Kevin Allen — Research Lead Kevin has been documenting and profiling queer people and events for 25 years through freelance writing and editing for various queer publications including: Clue! Magazine, QC Magazine, Xtra! West, and Xtra.
Sign up now for local breaking news alerts Subscribe. A number of teachers in the Calgary Catholic School District say they feel forced to out gay coworkers and they are sharing their stories in the hopes that they will evoke change within the school system. CTV Calgary spoke with two Catholic school teachers whose identity is being protected as they are afraid of losing their jobs.
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Jason Kenney's old culture war stomping grounds at the University of San Francisco. Photo: Taylor Lambert. The Sprawl is crowdfunded, ad-free and made in Calgary.
Gay Canadian Vacations Photo:. With a population of about 1 million, Calgary is the largest city in the province of Alberta and a gateway to the Canadian Rockies. Its spectacular growth was fueled by the oil boom of the s and s; Calgary is a center for the arts and also home to the annual Calgary Stampede, a rodeo and festival celebrating ranch life on the Canadian prairies.
This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. He looks cisgender: like a person whose sex assigned at birth lines up with his gender identity. Instead, he stays away.
If you've been pining for the great outdoors, this is the place for you. While you are here, you might even want to visit some of the locations where they shot. As far as a real-life gay scene, Calgary has that, too. This eclectic city offers a fun mix of gay bars and has a few big dance clubs and music venues.
Alberta is a welcoming, accepting place full of warm-hearted locals who embrace diversity. From the stunning vistas of the Canadian Rockies to the bustling vibrancy of the province's big cities, Alberta is a place that pulses with energy and life for all travelers. The ever-growing pride festivals of Edmonton and Calgary bring LGBTQ travelers from all over the world, while Jasper's pride festival offers a unique mid-winter mountain spin to celebrations of diversity.