2SLGBTQI Inclusion for Mental Health and Social Service Providers – Free Webinar
Sign up for our free webinar geared towards mental health and social service providers to becoming more inclusive in providing 2SLGBTQI mental health supports. Multiple 2021 dates available!Learn More
Register for our Affirming Adults Webinars!
This interactive webinar available in English and French explores the vital role that adults across the whole school community can take up in promoting environments where 2SLGBTQI youth can thrive.Learn More
Still in Every Class in Every School
Egale is proud to launch our second national report on homophobia, biphobia, and transphobia in Canadian secondary schools. Following 10 years after our first report, we now ask: “Are schools today more inclusive than they were a decade ago?”Read the full Report
Every Child Matters
Egale Canada is horrified and deeply saddened by the discovery of the remains of 215 children in an unmarked mass grave on the site of a former residential school in Kamloops, British Columbia. These children are the victims of a horrific regime of colonial violence, many forms of which continue to persist today. We mourn for these children and for the thousands of others who died as a result of abuse and neglect in residential schools.Read the Full Statement
2SLGBTQI Research Hub
The Research Hub is a digital library for 2SLGBTQI-related research and reports. Here you will find research briefs aimed at making 2SLGBTQI research accessible across social services networks.Go There Now
Coming Out Loud
This year for National Coming Out Day we spotlighted three brave individuals who were ready to come out in a very bold way. Check out their stories!
Hear Our Story
Hear Our Story is a mini-doc series that speaks to people across the 2SLGBTQI community about the issues that impact their lives.
Fix Hearts, Not Parts
Canada continues to allow Intersex Genital Mutilation on infants and children.
We must stop this process.
Still In Every Class In Every School
Still in Every Class in Every School reveals that while there have been some important improvements in the last decade, we have a long way to go in creating safer and accepting schools for 2SLGBTQ youth.
the numbers say it all
Canadian employees report to experiencing discrimination in the workplace.
Homeless youth in Canada identify as 2SLGBTQI.
Trans students have reported experiencing sexual harassment.
2SLGBTQI seniors fear being ‘forced back into the closet’ in residential care.
We need your help
By supporting Egale, you can help us create safer spaces for students, homeless youth, athletes, seniors, and even your own family and friends
Find ways to get involved and support your school, company, team, and more to become more inclusive.