didn't like boys.

 "However, I didn't know what my options were at that time," she said.

 "So I took a friend with me and discovered later I was lesbian and that's just the way I was born."

Now Klassen has a second chance to go to prom, and this time she's free to take the date of her choice.

Read more here

Add your reaction Share

Global: LGBTQ Group Home For Youth Opens In Saskatoon

A long-term group home for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (LGBTQ) youth has opened in Saskatoon.

Read more here

Add your reaction Share

CTV: First Long-Term LGBTQ Youth Group Home In Canada Opens In Saskatoon

Canada’s first long-term group home for LGBTQ youth has opened its doors in Saskatoon.

The first two residents moved into OUTSaskatoon’s Pride Home at the end of January. The space gives people a safe place to live with access to the non-profit’s services, like youth programming and counselling.

Read more here 

Add your reaction Share

STARPHOENIX: Saskatoon's new LGBTQ group home a Canadian first

Canada’s first long-term group home for members of the LGBTQ community has opened in Saskatoon.

Two youth moved into the west side home late last month and staff at OUTSaskatoon, the non-profit organization running the home, hope to welcome three more young people aged 16 to 21 to “Pride Home” this spring, if a fundraising campaign is successful.

Read more here

Add your reaction Share

StarPhoenix: Q and A session with OUTSaskatoon two spirit elder Marjorie Beaucage

As OUTSaskatoon’s weeklong event Wîsahkêcâhk Comes to Town celebrates the province’s two-spirited residents, the organization’s two spirit elder, Marjorie Beaucage, spoke with StarPhoenix reporter Erin Petrow about the important place these people hold in the indigenous community, why they are still fighting to be recognized and what it means to be two-spirited in Saskatchewan.

Read more here

Add your reaction Share

StarPhoenix: OUTSaskatoon launches LGBTQ youth group for 10- to 14-year-olds

Due to growing demand for youth programs, OUTSaskatoon has launched a new group for young people between the ages of 10 and 14

Read more here

Add your reaction Share

STARPHOENIX: OUTSaskatoon creates a safe space for LGBTQ seniors

When Peter Lippmann started visiting OUTSaskatoon, he noticed the organization offered programs for just about everyone — except seniors.

As he got to know people there, he learned seniors outreach was something the organization wanted to pursue, and he agreed to the offer to head up a new seniors’ group.

Read more here

Add your reaction Share

What's Happening

Special Events

Nov
03

Join our Network

Enter your email to receive updates about out latest news & events, and connect with friends online! Don't worry, you can unsubscribe anytime. Learn More

Already a part of our Network? Sign In

Thank you for your support!