The Pride celebrations turn to Quebec City and Calgary this weekend!
The Quebec City Pride (aka. The Rainbow Festival) is a socio-artistic festival of LGBT+ pride that takes place during the Labor Day weekend and attracts more than 35,000 people to downtown Quebec City. This festival is an opportunity for thousands of people to publicly express their values of equality and justice, and to reaffirm their rights. Everyone will be able to enjoy 4 evenings of free shows on Place d'Youville, 2 days of entertainment on Saint-Jean Street, as well as conferences, theme nights and a host of other activities.
Calgary Pride welcomes non-profit organizations, businesses big and small, politicians, political parties, churches, unions, and more, all to come together and celebrate Calgary's diversity. This incredible gathering of inclusive and diverse organizations draws tens of thousands of spectators each year and showcases the diversity of Calgary's community.