Safe Spaces for LBGTQ youth in Kamloops

Safe Spaces is a program for LGBTQ youth, between the ages of 16 and 25, through Interior Community Services (graphic courtesy
Connecting with friends over food, games and discussions. 

It sounds like a fun afternoon. 

But for some youth, it's the most important time of their week. 

Even life-saving. 

Safe Spaces is the program for LBGTQ youth. 

Some of those involved with the program, past and present, came together to tell more.

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