As one of the first openly gay RCMP officers in Canada, Cpl. Robert Ploughman takes his status as a symbol with a dose of good humour.
As I wait for my interview with a closeted bisexual football player to begin, I consider how awkward this conversation will probably be. I don’t know anything about John (name has been changed to protect anonymity). I know that he played football for a Canadian university team, I know that he’s bisexual, and I know
The Toronto Zoo recently came under fire for separating two gay African penguins. According to Queerty.com, penguins Buddy and Pedro display typical courtship behaviors: grooming each other, swimming together and making mating noises at each other. But the zookeepers want to use the penguins’ “top notch” genes to save their species from extinction. The keepers defended
The University of Saskatchewan will take a positive step this fall in terms of celebrating Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender rights within sport. It will be the first school in Canada to take part in the international Athlete Ally campaign.
After spending some time with the chaplaincy department at Memorial, Reverend Robert Cooke is now an associate priest with St. Mark's Anglican Church in St. John's, where he leads a congregation with openly gay members.
Reluctantly, I have to agree with Madam Justice Catherine Aitken of the Superior Court of Ontario, who decided blood donations from gay men could be banned by Canadian Blood Services.