Older LGBTQ Resources

Our members have compiled a list of LGBTQ-focused and LGBTQ-friendly organizations and services, training resources, and research findings. We link to a wide variety of resources across the Greater Toronto Area, Canada, and the international LGBTQ community.

Community Advocates

The Senior Pride Network celebrates the rich history and diversity of older LGBT communities by profiling those who have and continue to advocate for inclusive spaces and services. Here, we promote the work of older LGBT adults and create a network where skills and experiences can be shared.

Upcoming events

The Senior Pride Network is proud to present our third annual Time After Time event: Queers in Wonderland!  an afternoon tea dance inspired by Alice in Wonderland!
This event is an intergenerational community event (all welcome!) 

Date: Saturday, November 26th, 2016 
Location: The 519 Ballroom
Time: 2 p.m.- 5 p.m.

Cost: $10 or Pay What You Can (PWYC)

DJ Kaleb Robertson (Daddy K) will be serving music from all the decades! 
Performances by:
The East Africa Rainbow Dance Group
House of Monroe 
Comedian Zena Lord


Food and refreshments! Door prizes! 

This event is a physically accessible, scent-free and alcohol-free space.
Time After Time is a fundraiser for The Senior Pride Network (http://seniorpridenetwork.com/). Supporting this year's dance is The 519 (http://www.the519.org/) and Buddies In Bad Times Theatre's Youth/Elder Project (http://buddiesinbadtimes.com/show/the-youth-elders-project/)
PSW support can be made available. ASL and Childcare services available on request (please submit request one week prior to event to khazell@the519.org).

For more information and to volunteer, contact Lezlie at trinicariblmlk@rogers.com 

Come out and share your stories and dance moves!
Tell It Like It Is: Aging as a Person of Colour 
‚ÄčNovember 26, 2016 
2-5pm at The 519


The Senior Pride Network, in partnership with The 519,  presents an intergenerational community speaker series that showcases the voices of LGBTQ elders through an exploration of community themes. 
Tell It Like It Is is an intergenerational community speaker series that showcases the voices of LGBTQ elders.