Gay Pride Parade Montreal 2017
Founded in 2007 as an initiative of Montréal's LGBT communities, Montréal Pride is now the largest LGBT gathering in the Francophone world. The organization's primary mission is to support and promote local LGBT communities while serving as a beacon of hope for people around the world who continue to battle injustice. Each year, Montréal Pride attracts close to 400,000 local and international visitors during a week of cultural and Community activities, including the Pride Parade and Community Day. Source: https://www.fiertemontrealpride.com/en/organization/
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Anchor for News at 6 and Late News at CTV while attending the Gay Pride Parade Montreal 2017. Mutsumi Takahashi is chief news anchor of CTV Montreal News. — in Montreal, Quebec.
MICHELLE EMSON Filmmaker, Project Manager, and Public Speaker in Toronto, Ontario, Canada Michelle Emson is an accomplished public speaker, devout technologist, committed human rights activist, documentary filmmaker, LGBTI advocate and educator.