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Canadian Labour Congress

Elementary Teacher’s Federation of Ontario

CAW Pride

Ontario Federation of Labour

OPSEU Rainbow Committee

Pride at Work Canada

Elementary Teacher’s Federation of Ontario resource list

Further Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario LGBT documents

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Your Community in Toronto

519 Community Centre

Your Community in Other Regions

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Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition

National Coalition for LGBT Health 

Family Service Toronto (same sex partner abuse-electronic resources)

Source for HIV+ people

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Community One Foundation

Links to International LGBT organizations

Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays

Salaam: Queer Muslim Community

Safe Schools Coalition

EGALE – the intersection of race and sexual orientation

Creating Safe Schools for Lesbian and Gay Students: A resource guide for school staff

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Coming Out Stories from Youth

Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives

MY GSA – links to resources

Sexuality and You

It Gets Better Project

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Two Spirit

People who self-identify as two spirited

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The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario

OHRC “Gender Identity: Your Rights and Responsibilities”

OHRC “Sexual Orientation: Your Rights and Responsibilities”

Ontario Ministry of Labour “Workplace Violence and Workplace Harassment”

TDSB Gender based violence policy

Honouring Complexity: Gender, culture and violence in the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer individuals

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