Pride

Delta Fire Chief Guy McKintuck poses for a photo with Myria Le Noir during during the Delta Pride Society’s third Pride picnic in Ladner on Saturday, Aug. 21, 2021. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

Community support continues to grow as Delta Pride Society celebrates with annual picnic

Annual picnic back after a ‘little skip in there called COVID,’ says society president

 

The 2021 White Rock Pride Ride was held Friday, July 23. (Gord Wait photo)

PHOTOS: White Rock Pride Ride adds rainbow of colour to city

July 23 procession organized by the White Rock Pride Society

 

White Rock Pride Society president Ernie Klassen poses with Gus Rachid and Kimberley Pritchard outside FIVE Kitchen Oyster Bar Wednesday (July 14). (Contributed photo)

PHOTOS: White Rock Pride Ride rolls out July 23, one of two events planned

Flag-raising ceremonies to take place July 16 at city hall, RCMP detachment

 

KPU’s Pride-colour pillar at its Civic Plaza campus in downtown Surrey. (submitted photo)

Pride-coloured pillars permanently painted at KPU’s plaza campus in Surrey

‘Pride @ KPU’ website details a campus-wide initiative

KPU’s Pride-colour pillar at its Civic Plaza campus in downtown Surrey. (submitted photo)
(Photo: OLIVIA SULLIVAN, Sound Publishing)

Surrey taphouse hosts Pride event Saturday

Meantime, LGBTQ+ community grapples with effects of a year of pandemic restrictions

(Photo: OLIVIA SULLIVAN, Sound Publishing)
Pride Month celebrations in Surrey will be virtual once again due to the COVID-19 pandemic. (File photo: Ryan McLeod)

Surrey proclaims June to be Pride Month in the city

However, the Pride flag will not be flown once again, with the city citing Surrey’s flag policy

Pride Month celebrations in Surrey will be virtual once again due to the COVID-19 pandemic. (File photo: Ryan McLeod)
Vancouver Canucks players wore rainbow-coloured jerseys and matching Pride tape on their sticks for a game at Rogers Arena in 2018. (Vancouver Canucks photo/Twitter)

Task force shares ideas to help Canadian sports associations be more LGBTQ-inclusive

Canada’s Sport Inclusion Task Force launches website during Pride Month

Vancouver Canucks players wore rainbow-coloured jerseys and matching Pride tape on their sticks for a game at Rogers Arena in 2018. (Vancouver Canucks photo/Twitter)
Lorna Seip touches up the mural on the wall at MRSS, working with students from the Rainbow Club. (Neil Corbett/The News)

Rainbow club puts message of inclusion at Maple Ridge School’s main entrance

Maple Ridge secondary grad says SOGI symbols are powerful

Lorna Seip touches up the mural on the wall at MRSS, working with students from the Rainbow Club. (Neil Corbett/The News)
Pride-colour-decorated vehicles are to roll through White Rock convoy-style July 24, as part of the White Rock Pride Society’s 1st Annual Pride Ride. (White Rock Pride Society Facebook photo)

Humanist Association joins as intervenor in White Rock Pride complaint against church

BC Human Rights Tribunal will allow BCHA limited participation in complaint over use of hall

Pride-colour-decorated vehicles are to roll through White Rock convoy-style July 24, as part of the White Rock Pride Society’s 1st Annual Pride Ride. (White Rock Pride Society Facebook photo)
Surrey Pride president Martin Rooney (front) poses with members of the Surrey RCMP, including spokesperson Corporal Elenore Sturko (right) at the 20th annual Surrey Pride at Central City Plaza on Saturday, June 29, 2019. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

Vancouver Pride isn’t ‘going away from their roots’ in parade police ban: Surrey Mountie

Surrey RCMP spokesperson Elenore Sturko says she is ‘disheartened’ about decision

Surrey Pride president Martin Rooney (front) poses with members of the Surrey RCMP, including spokesperson Corporal Elenore Sturko (right) at the 20th annual Surrey Pride at Central City Plaza on Saturday, June 29, 2019. (Photo: Lauren Collins)
Surrey Pride founder and president Martin Rooney poses with the flag that has been used at pride celebrations in the city for 20 years. (File photo: Amy Reid)

In ‘landmark move,’ Surrey Pride party goes online for the event’s 21st anniversary

‘We have the ‘honour’ of being the first large city to put on a virtual Pride Festival’

Surrey Pride founder and president Martin Rooney poses with the flag that has been used at pride celebrations in the city for 20 years. (File photo: Amy Reid)