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A is for Orange
Amnesty International - LGBT (Toronto)
AVANTI
Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives
Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ontario (CLGRO)
Community One Foundation (formerly the Lesbian & Gay Community Appeal)
Durham Women’s Lesbian, Bi-sexual, transgendered group
Gay York Region
Halton Pride
Hamilton Pride
Inside Out
la Collective lesbiennes de l’Ontario
LEGIT-IGCL Toronto
Polish Gay & Lesbian Association
Pride Committee of Peel
Pride Durham
Pride Toronto General Committee
Rainbow Toastmasters
Russian Gay and Lesbian Association
Ten Oaks Project
The 519 Church Street Community Centre
Toronto Dyke March
Toronto GLAMS
Toronto LGBT Parent Matchmaker
Ukrainian Lesbian and Gay Association

2 - Spirited People & HIV / Aids Strategy

2-Spirited People of the First Nations (TPFN) is a non-profit social service organization whose clientele consists of Aboriginal lesbians and gays in Toronto. Our organization's programs and services include HIV/AIDS education and prevention & support and counseling for two-spirited people infected and affected by HIV/AIDS.
43 Elm Street, 2-nd Floor, Toronto, ON. M5G 1H1 P: (416) 944-9300 Fax: (416) 944-8381
Website: http://www.2spirits.com/ Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


A is for Orange

A IS FOR ORANGE is a group for queer caribbean writers that aims to strengthen and build community by celebrating under-represented voices, sharing resources, and mentoring emerging writers.
Website: www.aisfororange.org Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


Amnesty International - LGBT (Toronto)

Amnesty International LGBT Group (Toronto) works against human-rights abuses experienced by sexual minorities worldwide. Members participate in letter-writing meetings, sponsor international speakers, undertake public awareness events, speak to media and to other groups about our work, and raise funds to support our activities. The group also maintains the website for Amnesty International's LGBT network: http://www.ai-lgbt.org Our meetings are open to everyone. For locations and times, please visit: http://www.aito.ca/lgbt
c/o The 519 Church Street Community Centre, 519 Chuch St. M4Y 2C9 Phone: 416-925-9872 ext 2195
Website: http://www.aito.ca/lgbt and www.ai-lgbt.org Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


AVANTI

Toronto’s social and support group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans & other queer Italians. AVANTI was started in 1996 as a social and support group. Our membership has grown to include women and men from all walks of life who look forward to our year-round schedule of activities that celebrate our Italian culture. AVANTI strives to foster a sense of goodwill and understanding of our diverse culture among its members and within the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) community — as well as the Italian community at large. We consider ourselves to be a resource for anyone seeking information, support and friendship. Membership in AVANTI is free.
P.O. Box 847, Station F, Toronto, Ontario M4Y 2N7 Phone: (416) 925-XTRA, Ext. 2231
Website: http://www.web.net/avanti/ Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives

A non-profit, charitable research library and archive devoted to documenting lesbian and gay life in all media. Founded in 1973. A superb collection of gay and lesbian Canadiana with the largest collection of gay and lesbian periodicals in the world.
34 Isabella St., Toronto, Ontario M4Y 1N1 Mailing address: P.O. Box 699, Station F 50 Charles Street East, Toronto, ON M4Y 2N6 Hours: Tue-Thu 7:30pm-10pm Phone: 461-777-2755
Website: http://www.clga.ca Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ontario (CLGRO)

CLGRO is an organization composed of groups and individuals who are committed to working towards feminism and lesbian, gay, and bisexual liberation by engaging in public struggle for full human rights, by promoting diversity and accessibility within our communities, and by strengthening cooperative networks for lesbian, gay and bisexual activism. Many ways to get involved. Your input is needed.
Box 822 Station A, Toronto, ON M5W 1G3 Phone: 416-533-6824


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