The ArQuives, Toronto
Canada’s LGBTQ2+ Archives, formerly known as the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives, is a Canadian non-profit organization, founded in 1973 as the Canadian Gay Liberation Movement Archives
Les Archives lesbiennes du Québec, Montreal
The Archives Lesbiennes du Québec work to find, preserve and give a life to the traces of Quebec’s lesbian.
Tara Chanady, Montréal
Researcher specializing in lesbian and queer+ issues, firstname.lastname@example.org
Line Chamberland, Sociologie, Montréal,
Lesbian history, sexual diversity in institutional environments (retired)
Stefanie Duguay, Communication, Montréal
LGBTQ+ identities and social media, email@example.com
About Last Night, Toronto
Toronto Queer Events for 2SLGBTQIA+ Women & Allies
Ottawa’s lesbian+ events group welcomes women who identify as lesbian, trans, Two-Spirit, bi, poly, pan, and queer or questioning, including non binary lesbians.
Collectif Plurielles, Québec
Plurielles is a festif, militant and inclusive collective who organise activities in the city of Quebec were wxmen* are place upfront in all their different identities, cultures and artistiques.
Lez Spread the Word, Montréal
Lesbian and cultural bilingual magazine
Queen & Queer, Montréal
Organization Events for Lesbian and Queer Women
Lesbian, Queer & Trans-oriented events
Events for people who relate to the lesbian/sapphic experience while highlighting BIPOC talent, artists and businesses
Centre de solidarité lesbienne, Montreal
The CSL is a community organization that is dedicated to promoting health and well-being for women and non-binary people of sexual diversity