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Upcoming Events

Event Date/Time Event Location Event Description
Ungava coast, Kangirsuk, Quebec Qarjuit Youth Council AGM. Hybrid event Annual AGM held in Kangirsuk in northern QC. This AGM is attended by youth across all their communities and one nearby FN.
101 Lyon St N, Ottawa, Ontario The National 2SLGBTQI+ Conference 2023. In-person event The theme for The National 2SLGBTQI+ Conference 2023 is Combatting 2SLGBTQI+ Hate. In our collective journey to confront and dismantle anti-trans and anti-queer hate, it is imperative that we stand together, exchange knowledge, and ignite each other's spirits to effect real and lasting change.
1650 Argyle Street, Halifax NS B3J 0E6, Halifax' Nova Scotia CAEH23. In-person event Since its inception in 2013, the CAEH National Conference on Ending Homelessness has been equipping policymakers, funders, researchers, advocates, community leaders and front-line workers with the inspiration, information, tools and training they need to end homelessness in Canada.
4141 Living Arts Dr., Mississauga Ontario Canadian Immigrant Fair- Mississauga. In-person event To connect immigrants with immigrant service providers, educational institutes, government services, employers and recruiters in a safe yet dynamic, face-to-face environment.
PEI Convention Centre, 9 Queen St, Charlottetown PE C1A 4A2, Prince Edward Island 2024 Fierté Canada Pride National Conference & AGM. In-person event The 2024 Fierté Canada Pride National Conference & AGM is an annual gathering of Canada's most active 2SLGBTQIA+ stakeholders and allies. Hosted by Pride PEI, delegates from over 75 Pride organizations, as well as community organizations, government agencies, grassroots groups, and changemakers, will gather on the unceded and traditional lands of the Mi'kma'ki and Wabanaki people under the theme of "Beyond The Rainbow: Advocating for Diversity Every Day".