Toronto Pride Parade
There’s something about crowds cheering “oh my gosh! Ukrainians!” as you pass by them that suddenly boosts your confidence and happiness levels. This year, Youth Engaging Youth Ontario gathered some friends from Ukraine, Poland, and Canada to march down Yonge Street.
Toronto Pride Month narrows down to Pride Week which then narrows down to Pride weekend and that’s when it gets loud. The Village turns into one massive festival with an indescribable atmosphere. Everyone and anyone are welcome and truly feels so. Block parties, food, drinks, so many colours, and so many new friends – it’s all there and it’s all celebrating inclusivity. It was great to see and hear spectators cheer us on and it was even more amazing to have people tell us that what we’re doing is important. LGBTQ+ rights are human rights. Love is love.
A weekend to remember.
We've all had those moments where you’re REALLY hungry so you order 3 different things from the menu. Convinced you’ll eat them all, you gorge the first item in seconds and suddenly you realize…. Nope; help - I need ...Read More
Saturday, June 17th, 2017 Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M5S 1J5 Doors open 6:30 PM, screening starts at 7:00 PM Long Synopsis For the past two years, a Gay Propaganda Law has been in force in Russian-dominated eastern Ukraine ...Read More
Rain on shine, #TorontoVyshyvankaDay continued on as planned! With an amazing fashion show of traditional, modern, office and night outfits with elements of Ukrainian embroidery to a film about Vyshyvanky. “Nation’s Heritage” focused on the history of the traditional ...Read More
The story of the Fern Flower is an old tale, one which is well known amongst the Ukrainian people. It was interesting to see how those who did not know this story paid close attention and later admired the skill ...Read More