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Here is a list of news items and webposts related to the PSAC BC GLBT, or Pride, caucus.

June 1, 2020 - 4:02pm •
** Posted on behalf of Nia Gillies, PSAC BC Regional Council ** June is Pride Month and marks the beginning of the Pride season: a time for LGBTQ2+ folks to celebrate, but also a time for struggle dating back decades to the Stonewall riots in June of 1969. Although there won’t be big parades or festivities this year, let's all take the time to celebrate gender and sexual diversity, while continuing to fight for LGBTQ2+ rights. There is a reason why we still march in Canada today.
May 10, 2020 - 12:00am •
** Posted on behalf of Nia Gillies, PSAC BC Regional Council ** Many in the LGBTQ2+ community face unique challenges during these days of being in isolation alone or with unsupportive family so I thought I would reach out to PSAC’s LGBTQ2+ members in BC and let you know that you are not forgotten and to let you know that you are cared about.
June 21, 2019 - 12:13pm •
June 3, 2019 - 8:55am •
November 19, 2018 - 1:32pm •
On November 20th, Trans Day of Remembrance, PSAC mourns and commemorates the trans, two-spirit and non-binary people who have lost their lives to transphobia. We honour the work that is being done in communities across the world to combat transphobic violence.
July 9, 2018 - 1:16pm •
On July 8th, an enthusiastic and colourful group of PSAC members in Victoria celebrated Pride and raised awareness about the discriminatory one year ban on blood donation by gay and trans people. Please take a moment to sign the petition calling on the government of Canada to repeal the ban. Here are some photos ...
June 11, 2018 - 4:56pm •
Members of the Vancouver Island Human Rights Committee, the North Vancouver Island Area Council, REVP Jamey Mills, and Alternate REVP Todd Smith gathered in Nanaimo on June 10 to walk in the Nanaimo Pride Parade. Participants came together to celebrate Pride, Diversity and Inclusion, and handed out postcards to bring awareness to the Gay and Trans blood ban in Canada. 


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