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Go whether you like softball or not; there’s plenty o’ summery Haliqueers, sassy commentary and mid-inning makeup application to keep you amused.
Drawing over 100, 000 people to our little sea-side city, Halifax Pride is the largest LGBTQ festival in Atlantic Canada.
While Halifax Pride is not immune from the corporate sponsorship or controversy that has plagued big city celebrations, our Pride has managed to maintain some of the small-town Pride charm that larger cities may lack.
I have a friend who refers to Halifax as the “lady-gay capital of Canada,” which it very well might be, per capita anyways.
Despite some Toronto lesbians telling me that there were like five queer women in Halifax, and they all lived in one house (note: I love you Toronto, but most Torontonians don’t know much about anything East of Montréal), there are oodles of queers in Halifax.