Why surgery wait times put transgender people at risk of suicide

by Iman Sheikh Wednesday April 29, 2015

A prescription for 450 mg of the anti-psychotic drug Syroquel.

This was the answer Rachel Lauren Clark received when she told doctors at a Toronto hospital she wanted gender reassignment surgery (GRS). The regular adult dose is 50 mg.

How the LGBT community is using digital storytelling to amplify activism and chronicle its history

by Daniel Kitts Tuesday April 7, 2015

All Out protests the 2014 Winter Olympics in Russia, where it’s a crime for gay people to show their love in public.

AODA: A primer on Ontario’s goal of a barrier-free province by 2025

by John Michael McGrath Tuesday February 3, 2015

The Best of the Agenda 2014: Gentrification — Help or Harm?

Thursday December 25, 2014

The Greatest Freedom Show on Earth: In Pictures

Emancipation Day celebration founder Walter Perry presenting a Miss Sepia contest winner with her trophy.

Walter Perry meets with boxer Joe Louis.

What's Your Freedom Show? Sheila Murray

Sheila Murray moved to Canada from England in the 1970s and has worked in Toronto and overseas as a documentary filmmaker, sound editor and communications specialist. Sheila’s short fiction has been published in Descant, Dalhousie Review, TOK, Exile, White Wall Review and Room.

What's Your Freedom Show? Michael Fraser

Michael Fraser is originally from Grenada and immigrated to Canada as a young child. He's a high school teacher, poet, and writer. He has been published in various anthologies and journals including: Literary Review of Canada, The Paris Atlantic, and Caribbean Writer. He won the 2005 Toronto Star Poem About Toronto contest.

What's Your Freedom Show? Andrea Thompson

Andrea Thompson is a writer, teacher, activist and mentor, who has been a mainstay on the Canadian spoken word scene for the past twenty years.

What's Your Freedom Show? Mahlikah Awe:ri

Mahlikah Awe:ri , Enml'ga't-Saqama'sgw Walking Woman, is a First Nations (Haudenosaunee Kanien’kéha and Mi’kmaw) drumtalk-poetic-rapologist, musician, hip hop MC, arts educator, radio show host, artivist and curator.  

Story of the Week: The Black Experience in Canada

by Cara Stern Monday December 8, 2014

Update: Due to the revelations coming out of the U.S.

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