March 2, 2021

Are you a student, parent/guardian, educator, or school staff interested in creating a more inclusive school community? Join us for a free interactive facilitator-led webinar!

Our Draw-the-Line webinars provide tools to better recognize and intervene in harmful dynamics within school settings as well as strategies to proactively foster school communities that are grounded in safety, care, consent, trans affirmation and healthier relationships. We will also discuss how the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic relate to these dynamics.

Click the button below to find your webinar date to register or learn more! We are offering separate webinars for students, educators, and other adults or leaders in the school community!

Participants will leave these interactive webinars motivated to continue this important work in their own school communities, classrooms, and GSAs (virtual and otherwise), and equipped with further learning materials, lesson plans, activities and action ideas for doing so.


Webinar Schedule:

March 11 - Educators, Leaders, Other Adults

March 18 - Post-Secondary Students

March 23 - Open Registration

March 25 - Open Registration


For more resources, check out our COVID-19 'Back to School' resource package HERE.


Helen Kennedy, Executive Director



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Discussion about banning conversion therapy in Regina moves forward | Global News


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Join us for our COVID Legal Info Webinar - East Coast (NS, PEI, NFLD)

Has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted your employment or housing situation? Have you had trouble finding out what your rights are during this unprecedented time? Join us for our East Coast episode in our COVID-19 Legal Info for LGBTQI2S Communities webshow; Tuesday, March 2 at 2 PM ADT / 2:30 NDT / 1 EDT! Panelists Douglas Hill, David McQuillan, and Jude Benoit discuss housing and employment issues in Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland & Labrador! Have a query for our panelists? We'll be taking LIVE questions!


Catch Up on 'Access to Justice' Episode 1

Are you a working legal professional? Catch up on our Access to Justice webcast series by watching Episode 1: Homophobia and Transphobia in Law and Legal Culture. Viewers will better understand and identify anti-LGBTQI2S behaviours such as stereotyping, unconscious bias, discrimination on grounds of gender identity and sexual orientation. They will also learn how sex and gender are embedded in and reproduced by law and legal processes.


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