Saturday, June 11th – join Amnesty International for the Queen City Pride Parade. The parade starts at 12noon however we will be gathering in our spot in the staging area (on 15th Avenue between Scarth Street and Hamilton -in the left lane – Spot #23) please aim to be there by 11:15.
Today’s Pride Parades continue to be an important place to make our community’s presence known. The fight for 2SLGBTQIA+ rights and equity is still alive and Pride is just one of the many ways in which we bring attention to these important issues. Find more information about the Queen City Pride Festival here
This year’s Pride Parade will start in the Downtown area and travel to the Saskatchewan Legislative Building where it will end at OUT in the Park on the north side of the Legislative Building – you can see parade route here
Our Amnesty International volunteers will also be set up at OUT in the Park – so be sure to stop by and visit!!!!
You can find more information about the work Amnesty International does to protect the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) people by shining a light on rights abuses, calling for policy change, and working to protect LGBTI human rights defenders here