The end of August is upon us. It may not seem like it, with the blazing hot weather we’ve been having, but summer is winding down. Thankfully, there is plenty to do this weekend – whether in person or virtually – to help you make the most of one of the last weekends of the season.
Capital Pride 2021 is going ahead with a mix of virtual and in-person programming.
As local events are now taking place online, progressive vendors have struggled with craft-show organizers rejecting or censoring their works for being considered too political. These vendors, as a result, have trouble finding their target audience as well as connecting with their community. Pride, Not Prejudice is here to fix this problem.
Forget about winter! Put away the snow boots and pull out your sunglasses and sandals for one more spectacular sunny weekend! We’ve got lots going on, from virtual craft fairs to beer halls to music and dance performances.
Last week, Ottawa Capital Pride revealed its theme for the 2016 edition of the Festival, and it is nothing short of a royal flush. Gender-neutral bathrooms are a salient point of current LGBTTQ+ dialogue, but their direct implication in daily life extends far beyond LGBTTQ+ communities: it touches every single person. The 2016 Ottawa Capital […]
As winter slowly draws to a close some of us are looking ahead to warm weather and summer festivals such as Pride in August. Fierté dans la Capital(e) Pride has ambitious plans for the festival’s second year under new management, planning a wide variety of events with the aim of bringing out a range of […]
In its ever-lasting quest to be more fabulous, fantastic and flamboyant than the year before, the Capital Pride Committee is releasing a program that’s edgier than its predecessors. This year’s Capital Pride Festival will kick off at the Museum of Nature. As part of the museum’s popular Nature Nocturne event series, revelers will launch Pride, […]