Brandon, Second City in Manitoba to Officially Celebrate Pride
Manitoba’s second largest city is spreading Pride through our prairie province this summer for the fourth year. Brandon Pride officially formed in 2009 and has been gradually growing since.
“The heart of the community” forced to close down
Gio’s Club and Bar on Smith Street experienced a list of lasts as it made its way to the closing night on Feb. 16, including their last Pride launch, last women’s night, last karaoke, last Genderfest party, and other classic events for the LGBT* community.
The Oscar Wilde Memorial Society, Inc. (OWMS), the non-profit organization behind Gio’s, explained that the bar was shutting down due to financial difficulties.
For the first time ever, the Winnipeg Bombers add male cheerleaders to their team
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers' cheerleaders have been keeping spirits alive during games for over 50 years. They've been known by many names during this time, including a period as the Blue Lightning Dance Team in 2011. But the team turned a new leaf this year, earning them a new name.
Show off your true colours
With the arrival of fall, it’s time to show off your true colours. You never know who you might stumble upon during the new school year, or while out on the town for an evening – and if you do stumble upon someone gorgeous, you’ll want to look your best. So listen up, boys.
It’s your life