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Badge bites back as LGBTQ cops tell mayor to cut Pride cash - The South Bayview Bulldog;

Badge bites back as LGBTQ cops tell mayor to cut Pride cash - The South Bayview Bulldog

The South Bayview BulldogBadge bites back as LGBTQ cops tell mayor to cut Pride cashThe South Bayview BulldogMembers of the TPS employee group known as LBGTQ Internal Support Network are demanding Toronto cancel the $260,000 cash gift to Pride Toronto for its annual parade and festivities. They put it in writing to Mayor Tory and had it delivered Wednesday ...and more »

Police union wants Pride funding pulled - Toronto Sun;

Police union wants Pride funding pulled - Toronto Sun

Toronto SunPolice union wants Pride funding pulledToronto SunThe 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 LGBTQ ...and more »

LGBTQ police officers' group calls it 'unacceptable' for city to fund Pride - CBC.ca;

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

CBC.caLGBTQ police officers' group calls it 'unacceptable' for city to fund PrideCBC.caThe 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 »

LGBTQ Toronto officers ask city to cut Pride funding due to police ban - CTV News;

LGBTQ Toronto officers ask city to cut Pride funding due to police ban - CTV News

CTV NewsLGBTQ Toronto officers ask city to cut Pride funding due to police banCTV NewsLGBTQ members of the Toronto Police Service say they would feel “completely de-valued” and “unsupported” by the city if Pride Toronto is granted its annual $260,000 in funding. Mike McCormack, the president of the Toronto Police Association, dropped ...and more »

Second Annual Pride Weekend Kicks Off May 4 - Ole Miss News;

Second Annual Pride Weekend Kicks Off May 4 - Ole Miss News

Ole Miss NewsSecond Annual Pride Weekend Kicks Off May 4Ole Miss NewsParade-goers support the LGBT community during LOU Pride Weekend last May. Photo by Kevin Cozart. OXFORD, Miss. – The second Lafayette-Oxford-University Pride Weekend is set for May 4-7 throughout the city of Oxford and the University of Mississippi ...and more »

LGBTQ members of police union ask city to withdraw Pride funding - 680 News

LGBTQ members of police union ask city to withdraw Pride funding680 NewsMembers of the Toronto Police Service dance to the Village People's song "YMCA" during the annual Pride Parade at Yonge and Dundas streets in Toronto on July 3, 2016. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Michael Hudson. LGBTQ members of the Toronto Police ...and more »

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

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

CP24 Toronto's Breaking NewsLGBTQ officers call on city to cut annual grant given to PrideCP24 Toronto's Breaking NewsThe 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 »

LA Pride Pioneer Pat Rocco on This Year's Pride and Resist March - WEHOville;

LA Pride Pioneer Pat Rocco on This Year's Pride and Resist March - WEHOville

WEHOvilleLA Pride Pioneer Pat Rocco on This Year's Pride and Resist MarchWEHOvilleCancelling the annual gay pride parade and replacing it with the Resist protest march is a bad idea according to Pat Rocco, the first president of Christopher Street West (CSW), the nonprofit that puts on the yearly L.A. Pride festival and parade ...and more »