International Women's Day 2023: Women, Life, Freedom
Re: Sentencing of Colin Harnack in murder of Julie Berman
In Solidarity with Ontario's Drag Performers
City of Toronto, The 519, and Homes First Society announce Toronto’s first dedicated shelter for 2SLGBTQ+ adults
In Solidarity; A Community Vigil Honouring Colorado Victims and Survivors
Public Statement on Trans Day of Remembrance (TDoR) 2022
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
Status For All: Letter to PM Justin Trudeau and Minister of Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Sean Fraser
The 519 Board of Management Candidates 2022/23
Notice of The 519 Annual General Meeting 2022-23
[Press Release] 2SLGBTQ+ communities release Media Reference Guide as a tool for more inclusive journalism
Call for Nominations – The 519 Annual General Meeting 2022-23
World Refugee Day: Support LGBTQ+ Refugees Every Day
Green Space Festival 2022: Neighbourhood Information
Green Space Festival announces 2022 lineup: a Pride-weekend party in support of 2SLGBTQ+ communities
Pride 2022 at The 519: Upcoming Programs and Events
Lifting the Blood Ban: A Step in the Right Direction
Trans Day of Visibility: Affirmations and Calls to Action
International Women's Day: Our History, Our Reality, Out Future
The 519 Black Collective – Black History Month 2022: ‘Black Health & Wellness’
Public Statement on Trans Day of Remembrance (TDoR) 2021
PRESS RELEASE: The 519 Annual Gala 2021
The 519 Education and Training Facilitator, Susan Gapka commenting on the impact of the Ministry's announcement.
On November 6th 2015, The Minister of Health and Long-Term Care announced an intention to expand access to referrals for gender affirming surgery for trans people in Ontario. The government is proposing to allow all qualified health care providers across the province to refer patients for surgery.
For the next 45 days, community members are being invited to provide comments on the proposed amendments to Regulation 552 of the Health Insurance Act.
To comment on the proposal, or for more information, visit the Ministry website.
Rainbow Health Ontario have provided the following guidance if you are currently on the CAMH Waitlist:
'We advise that you do NOT take yourself off the CAMH waitlist. As more information becomes available, we advise you to talk to your family doctor about the changes and ask to make a plan for when they come into effect.'