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Pride Toronto Should Stop Taking Money from the City - Torontoist

The Toronto Police Association, and a group of gay and lesbian officers, want the City to pull funding from the Pride parade. Anyone familiar with the debates surrounding Pride, the police, and the City can't be surprised by the demand coming from the ...and more »

Toronto police union wants Pride funding pulled -

TORONTO — The union representing Toronto's police officers is urging the city to pull an annual grant to Canada's largest Pride parade after the event banned police floats. In an open letter released by the union Wednesday, a committee representing ...and more »

LGBTQ members of Toronto police want the city to cut Pride funding - NOW Magazine

LGBTQ identified members of the Toronto police union are calling on city councillors to end funding to Pride Toronto. In a letter brought to city hall by Toronto Police Association (TPA) president Mike McCormack and read for the gathered press, members ...and more »

LGBTQ police officers' group calls it 'unacceptable' for city to fund Pride -

The head of the city's police union delivered a letter to the mayor's office Wednesday that calls it "unacceptable" for Toronto to sponsor this year's Pride Festivities when the Toronto Police Service has been excluded from participating. 'Enough is ...and more »

Toronto police LGBTQ officers asking city to nix $260000 Pride parade grant -

Toronto's LGBTQ officers are asking the city to withhold their funding contribution for Toronto's Pride parade after festival organizers banned police from participating in the 2017 version of the event. The LGBTQ internal support network executive ...and more »

LGBTQ officers call on city to cut annual grant given to Pride - CP24 Toronto's Breaking News

The union representing Toronto police officers is calling on the city to eliminate a $260,000 grant given to Pride amid an ongoing controversy over the organization's decision to ban police floats from its annual parade. In a letter released Wednesday, ...and more »

SF Pride Announces 2017 Grand Marshals - SF Weekly

While Los Angeles decided to scrap its Pride parade in favor of a protest march, SF Pride will mark its 47th annual weekend as it usually does, with a celebration and rally (Saturday, June 24 from noon to 6 p.m.) followed by a parade (Sunday, June 25 ...and more »

Toronto police LGBTQ network calls it 'unacceptable' for city to donate money to Pride parade - Toronto Star

A committee representing gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Toronto police officers is speaking out against an annual grant provided by the city to Pride Toronto, saying it would be “unacceptable” for the government to financially support an event ...and more »

Toronto police union asks city to withdraw Pride funding due to participation ban on officers -

Toronto's police union is asking the City of Toronto to withdraw funding for the city's Pride parade, due to officers being prevented from participating in the event. RELATED STORIES. Toronto mayor expresses frustration after city's police force ...and more »

SF State associate dean chosen as grand marshal for SF Pride Parade - SF State News

By Matt Reed Wednesday, April 19, 2017. “I'm not unusual in the College of Ethnic Studies. There are lots of us who are involved in social change for economic and racial justice,” says Amy Sueyoshi, who has been chosen as a community grand marshal for ...and more »