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Lesbian and Gay Friendly Travel in Canada

Canada is one of the most advanced countries in the world for LGBT rights and inclusion becoming the first to offer same-sex marriages nationwide in 2005. Quebec was the largest region worldwide to prohibit sexual orientation discrimination in 1977.

In all of Canada’s provinces you will find a booming gay nightlife, something the Canadians should be proud of. In the major cities you will find some of the largest gay districts in the world with an array of entertainment, bars, clubs and events. Canada’s largest city, Toronto has the gay district “The Village”, on Church Street, and Montreal, which is said to be the largest gayborhood in the world is known as “Le Village” by Berry subway station. Vancouver is also another popular spot for international visitors with a relaxed gay scene on Davie Street.

The country’s Gay Pride season is between May and October with most festivals taking place during July and August, these have become major events in Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal.

The landscape of Canada offers some spectacular natural wonders from the unique horizon of The Canadian Rockies, the awe-inspiring Niagara Falls, and the fifth largest island in the world, Baffin Island with a vast wealth of winter wildlife including the polar bar, arctic fox and seals. Vancouver is lucky to enjoy a watersports culture along its coast and beaches, and one of the most spectacular mountain scenery for Alpine skiing and boarding, it hosts the annual Winter Gay Pride event – GayWhistler – in February.

Canada’s winter can be bitterly cold, visit Toronto to experience the PATH, a 28 kilometre underground walkway and shopping mall, built to protect citizens from the snow and freezing temperatures.  

 

Montreal from only $107 Info per night

Gay Montreal is centered on Saint Catherine Street East, and is home to numerous shops, bars restaurants and hotels and can be found on all official maps marked as ‘le village’.

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Toronto from only $172 Info per night

Canada's biggest city, Toronto's blooming with culture and progressive vibe, a place Peter Ustinov once described as 'New York, run by the Swiss.' Let's head to Church! …The Church Wellesley Gay Village of course, with plenty of bars, restaurants, saunas, and foot traffic/eye candy. You might also recognize many hot-spots from the television show "Queer as Folk," which was filmed in the area.This is one Church you won't take issue with!

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Vancouver from only $94 Info per night

Nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the mountains, Vancouver is a vibrant city of majestic sights, clear skies and friendly people.  Located in lovely British Columbia on Canada's west coast, Vancouver is home to an active gay community centered around the city's trendy West End, especially along Davie Street.

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