Nearly 2 million march against Hong Kong extradition bill, organizers say
As scores of people jammed the streets of Hong Kong today to protest a controversial proposed extradition law, the territory's China-backed government apologized over its handling of the legislation.
Two-spirit elder a first for Alberta LGBT2S summer camp
The summer leadership retreat for LGBTQ2S youth has had an Elder in Residence in the past, but for the first time a two-spirit elder will attend Camp fYrefly.
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