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Montreal Fringe Focus – Lawyer turned Funny Girl Jess Salomon (VIDEO)

Posted June 14, 2011 by Erika

This past Saturday, Tyrone and I got to sit down with former war crimes lawyer turned comedienne, Jess Salomon. Salomon’s first solo show, ‘Jess Salomon: Doing Good’ opened at the St-Ambroise Fringe Festival June 09. We talked about her job at the UN, how she got into comedy, and got her opinion on current topics […]

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Events

Trouble in (Queer) Paradise: What Does It Take To Be Different After Dark?

Posted October 16, 2012 by Ian

There’s something in the Montreal soil that keeps bearing the raddest fruit. The newly minted queer collective, going by the name of Trouble is throwing it’s first of many dance party fundraisers for ACCM (AIDS Community Care Montreal) on November 3rd, at Espace Reunion (here is the Facebook event), lying just behind Montreal nightlife’s old […]

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Events

Beers & Queers: Website Launch with Mad June Thursday May 26

Posted May 21, 2011 by Erika

We are extremely proud, here at the Gaily, about the work we have already done and the love and support we have received from our friends, families, and complete strangers around the country. We are proud to be an independent lgbt voice in Canada that can talk about queer culture, sex, and politics in a […]

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Art

Apparition of the Wild: Jamie Ross Exhibits at SKOL in Montreal

Posted November 26, 2012 by Ian

An exciting new exhibit in Montreal opens this week, breaking new ground for queer artists and exploring in experimental ways how homosocial lives are lived on lands older than time. On Friday November 30th, SKOL will be hosting the opening reception of Montreal artist, historian and documentarian Jamie Ross’ latest work “Apparition of the wild”. […]

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Gaily Beat

Life “Without Men”, Youth Centre For Montreal, and Lesbians Want To Go To Prom

Posted August 2, 2011 by Nikki

As Summer has officially begun it’s descent into the world down below, my optimism has about as much cheer as a grave.

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Montreal

Montreal Queer Sparks Speak: It’s A Roundtable

Posted August 11, 2011 by Erika

In the next few weeks I will be very busy organizing a feminist roundtable over at kickaction.ca – you should probably check it out because there are some awesome queer Montrealers ready to speak their minds on topics that may be of interest to you. Earlier this spring, Montreal’s Girls Action Foundation launched the Light A […]

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Culture

BIXI Montreal – Sweaty and oh-so-fabulous.

Posted May 3, 2011 by Ty

Dear Bixi, I love you. I say this as I walk away from my now docked Bixi bike after my frantic rush to work this morning. I have to admit that I am an avid Bixi enthusiast and would suggest anyone ride one of these rent-able bikes anytime they need a quick trip in downtown Montreal. […]

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Arts & Entertainment

Top Five Film Picks at IMAGE+NATION XXV

Posted November 22, 2012 by Ian

Montreal’s Image+Nation International Film Festival is celebrating its 25th anniversary  this year and officially opens tonight with an invite only launch and after-party. All films will be presented at Cinéma du Parc from now until December 2nd and a full schedule can be found on the Image+Nation website. This year’s opening party is happening TONIGHT and […]

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