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Social Spaces for Queer Youth in Toronto

Are you a queer youth in Toronto who is looking to find spaces to meet other queer youth that are welcoming and safe?

Good news!

We’re lucky in Toronto because there are lots of cool options and opportunities for queer youth to meet up! This is by no means a complete list, and we’ll keep adding to it as things come up. If you have suggestions for things, let us know by email at teenhealthsource@ppt.on.ca.

Do you want to try new things, improve your skills, meet new people, or maybe just chill? Here are some options to check out:

YOUTH PROGRAMS  

EVENT POSTINGS/LISTSERVES 

ART + THEATRE

PLACES 2 SHOP (OR LOOK AT STUFF)

Photo by Nigel Murray [Link]

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Last Updated: April 2020

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