Saskatchewan has many LGBTQ2S Organizations! Below is a list of all current organizations. If you know of organizations or groups that are missing from this list please email firstname.lastname@example.org
fYrefly Saskatchewan is an organization that runs an annual camp, Camp fYrefly, for gender and sexually diverse youth. Camp fYrefly-Saskatchewan is an educational, social, and personal learning retreat for gender and sexually diverse youth (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans-identified, two-spirited, intersexed, queer, questioning, and allied). It focuses on building and nurturing their leadership potential and personal resiliency in an effort to help them learn how to make significant contributions to their own lives and to their schools, home/group-home environments, and communities. The camp is designed for gender and sexually diverse youth between the ages of 14 and 24.
fYrefly also runs an educational program called fYrefly in Schools, which is a provincial program bringing education on gender and sexual diversity to students in elementary and high schools.
Moose Jaw Pride is a LGBTQ organization in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. Their mission is to celebrate and support gender and sexually diverse people through the provision of fabulously inclusive community services and educational opportunities. Moose Jaw Pride operates Retro Rainbow, a thrift store, a drop-in centre, and has a wealth of programming to support the community and educate allies.
The Queen City Pride Festival is an annual, week-long celebration of the LGBTQ community of Regina and the greater region of South Saskatchewan. The festival features a series of events, organized by Regina Pride and other community organizations, that focus on highlighting our culture, history, achievements, and struggles. Every event strives to educate, entertain, and enlighten participants on our sexual and gender diverse community. The Queen City Pride Festival takes place during the month June, along with Prince Albert Pride, Saskatoon Pride, Moose Jaw Pride, and Swift Current Pride. These festivals take place during Saskatchewan’s “Pride Month”, as proclaimed by the Government of Saskatchewan each year.
The Saskatoon Pride Festival, hosted by the Saskatoon Diversity Network (SDN), is an annual festival providing an accessible space in which to celebrate queerness, fostering community pride, and raising awareness of queer culture within the larger community. The Saskatoon Diversity Network (SDN) is a volunteer-driven non-profit organization which serves the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans-gender, transsexual, inter-sex, two-spirit, queer, and questioning community, family, and supporters. We exist to raise awareness of queer community and culture by facilitating, organizing, promoting, and presenting a queer pride festival.
TransSask is a non-profit that exists to serve the transgender community in Saskatchewan. TransSask provides peer-to-peer support as well as information and resources around social and medical transition in Saskatchewan.
Trans Umbrella Foundation is a provincial non-profit with the head office located in Regina. We are working hard in five key areas to allow all people in Saskatchewan to be able to achieve equality. We are focused on education, healthcare, social events, family support, and employment services. Together will make the changes needed for all people in Saskatchewan.
UR Pride Centre for Sexuality and Gender Diversity was founded in 1996 at the University of Regina, but expanded to serve the entire community of Regina in 2010. UR Pride offers support and programs to all people living in Regina. Their programs include social and support groups, a resource library, community micro-grants, a rainbow speaker series, sexual education & health programming, and their Positive Space Network (a 2LGBTQ+ education program that provides workshops and training to people in the community). The coolest thing about UR Pride? If you have an idea for something they’re not doing yet, they’ll work with you to get it started.
The USSU Pride Centre is a welcoming, vivacious, and celebratory campus community. We provide a friendly environment with a diverse group of people of all sexual orientations and gender identities.
The Pride Centre seeks to work with people of all sexual orientations and gender identities in an open and progressive environment that advocates, celebrates and affirms sexual and gender diversity