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In The Name of Naming

In The Name of Naming

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Welcome!

The Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity (CCGSD) intersectionally promotes diversity in gender identity, gender expression, and romantic and/or sexual orientation in all its forms on a national level through services in the areas of education, health, and advocacy. Our resources and programming can be used to uplift gender and sexual minorities, as well as give the tools to wider populations in building allyship. As a leader in anti-discrimination work, CCGSD runs programming all over Canada and the United States. Because of our hundreds of volunteers, we are able to reach over 250,000 people annually. We are also a proud lead...

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News & Updates

GSA Forum: From a participant’s perspective
27 May

GSA Forum: From a participant’s perspective

In the coming week, the coordinator of the GSA Forum will provide her own recap on the 5 day confere...
Day of Pink Wrap Up
25 May

Day of Pink Wrap Up

Hello! This is long overdue. It’s been over a month since the Day of Pink – but, my lack of tim...
Join us at our 10th Anniversary Gala
26 Apr

Join us at our 10th Anniversary Gala

The Canadian Centre for Gender & Sexual Diversity, formerly Jer’s Vision, is celebrating with it...

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Your talk today at Pinecrest-Queensway Community Health Centre was truly inspirational. I admire your ability to speak with such humour and ...
Alayne
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I learned that bullying can hurt in lots of different ways and that you shouldn't be a bystander.
Anonymous, 13, Longfields-Davidson Heights High School, Barrhaven
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I wanted to say thanks for inspiring me and showing that I do have a confident voice.
Anonymous, 14, Longfields-Davidson Heights High School, Barrhaven
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I think Jer's Vision is a great way to make people stop and think about how they behave with other people.
Anonymous, 12, Queen Elizabeth Public High School, Ottawa
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Thank you for coming and telling us about your lives. It was very inspiring. Hope to see you again!
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