From August 10 to 14, during Community Days, kiosks will line Rue Sainte-Catherine Est, between Saint-Hubert and Papineau, These festive days allow members of both the LGBTQ+ and mainstream communities to discover the many exciting organizations, community groups and sports teams, run by and/or catering to the LGBTQ+ community. This event has as a mandate to involve, raise awareness and entertain.
Registration will open July, Friday 2 at 3pm and will close July, Friday July, 23 at 5 p.m. and are reserved to 2SLGBTQI+ community organizations.
Montréal Pride has adopted a non-discrimination policy. People and organizations must abide by the following principles: Montréal Pride supports access to equality and prohibits any discrimination concerning ethnic or national origin, beliefs, race, religious or political convictions, sexual orientation, language, sex, age, income, sexual identity, mental or physical disabilities, HIV or AIDS.
Montréal Pride may refuse the participation of any organization if they do not reflect the mission and values of Montréal Pride. Any orgnizations promoting racism, xenophobia, homophobia, lesbophobia, transphobia or any geopolitical and religious conflicts, will be refused and will not take part in the Community Day and the Pride Parade.
PARTICIPATION IN MONTRÉAL PRIDE FESTIVAL IS SUBJECT TO APPROVAL BY THE MONTRÉAL PRIDE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE.