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1991

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1991, January * Pink Triangle Community Calendar (PTCC)

This issue had 4 unnumbered pages. It consisted of a folded sheet of pink paper sized 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5"). The front and back pages had a format size of 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5") to be read in portrait orientation. The two central pages were a centre-fold of 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5") to be read in portrait orientation - which is to say, rotated 90° with respect to the front and back pages.

The front page of this issue was headed CLGRO—The Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ontario, and the article discusses the past work of CLGRO in advancing rights for the lesbian and gay community in Ontario over the prevous fifteen years, including lobbying to have sexual orientation included in the Ontario Human Rihgts Code. It also mentions future plans of CLGRO.

The centre-fold was entitled Calendar of Events (which are listed in this Chronology). The back page listed local organizations and clubs; it concluded with some classified ads. The following organizations were listed on the back page: AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener-Waterloo and Area (ACCKWA); AIDS Committee of Guelph & Wellington County; Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW); Gays Out Of Doors (GOOD); Guelph Gay Equality; Free Spirit Community Church; and Women Out Of Doors (WOODS). The Clubs listed were The Half and Half Club (Kitchener), The Robin's Nest (Cambridge), and Circles (Kitchener).

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January issue.]

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1991 January (Tuesdays) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE): Social Meetings

Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE) holds social meetings every Tuesday in University Centre Room 536, University of Guelph, 8 pm. See Tuesdays in the Calendar for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1991 January * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW): Coffeehouses

Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW) Coffeehouses resume weekly in the Modern Languages Building at the University of Waterloo, Room 104, 9-12 pm. Call the GLLOW phoneline at ###-#### for directions and more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1991 January * Womyn's Night: Meetings

“Monday is Womyn's Night on the GLLOW phoneline. As well, womyn are invited to drop in at the office for casual conversation and socializing.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1991 January * Circles: Ladies Night

“Thursdays are Ladies Nite at Circles! the Club; 24 Charles Street West in downtown Kitchener, across from the Transit Centre.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1991 January * Ontario NDP Government: Same-Sex Partner Benefits

“The NDP government is now providing benefits to same sex partners of provincial government employees. Why don't we call our Kitchener NDP MPP at ###-#### to congratulate them. ”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1991 January (and onward) * AIDS Information

The centre pages included a lengthy section describing education sessions and discussion groups organized by two different AIDS service organizations: the AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County and the AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener- Waterloo and Area.
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1991 January (Wednesdays) * we are everywhere: Radio Show

we are everywhere, a fifteen minute program on issues concerning lesbians and gay men airs Wednesdays at 12.30 and 5.15 pm (Nov. 1, 15 &29). CFRU-FM 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 January (Wednesdays) * Nowhere to Hide: Radio Show

Nowhere to Hide, a gay radio show, airs every Wednesday on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable, from 8-9 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 January (Wednesdays) * WomenSpin: Radio Show

WomenSpin, a program of music, news and events of interest to women can be heard on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable, Wednesdays 6-8 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 January (Thursdays) * Feminist Frequency: Radio Show

Feminist Frequency is a program dealing with issues of importance to womyn. Thursdays, 5.30-6 pm, CFRU-FM, 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 January (Thursdays) * The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show

The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show airs Thursdays 6-8 pm also on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable. Music for womyn, by womyn and about womyn.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS".]

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1991 January (Wednesdays) * WomenWise

WomenWise on CKWR-FM 98.7, 97.7 cable, 10.30-12 pm Wednesdays.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS".]

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1991, January 2 (Wednesday) * Gligor Murders (Kitchener)

On p.A1 of The Record (Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario), 2007, April 21, there was an article by Melinda Dalton, Record Staff entitled “DNA and a tip crack brutal 1991 slaying of couple” reviewing how the Gligor murder case had finally been solved. Information from that article follows. The reporter noted that on 1991, January 2, Josef Gligor (61) and his wife Persa Gligor (60) had been found brutally murdered in their Madison Avenue home in Kitchener. “In 1991, police said Josef Gligor, an employee of J. M. Schneider Inc.,was known to seek out transient homosexual encounters in downtown Kitchener, and they believed his behaviour may have put him risk.” Insp. Bryan Larkin indicated in the 2007 interview with the reporter that in the early days, there had been much public and police speculation that Gligor's homosexual behaviour had been a factor in the murders. The article also indicated that “A psychological profile of the suspect released by police shortly after the killings suggested he was a psychopathic killer linked to the gay community. Police said Joseph Gligor likely knew his killer and invited him into the house. Yesterday, those claims were laid to rest as police revealed they no longer believed the Gligors knew their killer and that the likely motive was robbery.” The report said that a tip, along with DNA evidence, allowed the police to prove conclusively on 2007, April 20 that the murderer had been James Harold Middeljans (33), who had a lengthy criminal record, and who had perished in a fire two years after the murder. After 16 years, all the speculation about a link between the murders and the local gay community was finally put to rest.
[source: The Record (Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario), 2007, April 21, p.A1.]

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1991, January 8 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality: Welcome Back Social Evening

Tuesday January 8. Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE) hosts a Welcome Back Social evening. See General Notices for location.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages.]

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1991, January 8 and 9 (Tuesday and Wednesday) * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo: Information Booth

January 8 and 9. Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW) staffs an information booth in the Campus Centre Great Hall at the University of Waterloo's "Club Day".”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages.]

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1991, January 9 (Wednesday) * GGLOW: Coffeehouse

Wednesday January 9. GLLOW weekly coffeehouse resume in ML104, 9-12pm. (See General Notices.)”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages.]

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1990, January 12 (Saturday) * ACCKWA: Opera Gala

“Saturday January 12. ACCKWA hosts an Opera Gala. Glyn Evans, renowned opera tenor, will be the featured artist. Knox Presbyterian Church at 7.30pm. Tickets go on sale December 3, $10. Buy them now! GST free!”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages.]

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1991, January 12 (Saturday) * ACCKWA: Opera Gala

Saturday January 12. ACCKWA hosts an Opera Gala. Glyn Evans, renowned opera tenor, will be the featured artist. Knox Presbyterian Church at 8pm. Tickets available at ACCKWA, The Bookshelf (Guelph), Wordsworth Books and at the Knox Church.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages.]

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1991, January 13 (Sunday) * Circles! the Club: The Outrageous Rusty Ryan and the Fabulous Falsies

Sunday January 13. The Outrageous Rusty Ryan and the Fabulous Falsies perform at Circles! the Club, on their Canadian Tour of Lipstick and Laughs.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages.]

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1991, January 15 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Movie Night

Tuesday January 15. GGLE host a Movie Night.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages.]

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1991, January 18 (Friday) * The Robin's Nest: Women's Dance

Friday January 18. Women's Dance at the Robin's Nest.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages.]

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1991, January 18 (Friday) * GLLOW: Fundraising Dance

Friday January 18 ... GLLOW holds a fundraising dance at Circles! the Club, 9pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages.]

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1991, January 19 (Saturday) * ACCKWA: Murder Mystery Evening

Saturday January 19. ACCKWA hosts a Murder Mystery Evening at the Conestoga Inn. Services donated by Actors Unlimited. Call the Inn at ###-### for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages.]

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1991, January 22 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Games Night

Tuesday January 22. GGLE holds a Games Night.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages.]

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1991, January 25 (Friday) * GGLE: Dance

Friday January 25. GGLE Dance at the Polish Hall, 5 Empire Street, Guelph, 9pm-1am.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages.]

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1991, January 27 (Sunday) * Circles! the Club: Twin City Drag Follies

Sunday January 27. The last Sunday of every month until June, Circles! the Club presents the Twin City Drag Follies, a club drag competition. The final show in June will select Miss Circles/Miss KW. 10pm. Prizes will be awarded.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages.]

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1991, January 29 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Discussion Night

Tuesday January 29. GGLE has a Discussion Night with a guest speaker.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages.]

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1991, February * Pink Triangle Community Calendar (PTCC)

This issue had 4 unnumbered pages. It consisted of a folded sheet of pink paper sized 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5"). The front and back pages had a format size of 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5") to be read in portrait orientation. The two central pages were a centre-fold of 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5") to be read in portrait orientation - which is to say, rotated 90° with respect to the front and back pages.

The front page of this issue was headed Notes from a Peace Activist's Diary, and the article discusses the author's feelings as Iraq did not abide by the UN deadline (1991, January 15) to withdraw from Kuwait, and was attacked by allied forces.

The centre-fold was entitled Calendar of Events (which are listed in this Chronology). The back page listed local organizations and clubs; it concluded with some classified ads. The following organizations were listed on the back page: AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener-Waterloo and Area (ACCKWA); AIDS Committee of Guelph & Wellington County; Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW); Gays Out Of Doors (GOOD); Guelph Gay Equality; Free Spirit Community Church; and Women Out Of Doors (WOODS). The Clubs listed were The Half and Half Club (Kitchener), The Robin's Nest (Cambridge), and Circles (Kitchener).

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February issue.]

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1991 February (Tuesdays) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE): Social Meetings

Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE) holds social meetings every Tuesday in University Centre Room 536, University of Guelph, 8 pm. See Tuesdays in the Calendar for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages, "General Notices"]

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1991 February * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW): Coffeehouses

Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW) Coffeehouses are held weekly in the Modern Languages Building at the University of Waterloo, Room 104, 9-12 pm. Call the GLLOW phoneline at ###-#### for directions and more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages, "General Notices"]

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1991 February * Womyn's Night: Meetings

“Monday is Womyn's Night on the GLLOW phoneline. As well, womyn are invited to drop in to the office for casual conversation and socializing.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages, "General Notices"]

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1991 February (and onward) * AIDS Information

The centre pages included a lengthy section describing education sessions and discussion groups organized by two different AIDS service organizations: the AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County and the AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener- Waterloo and Area.
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages, "General Notices"]

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1991 February (Wednesdays) * we are everywhere: Radio Show

we are everywhere, a fifteen minute program on issues concerning lesbians and gay men airs Wednesdays at 12.30 and 5.15 pm (Nov. 1, 15 &29). CFRU-FM 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages, "Radio Shows"]

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1991 February (Wednesdays) * Nowhere to Hide: Radio Show

Nowhere to Hide, a gay radio show, airs every Wednesday on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable, from 8-9 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages, "Radio Shows"]

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1991 February (Wednesdays) * WomenSpin: Radio Show

WomenSpin is a program of music, news and events of interest to women. Wednesday 6-8 pm on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages, "Radio Shows"]

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1991 February (Thursdays) * Feminist Frequency: Radio Show

Feminist Frequency is a program dealing with issues of importance to womyn. Thursdays, 5.30-6 pm, CFRU-FM, 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages, "Radio Shows"]

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1991 February (Thursdays) * The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show

The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show airs Thursdays 6-8 pm also on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable. Music for womyn, by womyn and about womyn.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages, "Radio Shows".]

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1991 February (Wednesdays) * WomenWise

WomenWise on CKWR-FM 98.7, 97.7 cable, 10.30-12 pm Wednesdays.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages, "Radio Shows".]

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1991, February 3 (Sunday) * The Robin's Nest: Country Dance

Sunday, February 3. Country Dance at the Robin's Nest 4-11pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages.]

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1991, February 5 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Movie Night

Tuesday, February 5. GGLE holds a Movie Night. The theme is Psychological Drama. UC536 at 8pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages.]

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1991, February 6 (Wednesday) * ACGWC: AIDS in Africa

Wednesday, February 6. ACGWC presents AIDS in Africa. 7.30pm at the Community Health Centre Guelph.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages.]

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1991, February 7 (Thursday) * ACCKWA:"The Crucible"

“Thurs February 7 — ACCKWA presents a KW Little Theatre special performance of Arthur Miller's "The Crucible." Tickets $10 GST-free at the door, or from ACCKWA.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, January, centre pages.]

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1991, February 7 (Thursday) * The KW Little Theatre: "The Crucible"

Thursday, February 7. The KW Little Theatre presents Aurther Miller's "The Crucible", a benefit performance for ACCKWA. Victoria Park Pavilion at 8pm. Tickets are $10 at the door.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages.]

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1991, February 8 (Friday) * The Robin's Nest: Ladies Dance

Friday, February 8. Ladies Dance at the Robin's Nest.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages.]

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1991, February 12 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Valentine Social

Tuesday, February 12. GGLE holds a Valentine Social. UC536 at 8pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages.]

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1991, February 14 (Thursday) * Circles!: Cupid's Valentine's Boogy Bash

Thursday, February 14. Cupid's Valentine's Boogy Bash at Circles! Door prizes include a Dinner for Two.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages.]

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1991, February 14 (Thursday) * The Robin's Nest: Valentine's Dinner Dance

Thursday, February 14 ... Valentine's Dinner Dance at the Robin's Nest. Full course meal and drink for $30 per couple. Call ###-#### for tickets (limited), or just come to the dance.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages.]

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1991, February 16 (Saturday) * ACCKWA: Valentine Dance

Saturday, February 16. ACCKWA holds a Valentine dance at Circles! Voluntary cover, live entertainment and a free flower to the first lucky 100 people!”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages.]

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1991, February 16 (Saturday) * The Robin's Nest: Valentine's Dance

Saturday, February 16 ... Valentine's Dance at the Robin's Nest.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages.]

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1991, February 19 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Discussion Night

Tuesday, February 19. GGLE holds a Discussion night. The topic is Spouses of Gays. UC536 at 8pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages.]

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1991, February 20 (Wednesday) * Gligor Murders (Kitchener): K-W Record: K-W Gays Angered They Weren't Warned

On p.A1 of The Record (Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario), 1991, February 20 Wednesday Home Edition, there was an article by Greg Crone, Record staff, entitled “K-W gays angered they weren't warned” This article involved interviews with various members of the gay community. The article included numerous comments by Larry MacLean (the Executive Director of ACCKWA), indicating concern that the police had failed to notify the gay community of a possible connection between the Gligor murders and the gay community; he raised the spectre of a gay-basher posing as a gay man. He also suggested that police begin working with gay organizations to combat homophobia. There were also several comments from people at Circles (a gay dance club and bar at 24 Charles St. W., later the site of Club Renaissance); although some people expressed concerns similar to that of McLean, the owner of Circles, Tom Riedel said that he was satisfied with how the police had handled the situation.
[source: The Record (Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario), 1991, February 20 Wednesday Home Edition, p.A1.]

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1991, February 21 (Thursday) * University of Guelph: Casino Night at Creelman Hall

Thursday February 21. Casino Night at Creelman Hall, University of Guelph. Sponsored by the Central Students Association and all proceeds go to ACCKWA and ACGWC.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages.]

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1991, February 22 (Friday) * GGLE: Dance

Friday February 22. GGLE Dance. Call the Gayline ###-#### for location.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages.]

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1991, February 24 (Sunday) * Circles: Twin Cities Drag Follies

Sunday, February 24. Second level of the Twin Cities Drag Follies at Circles. Hosted by Rusty Ryan. $50 First Prize, $25 Second Prize.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages.]

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1991, February 24 (Sunday) * The Robin's Nest: Country Dance

Sunday, February 24 ... Country Dance at the Robin's Nest, 4-11pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages.]

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1991, February 26 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Member's Own Meeting

Tuesday, February 26. Member's Own Meeting at GGLE. Member's will set the agenda UC536 at 8pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages.]

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1991, March * Pink Triangle Community Calendar (PTCC)

This issue had 4 unnumbered pages, and also three inserts — a subscription form printed on one side, an announcement of an AIDS-themed event also printed on one side, and a copy of Issue 1, Volume 1 March 1991 of The GLLOW Pages. The March issue of the PTCC consisted of a folded sheet of pink paper sized 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5"). The two one-sheet inserts were sized 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5"). The insert of the The GLLOW Pages consisted of 4 numbered pages in 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5") format. The front and back pages of the PTCC had a format size of 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5") to be read in portrait orientation; its two central pages were a centre-fold of 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5") to be read in portrait orientation - which is to say, rotated 90° with respect to the front and back pages. The insert of The GLLOW Pages was in a standard 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5") format.

The front page of this issue was headed INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY, and the article discusses the history behind International Women's Day (IWD), and mentions some of the special events during the week that celebrates IWD.

The centre-fold was entitled Calendar of Events (which are listed in this Chronology). The back page listed local organizations and clubs; it concluded with some classified ads. The following organizations were listed on the back page: AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener-Waterloo and Area (ACCKWA); AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County; Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW); Gays Out Of Doors (GOOD); Guelph Gay Equality; Free Spirit Community Church; and Women Out Of Doors (WOODS). The Clubs listed were The Half and Half Club (Kitchener), The Robin's Nest (Cambridge), and Circles (Kitchener).

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March issue.]

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1991 March (Tuesdays) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE): Social Meetings

Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE) holds social meetings every Tuesday in University Centre Room 536, University of Guelph, 8 pm. See Tuesdays in the Calendar for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages, "General Notices"]

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1991 March * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW): Coffeehouses

Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW) Coffeehouses are held weekly in the Modern Languages Building at the University of Waterloo, Room 104, 9-12 pm. Call the GLLOW phoneline at ###-#### for directions and more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages, "General Notices"]

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1991 March * Womyn's Night: Meetings

“Monday is Womyn's Night on the GLLOW phoneline. As well, womyn are invited to drop in to the office for casual conversation and socializing.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages, "General Notices"]

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1991 March (and onward) * ACCKWA: ACCKWA Presents

The centre pages included a section entitled ACCKWA presents... that announced a workshop series of 9 sessions called SELF AFFIRMATION (Monday nights 7:30 - 10:30 pm), and also a safer-sex discussion series called SEX. GUYS & VIDEOTAPE (Thursdays 7:30 - 10 pm).
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages, "General Notices"]

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1991 March (Wednesdays) * we are everywhere: Radio Show

we are everywhere, a fifteen minute program on issues concerning lesbians and gay men airs Wednesdays at 12:30 and 5:15 pm CFRU-FM 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages, "Radio Shows"]

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1991 March (Wednesdays) * Nowhere to Hide: Radio Show

Nowhere to Hide., a gay radio show, airs every Wednesday on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable, from 8-9 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages, "Radio Shows"]

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1991 March (Wednesdays) * WomenSpin: Radio Show

WomenSpin is a program of music, news and events of interest to women. Wednesday 6-8 pm on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages, "Radio Shows"]

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1991 March (Thursdays) * Feminist Frequency: Radio Show

Feminist Frequency is a program dealing with issues of importance to womyn. Thursdays, 5:30-6 pm, CFRU-FM, 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages, "Radio Shows"]

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1991 March (Thursdays) * The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show

The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show airs Thursdays 6-8 pm on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable. Music for womyn, by womyn and about womyn.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages, "Radio Shows".]

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1991 March (Wednesdays) * WomenWise

WomenWise on CKWR-FM 98.7, 97.7 cable, 10:30-12 pm Wednesdays.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages, "Radio Shows".]

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1991, March * The GLLOW Pages

The header of this issue was “The GLLOW Pages. Sponsored by the Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo. Issue 1, Volume 1. March 1991.” The issue was supplied as an insert to the 1991, March issue of the Pink Triangle Community Calendar. Pages 2, 3, and 4 were numbered, and the issue was in a standard 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5") format.

The first page of the issue began with a Welcome section, in which the purpose of the publication was laid out; it included a call for articles, comments and letters to the editor. The rest of the first page included the beginning of a lengthy article on GLLOW (under the header “This Month's Spotlight”), pointing out that 1991 marked the 20th anniversary of the establishment of GLLOW. This article (which continued on to p.3 and then p.4) also gave some history of GLLOW and details of its services: its peer counselling phoneline, library and dances. It also floated some ideas for future projects: more activism, more educational educational public speaking, a new version of the Operation Socrates handbook from the early 1970s, and increased marketing of GLLOW and its services.

The second page began with an article entitled “On Our Own Terms: Gays and Lesbians vs. The Law.” It was a review of a book with the title On Our Own Terms that was to be published by the Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ontario by the end of February, 1991 (80 pages, soft cover, at a cost of $7.95 plus shipping and taxes). It was described as a “unique guidebook, recommended for anyone uncertain as to how legal issues affect gays and lesbians.” The article concluded with ordering details.

The third page began with a section entitled “GLLOW Turns 20 - with amnesia!” which gave the starting date of GLLOW (as the Waterloo Universities' Gay Liberation Movement) as March 8, 1971. It also announced that there would be a 20th anniversary celebration of the group on March 23, 1991 in room 280 of Hagey Hall at the University of Waterloo from 7 pm to 1 am. The article concluded with an appeal for information about the history of the group over the previous 20 years, and promised that the celebration would include a panel discussion by former members of the group.

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March issue - as an insert to the March issue.]

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1991, March 1-3 (Friday to Sunday) * Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ontario: Conference

March 1-3 — Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ontario (CLGRO) holds a conference in Waterloo, hosted by GLLOW. Phone the GLLOW phoneline, ###-#### Mon-Fri 7-10pm for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages.]

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1991, March 1 (Friday) * Coalition of Lesbian and Gay Campus Groups : Meeting

Friday, March 1. Coalition of Lesbian and Gay Campus Groups meeting - U of W Campus Centre 138 - 10:30am.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991 March 2 (Saturday) * International Women's Week: Workshops

“Saturday - Four 1 hour Workshops for Women (held at Charles Street Senior Centre in Kitchener)

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages, "General Notices" under "International Women's Week"]

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1991, March 2 (Saturday) * Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights of Ontario: Meeting

Saturday, March 2. Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights of Ontario (CLGRO) meets at U of W Math & Computer Building 5158 at 10:30am.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991 March 3 (Sunday) * International Women's Week: Two Films

“Sunday - Goddess Remembered and Burning Times - two NFB films - Princess Cinema”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages, "General Notices" under "International Women's Week"]

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1991, March 3 (Sunday) * Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights of Ontario: Meeting

Sunday, March 3. Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights of Ontario (CLGRO) meets at U of W Math & Computer Building 5158 at 10:00am.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 3 (Sunday) * Free Spirit Community Church: Worship

Sunday, March 3 ... Free Spirit Community Church worship - 7:00 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991 March 4 (Monday) * International Women's Week: Women's Craft Fair

“Monday - Women's Craft Fair - 9:30 am - 3:30 pm - U of W Campus Centre
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages, "General Notices" under "International Women's Week"]

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1991 March 4 (Monday) * International Women's Week: Women in Politics

“Monday ... - Women in Politics: Where do we go from here? - U of W - ###-####x####”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages, "General Notices" under "International Women's Week"]

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1991, March 4 (Monday) * The Robin's Nest: 'Old Fashioned Disco' dance

Monday, March 4. The Robin's Nest is holding an 'Old Fashioned Disco' Dance.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991 March 5 (Tuesday) * International Women's Week: Women's Spirituality

“Tuesday - Women's Spirituality - 7-9 pm - U of W Campus Centre room 135”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages, "General Notices" under "International Women's Week"]

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1991 March 5 (Tuesday) * International Women's Week: a Film

“Tuesday ... - Speaking of Nairobi - a film shown at 155 Lincolin Road, Waterloo, at 8 pm”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages, "General Notices" under "International Women's Week"]

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1991, March 5 (Tuesday) * CGLE: Meeting

Tuesday, March 5. CGLE meeting - General meeting & elections.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991 March 6 (Wednesday) * International Women's Week: Sexism & the Law

“Wednesday - Marilou McPherdan: Sexism & the Law - Is anything Changing? - 7:30 pm - U of W Davis Centre 1302 - $3 students/$4 Non-students”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages, "General Notices" under "International Women's Week"]

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1991, March 6 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

Wednesday, March 6. GLLOW Coffeehouse - U of W - ML 104 - 9:00 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 6 (Wednesday) * Free Spirit Community Church: When AIDS Comes to Church

Wednesday, March 6 ... Free Spirit Community Church - When AIDS Comes to Church - 7:15 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 6 (Wednesday) * The Robin's Nest: Eucher Night

Wednesday, March 6 ... The Robin's Nest holds a Eucher Night staring at 7 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991 March 7 (Thursday) * International Women's Week: Information Displays

“Thursday - Information Displays - 9:30 am - 4:30 pm - U of W Campus Centre”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages, "General Notices" under "International Women's Week"]

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1991 March 7 (Thursday) * International Women's Week: Beverly Bratty Performance

“Thursday ... - Beverly Bratty Performs - 8 pm - U of W Bombshelter - Campus Centre - $2 ”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages, "General Notices" under "International Women's Week"]

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1991 March 8 (Friday) * International Women's Week: Women's Dance at Robin's Nest

“Friday - Women's Dance at Robin's Nest”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages, "General Notices" under "International Women's Week"]

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1991 March 8 (Friday) * International Women's Week: IWD Art & Craft Show

“Friday ... - IWD Art & Craft Show - 7-8 pm - 155 Lincolin Road, Waterloo”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages, "General Notices" under "International Women's Week"]

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1991 March 8 (Friday) * International Women's Week: Coffeehouse & Dry Dance

“Friday ... - Coffeehouse & Dry Dance - 8 pm - 155 Lincolin Road, Waterloo”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages, "General Notices" under "International Women's Week"]

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1991, March 8 (Friday) * The Robin's Nest: Ladies Dance

Friday, March 8. Ladies Dance at the Robin's Nest - 8 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991 March 9 (Saturday) * International Women's Week: Peace March and Rally

“Saturday - Peace March and Rally - 12 Noon - Park between Centre in the Square and Public Library. Rally to follow.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages, "General Notices" under "International Women's Week"]

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1991, March 10 (Sunday) * WOODS: Open House

Sunday, March 10. WOODS - Open house at Stratford Festival.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 10 (Sunday) * Free Spirit Community Church: Worship

Sunday, March 10 ... Free Spirit Community Church - Worship 7:00 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 10 (Sunday) * The Robin's Nest: The Country Sunday Dance

Sunday, March 10 ... It's The Country Sunday dance at the Robin's Nest.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 12 (Tuesday) * GLLOW: U of W Student Life Fair

Tuesday, March 12. U of W Student Life Fair in Campus Centre, all members of GLLOW are encouraged to help with our booth.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 12 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Meeting

Tuesday, March 12 ... GGLE meeting - Guest Speakers - Gay Fathers.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 13 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

Wednesday, March 13. GLLOW Coffeehouse - U of W - ML 104 - 9:00 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 13 (Wednesday) * Free Spirit Community Church: When AIDS Comes to Church

Wednesday, March 13 ... Free Spirit Community Church - When AIDS Comes to Church - 7:15 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 15 (Friday) * WOODS: Potluck Supper

Friday, March 15. WOODS has an 'Ides of March' potluck supper at 6 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 16 (Saturday) * WOODS: Tour of Sportsman Show and R.O.M.

Saturday, March 16. WOODS - Tour of Sportsmans Show and R.O.M.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 16 * ACGWC: Cabaret/Dance Night

March 16 — ACGWC Cabaret/Dance night 8pm-1pm at the Loft on Carden Street in Guelph. Details next issue.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages.]

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1991, March 16 (Saturday) * ACGWC: Cabaret/Dance night

Saturday, March 16 ... ACGWC Cabaret/Dance night 8pm-1pm at the Loft on Carden Street in Guelph.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 17 (Sunday) * Free Spirit Community Church: St. Patrick's Day Worship

Sunday, March 17. Free Spirit Community Church - St. Patrick's Day Worship 7:00 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 19 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Meeting

Tuesday, March 19. GGLE meeting- Coming out - Discussion.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 19 (Tuesday) * GLLOW: Cinema Gratis

Tuesday, March 19 ... GLLOW hosts Cinema Gratis - Parting Glances - U of W Campus Centre - 9:00 pm. Free!”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 20 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

Wednesday, March 20. GLLOW Coffeehouse - U of W - ML 104 - 9:00 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 20 (Wednesday) * Free Spirit Community Church: When AIDS Comes to Church

Wednesday, March 20 ... Free Spirit Community Church - When AIDS Comes to Church - 7:15 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 20 (Wednesday) * The Robin's Nest: Eucher Night

Wednesday, March 20 ... The Robin's Nest holds a Eucher Night staring at 7 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 20 (Wednesday) * The 519 Community Centre: Book Launch

Wednesday, March 20 ... At the 519 Community Centre in Toronto from 5 to 8 there is a book launching of On Our Own Terms: a practical guide for gay and lesbian relationships ($7.95) written by Laurie Bell. There will be refreshments and a cash bar.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 22 (Friday) * WOODS: Cards & Games Night

Friday, March 22. WOODS has a Cards & Games Night at 7:30 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 22 (Friday) * GGLE: Dance

Friday, March 22 ... GGLE Dance at the Electrical Workers' Hall at Silvercreek and Woodlawn in Guelph.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 23 (Saturday) * GLLOW: 20th Anniversary Celebration

Saturday, March 23. GLLOW's 20th Anniversary Celebration - 7 pm - U of W - Hagey Hall 208 - Followed by a dance at Circles!”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 23 (Saturday) * GLLOW: 20th Anniversary Celebration

The 20th anniversary celebration of GLLOW occured. About 60 past and present members attended. There was a discussion panel with GLLOW members from the different time periods reminiscing.
[source: Jim Parrott]

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1991, March 24 (Sunday) * Free Spirit Community Church: Palm Sunday Worship

Sunday, March 24. Free Spirit Community Church - Palm Sunday Worship - 7:00 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 24 (Sunday) * The Robin's Nest: The Country Sunday Dance

Sunday, March 24 ... It's The Country Sunday dance at the Robin's Nest.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 26 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Meeting

Tuesday, March 26. GGLE meeting - Socializing.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 27 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

Wednesday, March 27. GLLOW Coffeehouse - U of W - ML 104 - 9:00 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 29 (Friday) * Free Spirit Community Church: Good Friday Worship

Friday, March 29. Free Spirit Community Church - Good Friday Worship - 7:00 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991 March 29 * U of W Humanities Theatre: Concert

March 29 — Ferron, Connie Kaldor and James Keelaghan will be in concert together at the U of W Humanities Theatre. Reserved seating. Tickets are $17 and on sale now from the theatre box office (###-####) or Provident Bookstore (###-####).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, February, centre pages.]

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1991, March 29 (Friday) * Ferron, Connie Kaldor and James Keelaghan: Concert

Friday, March 29 ... Ferron, Connie Kaldor and James Keelaghan will be in concert together at the U of W Humanities Theatre - 8:00 pm. Reserved seating. Tickets are $17 and on sale now from the theatre box office (###-####) or Provident Bookstore (###-####).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 31 (Sunday) * Free Spirit Community Church: Easter Sunday Worship

Sunday, March 31. Free Spirit Community Church - Easter Sunday Worship - 7:00 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, March 31 (Sunday) * WOODS: Easter Sunday Brunch and Hike

Sunday, March 31 ... WOODS has an Easter Sunday Brunch and hike 12:30 pm. in Guelph.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, March, centre pages.]

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1991, April * Pink Triangle Community Calendar (PTCC)

This issue had 4 unnumbered pages, and also two inserts - one consisting of a subscription form printed on one side and an announcement of an AIDS-themed event printed on the other side, and the other consisting of a copy of Issue 2, Volume 1 April 1991 of The GLLOW Pages) (the latter also in 4 unnumbered pages). All components, including the one-sheet insert and Issue 2, Volume 1 April 1991 of The GLLOW Pages) were in 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5") format. In a departure from previous practice, all pages, except the advertisement of the AIDS-themed event, could be read without rotating the copy.

The front page of this issue was headed UNCONDITIONAL ACCEPTANCE, and the article recounts the author's experience speaking as a gay man on a GLLOW panel before a group of forty high-school students at St. Benedict Catholic Secondary School. The experience was described as very positive one, with some of the students inviting the panel afterwards to go with them to a local restaurant.

The second page was entitled “IN THE AREA” and listed the following organization: AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener-Waterloo and Area (ACCKWA); AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County; Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW); Gays Out Of Doors (GOOD); Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality; Guelph Lesbians and Dykes (GLAD); Free Spirit Community Church; and Women Out Of Doors (WOODS). The Clubs listed were Circles! (Kitchener) and The Robin's Nest (Cambridge).

The third page was entitled IN APRIL and gave a calendar of events (which are listed in this Chronology), which was continued on the fourth page. The fourth page also listed local radio shows; it concluded with some classified ads.

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April issue.]

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1991 April * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW): Coffeehouses

“GLLOW hosts coffeehouses every Wednesday night from 9 to 11 at the University of Waterloo Modern Languages Building, room 104. GLLOW also holds dances through out the year at Circles!”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, second page, "IN THE AREA"]

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1991 April * Womyn's Night: Meetings

“Monday nights at the phoneline is Womyn's Night. Womyn are encouraged to drop in or call for socializing and discussion.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, second page, "IN THE AREA"]

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1991 April (Tuesdays) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE): Social Meetings

“The GGLE holds social meetings every Tuesday in the University Centre, Room 536, at the University of Guelph, starting at 8 pm. See the month's calendar for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, second page, "IN THE AREA"]

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1991 April (Wednesdays) * Guelph Lesbians and Dykes (GLAD): Meetings

“GLAD provides support, information, discussions, friendship & fun for the lesbian community. Meetings are on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7:30 pm - U of G - University Centre room 536.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, second page, "IN THE AREA"]

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1991 April (Wednesdays) * we are everywhere: Radio Show

we are everywhere, a fifteen minute program on issues concerning lesbians and gay men airs Wednesdays at 12:20 and 5:15 pm CFRU-FM 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, fourth page, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 April (Wednesdays) * Nowhere to Hide: Radio Show

Nowhere to Hide, a gay radio show, airs every Wednesday on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, fourth page, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 April (Wednesdays) * WomenSpin: Radio Show

WomenSpin is a program of music, news and events of interest to women. Wednesday 6-8 pm on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, fourth page, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 April (Wednesdays) * Feminist Frequency: Radio Show

Feminist Frequency is a program dealing with issues of importance to women. Wednesday 6-8 pm on CKMS-FM 94.5/95.5 on cable.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, fourth page, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 April (Thursdays) * The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show

The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show, a show with music for womyn, by womyn and about womyn, airs Thursdays 6-8 pm on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, fourth page, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 April (Wednesdays) * WomenWise

WomenWise airs Wednesdays 10:30-12 pm on CKWR-FM 98.7, 97.7 on cable.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, fourth page, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991, April * The GLLOW Pages

The header of this issue was “The GLLOW Pages. Sponsored by the Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo. Issue 2, Vol 1. April 1991.” The issue was supplied as an insert to the 1991, April issue of the Pink Triangle Community Calendar. The pages in the issue were not numbered, and the issue was in a standard 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5") format.

Much of the first page was devoted to the beginning of “This Month's Spotlight: Safe Sex Gets Hard to Swallow ” - a lengthy article concerning a “gay man's safe sex guide that appeared in the February 15th issue of The Muse” published at Memorial University in Newfoundland. The article gave details of the controversay and sanctions that arose at Memorial University following this event. It also pointed to similar problems that occurred when The Cord, the student newspaper at Wilfrid Laurier University, published a portion of this safe sex guide. The article ended on the fourth page, and gave an excerpt from the original article, as well as spelling out which sexual practices are high, lower and low risk for contracting HIV. The first page also described an attempt to "zap" a pub at Fed Hall (show up and be transparent about being queer), which did not go ahead because only 8 GLLOW members showed up.

The second page included an editorial about problems associated with publishing “The GLLOW Pages.” It also contained a report entitled “GLLOW's 20th ANNIVERSARY A GREAT SUCCESS” - which described the celebration on March 22, referring to the fact that there were about 50 current and former members of GLLOW present, and that there was a discussion panel of 7 past members from different eras. The author suggested that in 1991 it was much easier to come out than 20 years earlier, and that the fight for human rights for the queer community had grown much stronger. The article indicated that there was a desire to hold a 25th anniversary celebration.

The third page of the issue included a large-sized announcement indicating that GLLOW was setting up a womyn's group; it concluded with a cartoon about the GLLOW phoneline.

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, issue issue - as an insert to the April issue.]

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1991, April 2 (Tuesday) * Gligor Murders (Kitchener): K-W Record: Letter: Had to speak out

On p.A6 of The Record (Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario), 1991, April 2, there was a letter written by Larry MacLean of Kitchener entitled “Had to speak out” in response to some criticism over his comments in the February 20 article entitled “Gays Angered They Weren't Warned”. In the letter, the author pointed out that although The Record acknowledged him to be the Executive Director of the AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener-Waterloo and Area (ACCKWA), the opinions that he expressed in his letter of February 20th were his own personal opinions, and not necessarily those of ACCKWA.
[source: The Record (Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario), 1991, April 2, p.A6.]

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1991, April 2 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Meeting

Tue 2 • GGLE meeting - U of G - UC 536 - 8pm Topic: the movie Orientations co-sponsored by the Women's Resource Centre.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 3 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

Wed 3 • GLLOW coffeehouse - U of W - ML 104 - 9 to 11pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 3 (Wednesday) * GLAD: Meeting

Wed 3 ... • GLAD meeting 7:30 pm - U of G - UC 536.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 3 (Wednesday) * Free Spirit Community Church: When AIDS Comes to Church

Wed 3 ... • Free Spirit Community Church - Meeting: "When AIDS comes to church" at 7:15, 136 Allen St. E. Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 4 (Thursday) * Waterloo Regional Health Unit: AIDS, A Lesbian Tells Her Story

Thu 4 • AIDS, A Lesbian Tells Her Story - Waterloo Regional Health Unit - 7:30 to 9:30 pm. (See pink insert).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 5 (Friday) * GLLOW: 'Zapping' The Bombshelter

Fri 5 • GLLOW is 'Zapping' The Bombshelter at the U of W. Details are not finalized, but calling the GLLOW phoneline will get you them! (This is in reaction to the way the women were treated on International Women's Day).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 6 (Saturday) * ACGWC and ACCKWA: Cabaret & Dance

Sat 6. • Cabaret & Dance - hosted by ACGWC and ACCKWA. Performers and support from Guelph Little Theatre, WLU, U of G and GGLE. Cabaret starts at 8:30pm with dance 10pm to 1am. Tickets are $8 advance/$10 at the door. Location: The Loft at 1 Carden St., Guelph. Tickets at the Bookshelf, ACCKWA, & ACGWC.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 7 (Sunday) * Free Spirit Community Church: Worship

Sun 7 • Free Spirit Community Church Worship - 7:00 pm at 136 Allen St. E, Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 9 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Meeting

Tue 9 • GGLE meeting - U of G - UC 536 - 8pm Topic: Social.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 9 (Tuesday) * WOODS: Planning Meeting

Tue 9 ... WOODS Planning Meeting - 7:00 pm. Come out and get involved. Everyone is welcome. Contact WOODS for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 9 (Tuesday) * Theatre of the Arts in the Modern Languages: TABU - a CELEBRATION of SEXUALITY

Tue 9 ... • TABU - a CELEBRATION of SEXUALITY - Presented by the Canadian Stage Company and The Hour Company. Held at the Theatre of the Arts in the Modern Languages Building at the University of Waterloo. Show starts 1:00 pm. Each performance is followed by a 30 minute discussion period. Cost is $5 for youth & unwaged/$15 for adult. To reserve tickets call ###-####/(###)###-#### for group bookings.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 10 (Wednesday) * Free Spirit Community Church: "When AIDS Comes to Church"

Wed 10 • Free Spirit Community Church - Meeting: "When AIDS comes to church" at 7:15, 136 Allen St. E. Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 10 (Wednesday) * TABU: a CELEBRATION of SEXUALITY

Wed 10 • TABU - a CELEBRATION of SEXUALITY - 1:00 pm. See Tue, April 9 for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 11 (Thursday) * TABU: a CELEBRATION of SEXUALITY

Thu 11 • TABU - a CELEBRATION of SEXUALITY - 1:00 & 8:00 pm. See Tue, April 9 for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 12 (Friday) * TABU: a CELEBRATION of SEXUALITY

Fri 12 • TABU - a CELEBRATION of SEXUALITY - 1:00 & 8:00 pm. See Tue, April 9 for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 13 (Saturday) * TABU: a CELEBRATION of SEXUALITY

Sat 13 • TABU - a CELEBRATION of SEXUALITY - 8:00 pm. See Tue, April 9 for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 14 (Sunday) * Free Spirit Community Church: Worship

Sun 14 • Free Spirit Community Church Worship - 7:00 pm at 136 Allen St. E, Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 16 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Meeting

Tue 16 • GGLE meeting - U of G - UC 536 - 8pm Topic: Discussion - Relationships.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 17 (Wednesday) * Free Spirit Community Church: "When AIDS Comes to Church"

Wed 17 • Free Spirit Community Church - Meeting: "When AIDS comes to church" at 7:15, 136 Allen St. E. Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 17 (Wednesday) * GLAD: Meeting

Wed 17 ... • GLAD meeting 7:30 pm - U of G - UC 536.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991 April 20 (Saturday) * PTCC: Submission Deadline

Sat 20 • Submission Deadline for PTCC.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 21 (Sunday) * Free Spirit Community Church: Worship

Sun 21 • Free Spirit Community Church Worship - 7:00 pm at 136 Allen St. E, Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 22 (Monday) * ACCKWA: Volunteer Coordinator's Quarterly Meeting

Mon 22 • ACCKWA's Volunteer Coordinators' Quarterly Meeting. Key topic: Confidentiality. Time and place to be announced. Everyone is welcome.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 23 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Meeting

Tue 23 • GGLE meeting - U of G - UC 536 - 8pm Topic: Games - Family Feud.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 24 (Wednesday) * Free Spirit Community Church: "When AIDS Comes to Church"

Wed 24 • Free Spirit Community Church - Meeting: "When AIDS comes to church" at 7:15, 136 Allen St. E. Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 25 (Thursday) * Waterloo Regional Health Unit: Safe, But Still Hot, Sex

Thu 25 • Safe, But Still Hot, Sex - Waterloo Regional Health Unit - 7:30 to 9:30 pm. (See pink Insert).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 25 (Thursday) * Theatre of the Arts: DREAMING - A Musical Fantasy

Thu 25 ... • DREAMING - a musical fantasy produced by Starlight Theatre in support of ACCKWA. This original musical is for all ages. Curtain: 8:00 pm. Theatre of the Arts - University of Waterloo. Cost: $6 in advance/$8 at the door. A cast and crew of over 50 people put 6000 hours into the production. A definite must see.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 26 (Friday) * GGLE: Dance

Fri 26 • GGLE Dance - $2 GGLE members/$3 other clubs members/$4 non-members. Held at The School House, 611 Silvercreek Parkway North.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 26 (Friday) * Theatre of the Arts: DREAMING

Fri 26 ... • DREAMING - See Thursday, 25 for description. Curtain: 8:00 pm. Theatre of the Arts - University of Waterloo. Cost: $6 in advance/$8 at the door.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 27 (Saturday) * Theatre of the Arts: DREAMING

Sat 27 • DREAMING (Matinee) - See Thursday, 25 for description. Curtain: 2:00 pm. Theatre of the Arts - University of Waterloo. Cost: $6 in advance/$8 at the door.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 28 (Sunday) * WOODS: Biking

Sun 28 • WOODS goes biking. Meet at Waterloo Town Square at 1 pm. If the weather is bad, let's meet to plan cycling events.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, April 30 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Meeting

Tue 30 • GGLE meeting - U of G - UC 536 - 8pm Topic: Spring-out Social.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, May * Pink Triangle Community Calendar (PTCC)

This issue had 4 unnumbered pages, and also a one-sheet insert (subscription form). All components, including the one-sheet insert were in 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5") format.

The front page of this issue was headed Gay Liberation and Socialism, and the article explored the role of capitalism in the oppression of gay people, and also links between socialism and gay liberation; the article concluded on the back page.

The second unnumbered page listed the following organizations: AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener-Waterloo and Area (ACCKWA); AIDS Committee of Guelph & Wellington County; Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW); Gays Out Of Doors (GOOD); Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE); Guelph Lesbians and Dykes (GLAD); Free Spirit Community Church; Only Wonderful Lesbians (OWLS); and Women Out Of Doors (WOODS). This page also listed the following bars and night clubs: Circles! (Kitchener) and The Robin's Nest (Cambridge).

The third unnumbered page was entitled IN MAY and gave a calendar of events (which are listed in this Chronology). The fourth unnumbered page listed local radio shows; it concluded with some classified ads.

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May issue.]

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1991 May * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW): Coffeehouses

“GLLOW hosts coffeehouses every Wednesday night from 9 to 11 at the University of Waterloo Modern Languages Building, room 104. GLLOW also holds dances through out the year at Circles!”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, second unnumbered page, "IN THE AREA"]

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1991 May * Womyn's Night: Meetings

“Monday nights at the phoneline is Womyn's Night. Womyn are encouraged to drop in or call for socializing and discussion.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, second unnumbered page, "IN THE AREA"]

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1991 May (Tuesdays) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE): Social Meetings

“The GGLE holds social meetings every Tuesday in the University Centre, Room 536, at the University of Guelph, starting at 8 pm. See the month's calendar for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, second unnumbered page, "IN THE AREA"]

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1991 May (Wednesdays) * Guelph Lesbians and Dykes (GLAD): Meetings

“GLAD provides support, information, discussions, friendship & fun for the lesbian community. Meetings are on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7:30 pm - U of G - University Centre room 536.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, second unnumbered page, "IN THE AREA"]

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1991 May (Wednesdays) * we are everywhere: Radio Show

we are everywhere, a fifteen minute program on issues concerning lesbians and gay men airs Wednesdays at 12:20 and 5:15 pm CFRU-FM 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, fourth unnumbered page, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 May (Wednesdays) * Nowhere to Hide: Radio Show

Nowhere to Hide, a gay radio show, airs every Wednesday on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, fourth unnumbered page, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 May (Wednesdays) * WomenSpin: Radio Show

WomenSpin is a program of music, news and events of interest to women. Wednesday 6-8 pm on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, fourth unnumbered page, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 May (Wednesdays) * Feminist Frequency: Radio Show

Feminist Frequency is a program dealing with issues of importance to women. Wednesday 6-8 pm on CKMS-FM 94.5/95.5 on cable.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, fourth unnumbered page, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 May (Thursdays) * The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show

The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show, a show with music for womyn, by womyn and about womyn, airs Thursdays 6-8 pm on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, fourth unnumbered page, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 May (Wednesdays) * Womenwise: Radio Show

WomenWise airs Wednesdays 10:30-12 pm on CKWR-FM 98.7, 97.7 on cable.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, fourth unnumbered page, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991, May 1 (Wednesday) * WOODS: Softball Game

Wed 1 • WOODS softball game. Meeting at 7 pm. Call Lisa for details - ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, centre pages.]

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1991, May 5 (Sunday) * Free Spirit Community Church: Worship

Sun 5 • Free Spirit Community Church Worship - 7:00 pm at 136 Allen St. E, Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, centre pages.]

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1991, May 5 (Sunday) * WOODS: Trout Fishing Trip

May 5 • WOODS Trout fishing trip. Contact WOODS for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, May 5 (Sunday) * WOODS: Trout Fishing Trip

Sun 5 ... • WOODS Trout fishing trip at Glen Haffy, 8:30 pm, Conservation area outside of Orangeville. Contact Kathy for more information - ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, centre pages.]

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1991, May 6 (Monday) * Gligor Murders (Kitchener): K-W Record: AIDS Fear Slowed Murder Probe, Gligor Son Says

On p.A1 of The Record (Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario), 1991, May 6 Monday City Edition, there was an article by Greg Crone, Record staff, entitled “AIDS fear slowed murder probe, Gligor son says”. This article indicated that staff at the “Centre for Forensic Sciences in Toronto refused to analyze blood-spattered evidence because the victim was homosexual.” They insisted on quarantining the evidence for 30 days to ensue that any possible HIV in the evidence would have died. Police indicated that Josef Gligor's body was later tested for HIV and he was found to be HIV-negative.
[source: The Record (Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario), 1991, May 6 Monday City Edition, p.A1.]

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1991, May 7 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Meeting

Tue 7 • GGLE meeting - U of G - UC 536 - 8pm Topic: Social/Garage Sale Preparation. Bring stuff for our fundraising garage sale!”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, centre pages.]

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1991, May 8 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

Wed 8 • GLLOW Coffeehouse - U of W - ML 104 - 9 to 11pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, centre pages.]

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1991, May 11 (Saturday) * GGLE: Garage Sale

Sat 11 • GGLE garage sale. Call the gayline for location.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, centre pages.]

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1991, May 12 (Sunday) * Free Spirit Community Church: Worship

Sun 12 • Free Spirit Community Church Worship - 7:00 pm at 136 Allen St. E, Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, centre pages.]

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1991, May 12 (Sunday) * WOODS: Local Bicycling Jaunt

Sun 12 ... • WOODS local bicycling jaunt. Meet at Kmart, Waterloo Town Square at 11 am. Bring a lunch.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, centre pages.]

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1991, May 14 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Meeting

Tue 14 • GGLE meeting - U of G - UC 536 - 8pm Topic: Movie - TBA.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, centre pages.]

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1991, May 15 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

Wed 15 • GLLOW Coffeehouse - U of W - ML 104 - 9 to 11pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, centre pages.]

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1991, May 17 (Friday) to May 19 (Sunday) * WOODS: Camping and Birdwatching

Fri 17 • WOODS goes to Point Pelee for camping and birdwatching the 17th to the 19th. Call Karen at ###-#### for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, centre pages.]

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1991, May 19 (Sunday) * Free Spirit Community Church: Worship

Sun 19 • Free Spirit Community Church Worship - 7:00 pm at 136 Allen St. E, Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, centre pages.]

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1991, May 21 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Meeting

Tue 21 • GGLE meeting - U of G - UC 536 - 8pm Topic: Discussion - Gay Bashing.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, centre pages.]

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1991, May 22 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

Wed 22 • GLLOW Coffeehouse - U of W - ML 104 - 9 to 11pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, centre pages.]

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1991, May 25 * ACCKWA: Garage Sale

May 25 • ACCKWA is holding a garage sale. Details to be announced.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, May 25 (Saturday) * ACCKWA: Garage Sale

Sat 25 • ACCKWA is holding a garage sale. Details to be announced.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, centre pages.]

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1991, May26 (Sunday) * Dickson Wildlife Area: Hiking

Sun 26 • Hiking at Dickson Wildlife Area south of Cambridge. Meet at Donut Shop, Frederick St. Mall, Kitchener 11 am. Bring a lunch.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, centre pages.]

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1991, May 28 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Bar-B-Que

Tue 28 • GGLE Bar-B-Que - Riverside Park at 6:00 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, centre pages.]

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1991, May 29 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

Wed 29 • GLLOW Coffeehouse - U of W - ML 104 - 9 to 11pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, centre pages.]

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1991, May 31 (Friday) * GGLE: Dance

Fri 31 • GGLE Dance at the Electrical Worker's School House (Silvercreek & Woodlawn) $4 non-members, $3 members of other groups, $2 GGLE Members.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, centre pages.]

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1991, June * Pink Triangle Community Calendar (PTCC)

This issue had 4 unnumbered pages, and also a one-sheet insert (subscription form on one side, and advertizing rates on the other side). It consisted of a folded sheet of pink paper sized 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5") with a one-sheet insert sized 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5"). The front and back pages had a format size of 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5") to be read in portrait orientation. The two central pages were a centre-fold of 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5") to be read in portrait orientation - which is to say, rotated 90° with respect to the front and back pages.

The front page of this issue had two lead pieces. The first was entitled ACCKWA CELEBRATES; it announced the move to ACCKWA's new location in the Chicopee Park Plaza. The second piece referred to the 22nd annual lesbian and gay pride day to happen on Sunday June 30, 1991 and indicated that GLLOW is organizing a van for transportation to Toronto for the event.

The centre-fold was entitled Calendar of Events (which are listed in this Chronology). The back page listed local organizations and clubs; it concluded with some classified ads. The following organizations were listed on the back page: AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener-Waterloo and Area (ACCKWA); AIDS Committee of Guelph & Wellington County (ACGWC); Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality; Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW); Grand River Free Spirit Community Church; Only Wonderful Lesbians (OWLS). The Clubs listed were Circles (Kitchener); and The Robin's Nest (Cambridge).

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June issue.]

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1991 June (Tuesdays) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE): Meetings

Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE) meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m. in room 536 of the University Centre at the University of Guelph. The GGLE Gayline is staffed Monday to Thursday, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Call ###-####. ”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1991 June * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW): Coffeehouses

Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW) holds GLLOW nights every Wednesday at 9 p.m. in room 104 of the Modern Languages Building at the University of Waterloo. The GLLOW phoneline is staffed Monday to Friday from 7 to 10 p.m. Monday is Womyn's night on the phoneline. GLLOW also has a Volleyball night Thursdays at 7 p.m. The current location is Eastwood Collegiate, at 760 Weber St. E. in Kitchener. ”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1991 June (Sundays) * Grand River Free Spirit Community Church: Services

“The Grand River Free Spirit Community Church meets every Sunday evening at 7 p.m. in the Unitarian Fellowship House, 136 Allen Street East, Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1991 June (Wednesdays) * we are everywhere: Radio Show

We are Everywhere, Wednesdays at 12:20 and 5:15 pm, CFRU-FM 93.3”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 June (Wednesdays) * Nowhere to Hide: Radio Show

Nowhere to Hide, Wednesdays at 8 pm, on CKMS-FM, 94.5”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 June (Wednesdays) * WomenSpin: Radio Show

WomenSpin, Wednesdays at 6 pm, CKMS-FM, 94.5”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 June (Thursdays) * Feminist Frequency: Radio Show

Feminist Frequency, Thursdays, 5:30 pm, CFRU-FM 93.3”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 June (Thursdays) * The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show

The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show, Thursdays, 6pm on CKMS-FM, 94.5”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 June (Wednesdays) * Womenwise: Radio Show

WomenWise, Wednesdays 10:30-12 pm, CKWR-FM 98.7”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991, June 2 (Sunday) * Grand River Community Church: Service

Sunday June 2. Grand River Community Church Service. (see General Notices).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 2 * ACCKWA: Annual Auction

June 2 • ACCKWA's 1991 Annual Auction to be held at Circles! (*note: this has been changed from April 7).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, June 2 (Sunday) * ACCKWA: Annual Auction

June 2 • ACCKWA's 1991 Annual Auction to be held at Circles! (*note: this has been changed from April 7).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, centre pages.]

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1991, June 2 (Sunday) * WOODS: Softball Practice

Sunday June 2 ... WOODS softball practice at 2:30 pm. Call Lisa for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 4 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Movie Night

Tuesday June 4. GGLE movie night, 8pm, UC 536.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 5 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Night

Wednesday June 5. GLLOW night, 9pm, ML 104.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 5 (Wednesday) * WOODS: Softball Game

Wednesday, June 5 ... WOODS softball game, 6:30 pm., in Cambridge. Call Lisa.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 6 (Thursday) * GLLOW: Volleyball Night

Thursday June 6. GLLOW volleyball night, 7pm, Eastwood Collegiate.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 9 (Sunday) * WOODS: Fishing

Sunday June 9. WOODS goes fishing, 8:30 am; location TBA. Call Lisa.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 9 (Sunday) * Grand River Free Spirit: Service

Sunday June 9 ... Grand River Free Spirit Service (See General Notices).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 11 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Discussion Night

Tuesday June 11. GGLE discussion night, 8pm, UC 536.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 12 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Meeting

Wednesday June 12. GLLOW meeting, 8 pm, Campus Centre, University of Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 12 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Night

Wednesday June 12 ... GLLOW night, 9pm, ML 104.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 12 (Wednesday) * WOODS: Planning Meeting

June 12 • WOODS planning meeting 7 pm. Plan July and Agust events, help out any way you can. Call Lisa at ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, centre pages.]

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1991, June 12 (Wednesday) * WOODS: Planning Meeting

Wednesday June 12 ... WOODS planning meeting, 7 pm, at Lisa's place.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 13 (Thursday) * GLLOW: Volleyball Night

Thursday June 13. GLLOW volleyball night, 7pm, Eastwood Collegiate.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 13-16 (Thursday to Sunday) * Festival '91: Gay and Lesbian Festival

June 13-16: • Festival '91 in downtown Hamilton: a four day Gay and Lesbian festival. Movies ($7.50), seminars ($30/$40 non-members), a banquet ($30/$200 for a table of 10), a dance ($5.00/$1.00 for members) and arts and culture trade shows. One of the largest gay and lesbian festivals in Ontario. Call (###) ###-#### or (###) ###-#### for info.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, centre pages.]

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1991, June 13-16 (Thursday to Sunday) * Hamilton Gay and Lesbian Alliance: Festival '91

Thursday June 13 ... Hamilton Gay and Lesbian Alliance (HGALA) kick off Festival '91, a celebration to showcase the diverse gay and lesbian community in the Hamilton area. Incldes a movie night, seminars, banquet and dance until June 16. Call (###) ###-####) for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 15 (Saturday) * Circles the Club: ACCKWA Benefit Performance

Saturday June 15. "Hooray for Hollywood Hots", an ACCKWA benefit performance, 11:30 pm, at Circles the Club in Kitchener. Door prizes!”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 15 (Saturday) * 3rd Annual "Dykes on the Grand River": Canoe Trip

Saturday June 15 ... 3rd annual "Dykes on the Grand River" canoe trip, 10:30 am, Paris, Ontario. Call Lisa for info.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 16 (Sunday) * WOODS: Softball Practice

Sunday June 16. WOODS softball practice, 2:30 pm. Call Lisa for location.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 16 (Sunday) * Grand River Community Church: Service

Sunday June 16 ... Grand River Community Church Service. (see General Notices).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 18 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Bar-b-que

Tuesday June 18. GGLE bar-b-que, 8pm. Call the Gayline for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 19 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Night

Wednesday June 19. GLLOW night, 9pm, ML 104.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 20 (Thursday) * GLLOW: Volleyball Night

Thursday June 20. GLLOW volleyball night, 7pm, Eastwood Collegiate.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 20 (Thursday) * OWLS: Potluck Dinner and Discussion Night

Thursday June 20 ... OWLS potluck dinner and discussion night. Call GLLOW for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 21 (Friday) * ACCKWA: Grand Opening Celebration and Open House

Friday June 21. ACCKWA grand opening celebration and open house. See front cover.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 23 (Sunday) * GGLE: Car Rally

Sunday June 23. GGLE car rally. Call the Gayline for information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 23 (Sunday) * Grand River Community Church: Service

Sunday June 23 ... Grand River Community Church service (see General Listings).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 23 (Sunday) * WOODS: Hiking and Caving

Sunday June 23 ... WOODS goes hiking and caving at the Rockwood Conservation area. Meet at 10 am at the Five Star Cinema in Guelph (Hwy 7 & Hanlon Expwy.).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 25 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Pride Day Preparations

Tuesday June 25. GGLE pride day preparations, 8 pm, UC 536.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 26 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Night

Wednesday June 26. GLLOW night, 9pm, ML 104.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 27 (Thursday) * GLLOW: Volleyball Night

Thursday June 27. GLLOW volleyball night, 7pm, Eastwood Collegiate.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 29 (Saturday) * GLLOW: Toronto

Saturday June 29. GLLOW van leaves for Toronto. Call ###-#### to book a spot.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 29 (Saturday) * Gay Community Dance Committee: Pride Day Dance

Saturday June 29 ... Gay Community Dance Committee holds its annual Pride Day dance at the Masonic Temple in Toronto, 9 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 29 (Saturday) * Circles: Tory Beatty, Vocalist

Saturday June 29 ... Tory Beatty, vocalist, performs at Circles, 11:15 pm and 1:05 am.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June 29 * Sing!: Toronto Gay Mens' Chorus and other groups

June 29 • Sing! Featuring the Toronto Gay Mens' Chorus, plus groups from Vancouver, Calgary and Ottawa. Held in” [NOTE: text trails off without completion.]
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, April, centre pages.]

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1991, June 29 * Sing!: Toronto Gay Mens' Chorus and other groups

June 29 • Sing! Featuring the Toronto Gay Mens' Chorus, plus groups from Vancouver, Calgary and Ottawa. Held in conjunction with Gay and Lesbian Pride Day to celebrate its official proclomation by City Council. The concert is held at the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, May, centre pages.]

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1991, June 30 (Sunday) * Lesbian and Gay Pride Day: Toronto

Sunday June 30. Lesbian and Gay Pride Day in Toronto! See front cover for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, June * GLLOW in Toronto Gay Pride Day Parade

Members of GLLOW marched in the Gay Pride Day Parade in Toronto.
[source: Nigel Flear.]

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1991, July * Pink Triangle Community Calendar (PTCC)

This issue had 4 unnumbered pages, and also a one-sheet insert (a subscription form printed on one side and information about advertisement rates on the other side). It consisted of a folded sheet of pink paper sized 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5") with a one-sheet insert sized 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5"). The front and back pages had a format size of 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5") to be read in portrait orientation. The two central pages were a centre-fold of 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5") to be read in portrait orientation - which is to say, rotated 90° with respect to the front and back pages.

The front page of this issue was headed A Festive Festival '91, and reported on the first annual Festival '91 held in Hamilton and organizated by Hamilton G.A.L.A. It noted that Svend Robinson was a featured speaker at the event.

The centre-fold was entitled Calendar of Events (which are listed in this Chronology). The back page listed local organizations and clubs; it concluded with some classified ads. The following organizations were listed on the back page: AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener-Waterloo and Area (ACCKWA); AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County (ACGWC); Free Spirit Community Church (FSCC); Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW); Gays Out Of Doors (GOOD); Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality; Guelph Lesbians and Dykes (GLAD); (OWLS); Women Out Of Doors in Kitchener-Waterloo. The Clubs listed were Circles (Kitchener); and The Robin's Nest (Cambridge).

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, July issue.]

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1991 July (Tuesdays) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE): Meetings

“Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE) meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m. in room 536 of the University Centre at the University of Guelph.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, July, centre pages, "General Notices"]

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1991 July * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW): Coffeehouses

“Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW) holds GLLOW nights every Wednesday at 9 p.m. in room 104 of the Modern Languages Building, University of Waterloo. GLLOW also has a Volleyball night Thursdays at 7 p.m. The current location is Eastwood Collegiate, at 760 Weber St. E. in Kitchener. ”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, July, centre pages, "General Notices"]

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1991 July (Sundays) * Grand River Free Spirit Community Church: Services

“The Free Spirit Community Church holds services every Sunday evening at 7:30 p.m. in the Unitarian Fellowship House, 136 Allen Street East, Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, July, centre pages, "General Notices"]

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1991, July 2 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Movie Night

Tuesday, July 2. GGLE hosts a movie night at 6 p.m. in Room 536 of the University Centre, Guelph.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, July, centre pages.]

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1991, July 6 (Saturday) * WOODS in K-W: Bass Fishing

Saturday July 6. WOODS in K-W goes Bass fishing. Contact the WOODS co-ordinator for more information on this and other events.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, July, centre pages.]

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1991, July 7 (Sunday) * WOODS: Beach

Sunday July 7. Woods goes to the beach - Port Albert on Lake Huron. Call Lisa for info.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, June, centre pages.]

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1991, July 7 (Sunday) * WOODS: Beach

Sunday July 7. Spend the day at the beaches of Lake Huron with WOODS.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, July, centre pages.]

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1991, July 12 - 14 (Friday to Sunday) * GLLOW: Camping

July 12 - 14. GLLOW goes camping at the Cedar's Campground. $25.00 includes the cost of camping, firewood and dance. Everyone invited. Call GLLOW for information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, July, centre pages.]

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1991, July 13 (Saturday) * The AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County: Benefit Concert

Saturday July 13. The AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County (ACGWC) holds a benefit concert at the Bandstand in Riverside Park, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Artists include Subzero, Under the Influence and various bands from Guelph and Toronto. Tickets are available at the ACGWC office for $4, or $5 at the gate.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, July, centre pages.]

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1991, July 14 (Sunday) * WOODS: Softball Practice

Sunday, July 14. WOODS holds a softball practice in Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, July, centre pages.]

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1991, July 17 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Barbecue and Croquet

Wednesday, July 17. GLLOW barbecue and croquet at Columbia Lake. 7 p.m. - 12 p.m.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, July, centre pages.]

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1991, July 19 - 21 (Friday to Sunday) * WOODS: Weekend Getaway

Sunday July 19 - 21. WOODS goes on a Georgian Bay Weekend getaway to Awenda Provincial Park. We'll see St. Marie Among The Hurons and Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, July, centre pages.]

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1991, July 20 (Saturday) * The Free Spirit Community Church: Fundraising Garage Sale

Saturday, July 20. The Free Spirit Community Church (FSCC) holds a fundraising garage sale at the church on 136 Allen St. East, Waterloo 8 a.m. - 4 p.m..”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, July, centre pages.]

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1991, July 26 (Friday) * GGLE: Dance

Friday, July 26. GGLE Dance at the UEW Hall "Schoolhouse" on Silvercreek Parkway just north of Woodlawn Road. 9 P.M. $4 non-members, $3 members of others groups, $2 GGLE members. .”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, July, centre pages.]

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1991, July 27 (Saturday) * WOODS: Blyth Festival

Saturday, July 27. WOODS goes to the Blyth Festival to see The Stone Angel .”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, July, centre pages.]

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1991, July 27 (Saturday) * FSCC: Church Picnic Potluck

Saturday, July 27 ... FSCC hosts a church picnic potluck at noon. Telephone the office ###-#### for directions.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, July, centre pages.]

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1991, July 27 (Saturday) * GLLOW: Dance at Circles

Saturday, July 27 ... GLLOW Dance at Circles 9 p.m. - 1 a.m. $3 GLLOW members, $4 members of other CLGRO groups, $5 non-members. Door prizes.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, July, centre pages.]

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1991, July 28 (Sunday) * WOODS: Softball Practice

Sunday, July 28. WOODS holds a softball practice in Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, July, centre pages.]

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1991, July 28 (Sunday) * FSCC: Special Speaker

Sunday, July 28 ... FSCC has a special speaker, Rev. Bertha Landers of the Bloomingdale Mennonite Church at the regular service at 7:30 p.m.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, July, centre pages.]

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1991, August * Pink Triangle Community Calendar (PTCC)

This issue had 4 unnumbered pages, and also a one-sheet insert (a subscription form printed on one side and information about advertisement rates on the other side). It consisted of a folded sheet of pink paper sized 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5") with a one-sheet insert sized 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5"). The front and back pages had a format size of 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5") to be read in portrait orientation. The two central pages were a centre-fold of 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5") to be read in portrait orientation - which is to say, rotated 90° with respect to the front and back pages.

The front page of this issue contained three short articles. One announced that the editor of the PTCC (Lisa Simkins) was leaving town, and a new editor would be needed. The second indicated that the AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County had a new telephone service with a recorded message giving various kinds of information. The third announced that the AIDS Quilt would be coming to Guelph October 4 - 6, and volunteers were neeed for the event.

The centre-fold was entitled Calendar of Events (which are listed in this Chronology). The back page listed local organizations and clubs; it concluded with an ad for the Holly Near concert at UW on October 6. The following organizations were listed on the back page: AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener-Waterloo and Area (ACCKWA); AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County (ACGWC); Free Spirit Community Church (FSCC); Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW); Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE); Guelph Lesbians and Dykes (GLAD); (OWLS); Women Out Of Doors in Kitchener-Waterloo. The Clubs listed were Circles (Kitchener); and The Robin's Nest (Cambridge).

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August issue.]

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1991 August (Tuesdays) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE): Meetings

“Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE) meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m. in room 536 of the University Centre at the University of Guelph.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages, "General Notices"]

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1991 August * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW): Coffeehouses

“Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW) holds GLLOW nights every Wed. at 9 p.m. in Rm. 104, Modern Languages Building, U. of Waterloo. There will be no GLLOW nights in August, but they will resume in September. Call GLLOW or watch this space for dates.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages, "General Notices"]

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1991 August (Sundays) * Grand River Free Spirit Community Church: Services

“The Free Spirit Community Church (FSCC) holds services every Sunday evening at 7:30 p.m. in the Unitarian Fellowship House, 136 Allen Street East, Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages, "General Notices"]

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1991 August (Wednesdays) * Feminist Framework: Radio Show

Feminist Framework, Wed. at 10:30-11 a.m. CKWR-FM 98.7”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 August (Sundays) * Feminist Frequency: Radio Show

Feminist Frequency, Sun. at 7-8 p.m., CFRU-FM 93.3”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 August (Thursdays) * The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show

The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show, Thurs. at 6-8 p.m. on CKMS-FM, 94.5”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 August (Wednesdays) * Nowhere to Hide: Radio Show

Nowhere to Hide, Wed. at 8-9 p.m. on CKMS-FM, 94.5”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 August (Wednesdays) * WomenSpin: Radio Show

Women Spin, Wed. at 6-8 p.m. CKMS-FM, 94.5”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 August (Wednesdays) * Womenwise: Radio Show

Women Wise, Wed. at 10:30 p.m.- 12:30 a.m. CKWR-FM 98.7”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991, August 2 - 4 * GGLE: Camping

August 2 - 4. GGLE goes camping at the Cedar's Campground for the weekend.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages.]

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1991, August 6 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Movie Night

Tuesday, August 6. GGLE movie night 8 p.m. Room 536, University Centre, Guelph.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages.]

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1991, August 7 (Wednesday) * WOODS: Organizational Meeting

Wednesday, August 7. WOODS organizational meeting to get up a new co-ordination committee 7 p.m. Call Lisa ###-#### for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages.]

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1991, August 7 (Wednesday) * FSCC: Discussion or Sharing Night

Wednesday, August 7 ... FSCC holds a discussion or sharing night. 7:15 p.m. 136 Allen St. E., Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages.]

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1991, August 9 (Friday) * WOODS: Potluck and Event Planning

Friday, August 9. WOODS potluck and event planning for Sept./Oct., 6:30 p.m. Call Lisa ###-#### for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages.]

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1991, August 10 (Saturday) * WOODS: Royal Botanical Gardens

Saturday, August 10. WOODS excursion to the Royal Botanical Gardens in Hamilton. Car pool meets at 9 a.m. sharp.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages.]

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1991, August 10 (Saturday) * The AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County: Benefit Concert

Saturday, August 10 ... The AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County (ACGWC) holds a benefit concert at the Bandstand in Riverside Park 2 p.m. - 11 p.m. Artists include Subzero, Under the Influence and various bands from Guelph and Toronto. Tickets are available at the ACGWC office for $4, or $5 at the gate.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages.]

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1991, August 17 (Saturday) * K-W Record: Article: Regional Municipality of Waterloo Employees: Same-Sex Spouses get Benefits from Region

On p.A1 of The Record (Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario), 1991, August 17, there was an article written by Gregory Hamara entitled “Same-sex spouses get benefits from Region”. The article began “Gay and lesbian spouses of Waterloo regional employees are now eligible for full health and dental benefits. In a move quietly approved in May by a subcommittee of regional council, the region made changes to its employee-benefit package to include same-sex partners who live in a conjugal relationship.” The chair of that subcommittee indicated that, in light of a potential human-rights challenge, it would be more cost-effective simply to make the change and not have to fight a challenge. The article pointed out that “Under the region's bylaw, but unlike in Toronto, the change did not need approval by the full council. It was made privately by members of the human resources subcommittee, which deals mostly with internal administrative issues.”
[source: The Record (Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario), 1991, August 17 Saturday City Edition, p.A1.]

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1991, August 17 (Saturday) * The Robin's Nest: Re-opens

Saturday, August 17. The Robin's Nest Re-opens.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages.]

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1991, August 18 (Sunday) * WOODS: Horseback Riding

Sunday, August 18. WOODS goes horseback riding, 11 a.m.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages.]

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1991, August 18 (Sunday) * FSCC: 'Lay Lead Service'

Sunday, August 18 ... FSCC holds 'Lay Lead Service' in place of regular service at 7:15 p.m.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages.]

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1991, August 21 (Wednesday) * FSCC: Open House

Wednesday, August 21. FSCC holds an open house on Fall program. 7:15 p.m.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages.]

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1991, August 22 (Thursday) * ACCKWA: Golf Tournament Benefit

Thursday, August 22. ACCKWA's golf tournament benefit at the New Dundee Golf & Country Club. Call ###-#### to register.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, July, centre pages.]

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1991, August 22 (Thursday) * ACCKWA: Golf Tournament

Thursday, August 22. ACCKWA holds a golf tournament benefit at the New Dundee Golf and Country Club. Call ###-#### to register.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages.]

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1991, August 23 (Friday) * WOODS: Cardshark Night

Friday, August 23. WOODS Cardshark (or sunfish) night 7:30 p.m.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages.]

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1991, August 25 (Sunday) * WOODS: First Annual Elora Gorge Barbeque

Sunday, August 25. WOODS First Annual Elora Gorge Barbeque. At this 'end of summer bash', we'll play softball, raft down the gorge, and generally have fun. Burgers/hot dogs, vegetarian fare, salads, beverages. Past and present members eat free, non-members $2.00. If you join/renew, we will refund your park admission. RSVP by August 23. (specify if vegetarian).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages.]

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1991, August 25 (Sunday) * FSCC: Special Speaker

Sunday, August 25 ... FSCC has a special speaker, Brian Birkby, a Lay Minister from London 7:30 p.m.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages.]

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1991, September * Pink Triangle Community Calendar (PTCC)

This issue had 4 unnumbered pages, and also a one-sheet insert (a subscription form printed on one side and information about advertisement rates on the other side). It consisted of a folded sheet of pink paper sized 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5") with a one-sheet insert sized 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5"). The front and back pages had a format size of 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5") to be read in portrait orientation. The two central pages were a centre-fold of 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5") to be read in portrait orientation - which is to say, rotated 90° with respect to the front and back pages.

The front page of this issue was headed AIDS Memorial Quilt Comes to Guelph This Fall, and indicated that the AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County was hosting this event. The article states that this Canadian Quilt was started as a companion to the American Quilt that had become so large that few cities could display it. Other details of the event are given.

The centre-fold was entitled Calendar of Events (which are listed in this Chronology). The back page listed local organizations and clubs; it concluded with an ad for the Holly Near concert at UW on October 6. The following organizations were listed on the back page: AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener-Waterloo and Area (ACCKWA); AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County (ACGWC); Free Spirit Community Church (FSCC); Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW); Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE); Guelph Lesbians and Dykes (GLAD); (OWLS); Women Out Of Doors in Kitchener-Waterloo. The Clubs listed were Circles (Kitchener); and The Robin's Nest (Cambridge).

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, September issue.]

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1991 September (Tuesdays) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE): Meetings

“Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE) meets every Tuesday at 8 p.m. in room 536 of the University Centre at the University of Guelph.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, September, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1991 September * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW): Coffeehouses

“Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW) holds GLLOW nights every Wed. at 9 p.m. in Rm. 104, Modern Languages Building, U. of Waterloo. GLLOW nights will resume September 11.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, September, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1991 September (Sundays) * Grand River Free Spirit Community Church: Services

“The Free Spirit Community Church (FSCC) holds services every Sunday evening at 7:30 p.m., Unitarian Fellowship House, 136 Allen Street East, Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, September, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1991 September * AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County: Support Groups

“The Support Program at the A.C.G.W.C. currently offers two support groups which meet regularly on a bi-weekly basis. The "Body Positive" group is for individuals living with HIV infection and AIDS while the "Family and Friends" group is for those who love and support a body positive individual. For more information please call the Support Coordinator at ### ###-####. ”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, September, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1991 September (Wednesdays) * Feminist Framework: Radio Show

Feminist Framework, Wed. at 10:30-11 a.m. CKWR-FM 98.7”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, September, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 September (Sundays) * Feminist Frequency: Radio Show

Feminist Frequency, Sun. at 7-8 p.m., CFRU-FM 93.3”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, September, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 September (Thursdays) * The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show

The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show, Thurs. at 6-8 p.m. on CKMS-FM, 94.5”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, September, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 September (Wednesdays) * Nowhere to Hide: Radio Show

Nowhere to Hide, Wed. at 8-9 p.m. on CKMS-FM, 94.5”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, September, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 September (Wednesdays) * WomenSpin: Radio Show

Women Spin, Wed. at 6-8 p.m. CKMS-FM, 94.5”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, September, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 September (Wednesdays) * Womenwise: Radio Show

Women Wise, Wed. at 10:30 p.m.- 12:30 a.m. CKWR-FM 98.7”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, September, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991, September 7,8 (Saturday & Sunday) * WOODS: Bicycling Tour

Saturday & Sunday, September 7,8. WOODS Niagara Falls leisurely bicycling tour.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages.]

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1991, September 8 (Sunday) * WOODS: Ontario Agricultural Museum Fall Harvest Trip

Sunday, September 8. Woods Ontario Agricultual Museum Fall Harvest Trip. Meet at 10 am at the Frederick St. Mall Coffee Shop or at 10:30 am at Hwy 401 and Hwy 6, South Hamilton car pool parking lot to arrange car pooling to Milton. Participants will check out the Farmer's Market, crafts displays, etc.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, September centre pages.]

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1991, September 8 (Sunday) * The Princess Cinema: Lucie Blue Tremblay in Concert

Sunday, September 8. Lucie Blue Tremblay will be at The Princess Cinema, ###-####, 6 Princess St. W., Waterloo at 8 p.m. This is Lucie's only Ontario Concert this fall. Tickets $13 in advance, $15 at the door. GST incl., and are on sale at The Princess, Provident Bookstore, Waterloo and the Women's Bookstop in Hamilton.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages.]

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1991, September 8 (Sunday) * The Princess Cinema: Lucie Blue Tremblay in concert

Sunday, September 8. Lucie Blue Tremblay will be at The Princess Cinema, 885-####, 6 Princess St. W., Waterloo at 8:00 p.m. This is Lucie's only Ontario Concert this fall. Tickets $13 in advance, $15 at the door. GST incl., and are on sale at The Princess, Provident Bookstore, Waterloo and the Women's Bookshop in Hamilton.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, September centre pages.]

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1991, September 15 (Sunday) * WOODS: Horseback Riding

Sunday, September 15. WOODS Horseback Riding at the Golden Horseshoe Ranch. Meet at 11 am at the Frederick St. Mall Coffee Shop to car pool. Please RSVP by Sept 6. Call Tammy at ###-#### to reserve a horse and get directions.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, September centre pages.]

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1991, September 21 (Saturday) * WOODS: Hiking on the Bruce Trail

Saturday, September 21. WOODS Hiking on the Bruce Trail. Explore yet another fascinating aspect of the Bruce Trail. Meet at 10 am at the Frederick St Mall Coffee Shop. Bring a lunch and appropriate clothing. Don't forget to bring water to quench that trail thirst!.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, September centre pages.]

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1991, September 29 (Sunday) * WOODS: 3rd Anniversary Hike

Sunday, September 29. WOODS 3rd Anniversary Hike WOODS in KW is three years old. Come out and join us for the annual hike down the Mill Race in St. Jacob's. Afterwards dine at the Stone Crock restaurant. Meet at the Ice Cream Caboose at 1 pm for the hike or join us at 3 pm, at the Stone Crock for dinner. The buffet will cost approximately $15. RSVP by Sept 27th for dinner. Call Deb at ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, September centre pages.]

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1991, October * Pink Triangle Community Calendar (PTCC)

This issue had 4 unnumbered pages. It consisted of a folded sheet of pink paper sized 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5"). The front and back pages had a format size of 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5") to be read in portrait orientation. The two central pages were a centre-fold of 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5") to be read in portrait orientation - which is to say, rotated 90° with respect to the front and back pages.

The front page of this issue was headed International Gay & Lesbian Amnesty, and reported on the situation of gay men and lesbians in the Soviet Union - with an emphasis on the work of the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC) in supporting the Soviet fight for gay and lesbian equality.

The centre-fold was entitled Calendar of Events (which are listed in this Chronology). The back page listed local organizations and clubs; it concluded with an ad for a Women's Dance to be held at the Royal Canadian Legion in Kitchener. The following organizations were listed on the back page: AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener-Waterloo and Area (ACCKWA); AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County (ACGWC); Free Spirit Community Church (FSCC); Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW); Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE); OWLS (an informal discussion group for professional lesbians 35 and over); and Women Out Of Doors (WOODS). The Clubs listed were Circles (Kitchener); and The Robin's Nest (Cambridge).

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October issue.]

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1991 October (Tuesdays) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE): Meetings

“Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE) meets every Tuesday at 8 pm in room 536 of the University Centre at the University of Guelph.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1991 October * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW): Coffeehouses

“Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW) holds GLLOW nights every Wednesday in room 104 of the Modern Languages Building, University of Waterloo. GLLOW nights will continue until December. GLLOW volleyball nights are held every Thursday at 8 pm at Southridge Public School, 1425 Queen's Blvd, Kitchener.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1991 October (Sundays) * Grand River Free Spirit Community Church: Services

“The Free Spirit Community Church (FSCC) holds services every Sunday evening at 7pm, and every Wednesday evening at 7:30 pm, Unitarian Fellowship House, 136 Allen Street East, Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1991 October (Wednesdays) * Feminist Framework: Radio Show

Feminist Framework, Wed. at 10:30-11am, CKWR-FM 98.7”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 October (Sundays) * Feminist Frequency: Radio Show

Feminist Frequency, Sun. at 7-8pm, CFRU-FM 93.3”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 October (Thursdays) * The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show

The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show, Thurs. at 6-8pm, on CKMS-FM, 94.5”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 October (Wednesdays) * Nowhere to Hide: Radio Show

Nowhere to Hide, Wed. at 8-9pm, on CKMS-FM, 94.5”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 October (Wednesdays) * WomenSpin: Radio Show

Women Spin, Wed. at 6-8pm, CKMS-FM, 94.5”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 October (Wednesdays) * Womenwise: Radio Show

Women Wise, Wed. at 10:30pm-12:30am, CKWR-FM 98.7”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991, October 4,5.6 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) * ACGWC: AIDS Quilt Project Needs Volunteers

October 4,5,6. The AIDS Quilt Project is being presented in Guelph and ACGWC needs volunteers for general set-up, display, etc. Call ###-#### for information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, July, centre pages.]

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1991, October 4,5,6 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) * The AIDS Quilt Project: Guelph

October 4,5,6. The AIDS Quilt Project comes to Guelph. See front page for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages.]

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1991, October 4,5,6 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) * The AIDS Quilt Project: Comes to Guelph

October 4,5,6. The AIDS Quilt Project comes to Guelph. See front page for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, September centre pages.]

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1991, October 4 (Friday) * The Armouries: The AIDS Memorial Quilt

Friday, Oct 4. The AIDS Memorial Quilt arrives at the Amouries, Wyndham St., Guelph. Opening Ceremonies will be held at 7pm, and viewing will be open to the public until 10 pm. Admission is free, but donations are appreciated. Sponsored by ACGWC.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October centre pages.]

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1991, October 4 (Friday) - October 6 (Sunday) * Canadian AIDS Memorial Quilt: Guelph Armories Visit

On p.B3 of the The Record, 1991, October 7, Monday City Edition was an article by Bruce Bonham (Record correspondent) entitled “1,000 view quilt for AIDS victims at Guelph display”. The article reported on the visit of the Canadian AIDS Memorial Quilt (described in the article as the Names Project Quilt) to Guelph, where it was displayed at the Guelph Armories from October 4 (Friday) to October 6 (Sunday). The article noted that “About 1,000 members of the public showed up over the three-day period to view the quilt, which was started in Canada in 1988 and is made up of about 300 panels, each measuring three feet by six feet, and each representing an individual who has died of AIDS and is being remembered by friends, family, and lovers.” The article described what a moving experience it was for people who came to view the memorial.
[source: The Record (Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario), 1991, October 7, Monday City Edition, p.B3.]

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1991, October 4 - 6 (Friday to Sunday) * WOODS: Fall Camping and Salmon Fishing

October 4 - 6. Join WOODS for a great weekend of fall camping and salmon fishing at the Falls Reserve Conservation Campground. RSVP by Sept 25th.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, September centre pages.]

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1991, October 4 (Friday) * WOODS: Camping and Fishing

Friday, Oct 4 ... WOODS goes camping and fishing at Goderich for the weekend.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October centre pages.]

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1991, October 5 (Saturday) * The Armouries: The AIDS Memorial Quilt

Saturday, Oct 5. AIDS Memorial Quilt viewing 10am-10pm, the Amouries, Wyndham St., Guelph.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October centre pages.]

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1991, October 5 (Saturday) * Club Circles: Andrew Kennedy and Friends

Saturday, Oct 5 ... Andrew Kennedy and Friends perform at Club Cirlces, Kitchener for an ACCKWA benefit. Voluntary cover charge.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October centre pages.]

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1991, October 6 (Sunday) * AIDS Awareness Week: October 6-13

Sunday, Oct 6. This is the first day of AIDS Awareness Week (October 6-13). Wear a red ribbon throughout the week to support the fight against AIDS and in memory of those who have lost their lives to AIDS.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October centre pages.]

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1991, October 6 (Sunday) * The Armouries: AIDS Memorial Quilt

Sunday, Oct 6 ... AIDS Memorial Quilt viewing, 10am-10pm, the Armouries, Wyndham St., Guelph.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October centre pages.]

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1991, October 6 (Sunday) * U. of W., Humanities Theatre: Holly Near

October 6. Holly Near plays at the U. of W., Humanities Theatre. See ad for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, September centre pages.]

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1991, October 6 (Sunday) * Holly Near Lecture: "Unity in Our Challenge Against AIDS"

Sunday, Oct 6 ... Holly Near lecture - "Unity in Our Challenge Against AIDS", 3:30 pm, Room 1350, Davis Centre, University of Waterloo. Free admission. Sponsored by ACCKWA. .”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October centre pages.]

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1991, October 6 * U. of W., Humanities Theatre: Holly Near

October 6. Holly Near plays the U. of W., Humanities Theatre. See ad for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, August, centre pages.]

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1991, October 6 (Sunday) * Holly Near: In Concert

Sunday, Oct 6 ... Holly Near in concert. 8 pm., Humanities Theatre, University of Waterloo. Tickets are $18.00 from the Humanities Box Office (###-####). Toronto show has been cancelled; this one may sell out!! Sponsored by ACCKWA. .”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October centre pages.]

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1991, October 7 (Monday) * GLLOW: Info Booth for Clubs Day

Monday, Oct 7. GLLOW hosts an info booth for Clubs Day in the Campus Centre, University of Waterloo, 10am-4pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October centre pages.]

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1991, October 7 (Monday) * University of Waterloo: AIDS Poster/Pamphlet Display

Monday, Oct 7 ... AIDS poster/pamphlet display, Campus Centre, University of Waterloo, 9am-3pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October centre pages.]

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1991, October 8 (Tuesday) * GLLOW: Info Booth

Tuesday, Oct 8. GLLOW info booth as above.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October centre pages.]

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1991, October 10 (Thursday) * Conrad Grebel College: HIV/AIDS Counsellors' Conference

Thursday, Oct 10. HIV/AIDS Counsellors' Conference at Conrad Grebel College, University of Waterloo, 8:30am-4pm. Call the Waterloo Regional Health Unit (###-####) for info.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October centre pages.]

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1991, October 11 (Friday) * ACCKWA: Art Exhibition/Auction

Friday, Oct 11. Art Exhibition/Auction to benefit ACCKWA, 6:30pm-8:00pm, Holiday Inn, Cambridge. Admission $8.00.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October centre pages.]

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1991, October 14 (Monday)* WOODS: Potluck Thanksgiving Dinner

Monday, October 14. WOODS Potluck Thanksgiving Dinner. Not going away for the weekend and feeling like a turkey? WOODS invites you to a lively potluck dinner at 3:30pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, September centre pages.]

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1991, October 14 (Monday) * WOODS: Potluck Thanksgiving Dinner

Monday, Oct 14. WOODS Potluck Thanksgiving Dinner, 3:30pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October centre pages.]

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1991, October 18 (Friday)* WOODS: Planning Meeting

Friday, October 18. WOODS Planning Meeting at 7:30 pm. Call Deb ###-#### for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, September centre pages.]

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1991, October 18 (Friday) * WOODS: Planning Meeting

Friday, Oct 18. WOODS Planning meeting, 7:30pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October centre pages.]

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1991, October 18 (Friday) * Commercial Tavern: Two Nice Girls in Concert

Friday, Oct 18 ... From Texas! Two Nice Girls in Concert at 9pm at the Commercial Tavern, 3 Church St. N., Maryhill (Near Kitchener) Opening show: Bird Sisters. Call ###-#### for ticket info.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October centre pages.]

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1991, October 21 * GLLOW: Email and Newsgroup

GLLOW got a UNIX account on watserv1 for email and general office work. The newsgroup uw.gllow was started at the same time.
[source: Jim Parrott.]

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1991, October 25 (Friday) * GGLE: Anniversary and Hallowe'en Dance

Friday, Oct 25. GGLE holds an Anniversary and Hallowe'en dance at the Schoolhouse, 611 Silvercreek Parkway North, Guelph.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October centre pages.]

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1991, October 26 (Saturday) * GLLOW: Dance at Circles!

Saturday, Oct 26. GLLOW Dance at Circles!”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October centre pages.]

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1991, October 26 (Saturday)* WOODS: Halloween Party

Saturday, October 26. WOODS Halloween Party. Calling all ghouls, ghosts and zombies! WOODS is having a costume party. Don't miss this opportunity to fulfill your Halloween fantasy! So dress up. There will be a prize for the best costume. BYOB.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, September centre pages.]

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1991, October 26 (Saturday) * WOODS: Hallowe'en Party

Saturday, Oct 26 ... WOODS Hallowe'en Party
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October centre pages.]

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1991, October 28 to October 30 (Monday to Wednesday) * University of Guelph: Bisexual, Gay and Lesbian Awareness Days

Mon, Oct 28 to Wed, Oct 30. The University of Guelph holds Bisexual, Gay and Lesbian Awareness Days (BGLAD) on campus.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October centre pages.]

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1991, October 31 (Thursday)* WOODS: Movie Night

Thursday, October 31. WOODS Movie Night. Meet for pizza and an appropriately scary movie for the occasion.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, September centre pages.]

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1991, October 31 (Thursday) * WOODS: "Scary Movie" Night

Thursday, Oct 31. Hallowe'en WOODS "Scary Movie" Night .”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October centre pages.]

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1991, October 31 - November 3 (Thursday to Sunday) * A Space: Cultural Heart: Fighting Spirit

Oct 31 -Nov 3. Cultural Heart: fighting spirit at A Space, Suite 301, 183 Bathurst Street in Toronto. Four evenings of performance, dance, song, theatre and readings. 7:30 pm each evening. All performances free. Phone (###) ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November centre pages.]

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1991, November * Pink Triangle Community Calendar (PTCC)

This issue had 4 unnumbered pages, and also a one-sheet insert (a subscription form printed on one side and information about advertisement rates on the other side). It consisted of a folded sheet of pink paper sized 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5") with a one-sheet insert sized 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5"). The front and back pages had a format size of 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5") to be read in portrait orientation. The two central pages were a centre-fold of 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5") to be read in portrait orientation - which is to say, rotated 90° with respect to the front and back pages.

The front page of this issue was headed Community, and consisted of a quotation of a short piece written by Jim Foratt in January 1970 about basic human rights, equality and freedom.

The centre-fold was entitled Calendar of Events (which are listed in this Chronology). The back page listed local organizations and clubs; it concluded with an ad for the dance club Circles in Kitchener. The following organizations were listed on the back page: AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener-Waterloo and Area (ACCKWA); AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County (ACGWC); Free Spirit Community Church (FSCC); Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW); Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE); Lesbian and Gay Youth of Waterloo Region (LGYWR); OWLS (an informal discussion group for professional lesbians 35 and over); and Women Out Of Doors (WOODS). The Clubs listed were Circles! (Kitchener); and The Robin's Nest (Cambridge).

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November issue.]

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1991 November (Tuesdays) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE): Meetings

“Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE) meets every Tuesday at 8 pm in room 536 of the University Centre at the University of Guelph.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1991 November * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW): Coffeehouses

“Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW) holds GLLOW nights every Wednesday in room 104 of the Modern Languages Building, University of Waterloo. GLLOW nights will continue until December. GLLOW volleyball nights are held every Thursday at 8pm at Southridge Public School, 1425 Queen's Blvd, Kitchener.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1991 November (Sundays) * Grand River Free Spirit Community Church: Services

“The Free Spirit Community Church (FSCC) holds services every Sunday evening at 7pm, and every Wednesday evening at 7:30pm, Unitarian Fellowship House, 136 Allen Street East, Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1991 November (Wednesdays) * Feminist Framework: Radio Show

Feminist Framework, Wed. at 10:30-11am, CKWR-FM 98.7”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 November (Sundays) * Feminist Frequency: Radio Show

Feminist Frequency, Sun. at 7-8pm, CFRU-FM 93.3”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 November (Thursdays) * The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show

The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show, Thurs. at 6-8pm, CKMS-FM, 94.5”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 November (Wednesdays) * Nowhere to Hide: Radio Show

Nowhere to Hide, Wed. at 8-9pm, CKMS-FM, 94.5”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 November (Wednesdays) * WomenSpin: Radio Show

Women Spin, Wed. at 6-8pm, CKMS-FM, 94.5”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 November (Wednesdays) * Womenwise: Radio Show

Women Wise, Wed. at 10:30pm-12:30am, CKWR-FM 98.7”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991, November 3 (Sunday) * FSCC: Special Speaker

Nov 3. FSCC - Special speaker - Larry MacLean.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November centre pages.]

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1991, November 3 (Sunday) * WOODS: Cycling Day

Nov 3 ... WOODS - Cycling day. Call Deb for info.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November centre pages.]

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1991, November 9 and 10 (Saturday and Sunday) * The Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ontario: Education Conference

Saturday, Nov 9 and Sunday, Nov 10. The Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ontario (CLGRO) hosts and Education Conference at the University of Guelph. Call GGLE for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October centre pages.]

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1991, November 9 - November 10 (Saturday to Sunday) * The Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ontario: Education Conference

Nov 9-Nov 10 The Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ontario - CLGRO - hosts an Education Conference at the University of Guelph. Call GGLE for more info.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November centre pages.]

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1991, November 10 (Sunday) * OWLS: Potluck

Nov 10. OWLS Potluck.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November centre pages.]

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1991, November 10 (Sunday) * FSCC: Anniversary Services

Nov 10 ... FSCC - Anniversary Services. There will be a performance of the band "New Creation".”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November centre pages.]

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1991, November 10 (Sunday) * WOODS: Royal Winter Fair

Nov 10 ... WOODS - Royal Winter Fair in Toronto (Call Deb for info).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November centre pages.]

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1991, November 15 (Friday) * WOODS: Healing Party

Nov 15. WOODS - Healing party (Call Deb for info).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November centre pages.]

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1991, November 16 (Saturday) * Royal Canadian Legion: Women's Dance

Saturday, Nov 16. Women's Dance, 8pm at the Royal Canadian Legion, 48 Ontario St., Kitchener. Admission $5.00 at the door, $4.00 in advance. For info, call Diane, ###-#### or Kelly, ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, October centre pages.]

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1991, November 16 (Saturday) * The Royal Canadian Legion: Women's Dance

Nov 16. Women's Dance - 8pm at the Royal Canadian Legion; 48 Ontario Street, Kitchener. Admission: $4 in advance, $5 at the door. For info call Diane at ###-#### or Kelly at ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November centre pages.]

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1991, November 17 (Sunday) * WOODS: Fall Hike

Nov 17. WOODS - Fall hike. (Call Deb for info).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November centre pages.]

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1991, November 17 (Sunday) * GLLOW: Self-defence Seminar

Nov 17 ... GLLOW is holding a self-defence seminar from 7pm to 9pm. Location is yet to be determined. Call ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November centre pages.]

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1991, November 20 - November 22 (Wednesday to Friday) * The University of Waterloo: Bisexual, Gay and Lesbian Awareness Days

Nov 20 - Nov 22. The University of Waterloo holds Gay and Lesbian Awareness Days - BGLAD - Featuring a booth in the Campus Centre from 9am to 4pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November centre pages.]

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1991, November 20 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Wine and Cheese

Nov 20. GLLOW is hosting a wine and cheese from 8pm to 11:30pm at the University of Waterloo. Location is yet to be determined. Call ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November centre pages.]

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1991, November 20 (Wednesday) * Circles: Cabaret

Nov 20 ... Cabaret at Circles.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November centre pages.]

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1991, November 21 (Thursday) * GLLOW: Movie Night

Nov 21. GLLOW is holding a movie night at 7pm. Contact ###-#### for more info.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November centre pages.]

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1991, November 22 (Friday) * GLLOW: Dance

Nov 22. GLLOW dance at the University of Waterloo. Location to be determined. Call GLLOW for info.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November centre pages.]

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1991, November 23 (Saturday) * Circles: Mardi Gras Dance

Nov 23. Mardi Gras Dance at Circles.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November centre pages.]

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1991, November 25 - November 26 (Monday to Tuesday) * Sexuality Resource Centre: Safe Sex Fair

Nov 25 - Nov 26. Sexuality Resource Centre is hosting a Safe Sex Fair at the University of Waterloo, Campus Centre; 9am to 5pm. It is a promotion on safe sex and healthy sexuality. Will include raffles & free condoms and promises to be a lot of fun.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November centre pages.]

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1991, November 29 (Friday) * GLLOW: Dance

Nov 29. GLLOW holds a dance at Circles.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November centre pages.]

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1991, November 29 (Friday) * GGLE: Monthly Dance

Nov 29 ... GGLE holds its monthly dance at the United Electrical Worker's Hall, 611 Silver Creek Parkway North, Guelph. Tickets are $4 at the door.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November centre pages.]

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1991, December * Pink Triangle Community Calendar (PTCC)

This issue had 8 unnumbered pages, and was the first in the new format, which no longer had a centre-fold for the events listing. Its format size was 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5"), and the issue was printed on yellow (!) paper, perhaps to signal that something different was happening.

The front page of this issue was headed New Times for GLLOW, and spoke of GLLOW's decision to increase it activities and community involvement. The second unnumbered page contained the Calendar of Events (which are listed in this Chronology), as well as an ad for the Spartacus '91/92 directory/guide for gay men. The third unnumbered page was entitled Travelogue and indicated that in future issues that space would be devoted to a description of various travel locations with an emphasis on their relative safety for members of the gay community; this article concluded on the fifth unnumbered page.

The fourth unnumbered page contained a review of a performance in Toronto by Ron Romanovski and Paul Phillips, a gay singing duo. The fifth unnumbered page contained a piece entitled New Respect for Lady Diana about a visit by Princess Diana to Casey House (Toronto), which began as a hospice for people dying of AIDS. The sixth unnumbered page included a subscription form for the PTCC. The seventh unnumbered page listed general notices and radio shows, as well as a tribute to prominent AIDS researcher Dr. Randall Coates who had died a month earlier.

The back page listed local organizations and clubs; it concluded with some classified ads. The following organizations were listed on the back page: AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener-Waterloo and Area (ACCKWA); AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County (ACGWC); Free Spirit Community Church (FSCC); Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW); Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE); Lesbian and Gay Youth of Waterloo Region; OWLS (an informal discussion group for professional lesbians 35 and over); and Women Out Of Doors (WOODS). The Clubs listed were Circles! (Kitchener); The Pink Zone (Kitchener); and The Robin's Nest (Cambridge).

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, December issue.]

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1991 December (Tuesdays) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE): Meetings

“Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE) meets every Tuesday at 8pm in room 536 of the University Centre at the University of Guelph.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, December, seventh unnumbered page, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1991 December * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW): Coffeehouses

“Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW) holds GLLOW nights every Wednesday in room 104 of the Modern Languages Building, University of Waterloo. GLLOW nights will continue until December. GLLOW volleyball nights are held every Thursday at 8pm at Southridge Public School, 1425 Queen's Blvd, Kitchener.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, December, seventh unnumbered page, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1991 December (Sundays) * Grand River Free Spirit Community Church: Services

“The Free Spirit Community Church (FSCC) holds services every Sunday evening at 7pm, and every Wednesday evening at 7:30pm, Unitarian Fellowship House, 136 Allen Street East, Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, December, seventh unnumbered page, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1991 December (Wednesdays) * Feminist Framework: Radio Show

Feminist Framework, Wed. at 10:30-11am, CKWR-FM 98.7”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, December, seventh unnumbered page, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 December (Sundays) * Feminist Frequency: Radio Show

Feminist Frequency, Sun. at 7-8pm, CFRU-FM 93.3”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, December, seventh unnumbered page, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 December (Thursdays) * The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show

The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show, Thurs. at 6-8pm, CKMS-FM, 94.5”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, December, seventh unnumbered page, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 December (Wednesdays) * Nowhere to Hide: Radio Show

Nowhere to Hide, Wed. at 8-9pm, CKMS-FM, 94.5”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, December, seventh unnumbered page, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 December (Wednesdays) * WomenSpin: Radio Show

Women Spin, Wed. at 6-8pm, CKMS-FM, 94.5”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, December, seventh unnumbered page, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991 December (Wednesdays) * Womenwise: Radio Show

Women Wise, Wed. at 10:30pm-12:30am, CKWR-FM 98.7”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, December, seventh unnumbered page, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1991, December 7 (Saturday) * WOODS: Annual Christmas Dinner

“Deb from WOODS would like to spread the word that she is jorganizing for the annual Christmas Dinner on December 7. Call her for tickets and info.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, November centre pages.]

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1991, December 8 (Sunday) * FSCC: Advent II

Sunday 8 FSCC Advent II, Pastor Lloyd. 7:30pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, December , the second (unnumbered) page.]

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1991, December 13 (Friday) * WOODS: Planning Night

Friday 13 WOODS planning night. 7:30pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, December, the second (unnumbered) page.]

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1991, December 14 (Saturday) * GLLOW: Planning Evening

Saturday 14 GLLOW Planning Evening. University of Waterloo. 5:00pm. Meet at GLLOW office, CC208. Call ###-#### for directions!”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, December, the second (unnumbered) page.]

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1991, December 15 (Sunday) * WOODS: Outdoor Snow Sports

Sunday 15 WOODS outdoor snow sports.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, December , the second (unnumbered) page.]

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1991, December 15 (Sunday) * FSCC: Advent III

Sunday 15 ... FSCC Advent III, Guest Speaker. 7:30pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, December , the second (unnumbered) page.]

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1991, December 17 (Tuesday) * WOODS: Films

Tuesday 17 WOODS Films: Two In Twenty and The Finale. 7:30pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, December , the second (unnumbered) page.]

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1991, December 19 (Thursday) * ACCKWA: Christmas Open House

Thursday 19 ACCKWA Christmas Open House 3:00-9:00pm. Please join us to celebrate the season, learn of our programs, and meet the Board and Staff of ACCKWA. 13-1601 River Rd. East, Kitchener.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, December , the second (unnumbered) page.]

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1991, December 22 (Sunday) * FSCC: Advent IV

Sunday 22 FSCC Advent IV, Pastor Lloyd. 7:30pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, December , the second (unnumbered) page.]

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1991, December 24 (Tuesday) * FSCC: Christmas Eve Day

Tuesday 24 FSCC: Christmas Eve Day at Thompson Hall, Toronto. 10:00pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, December , the second (unnumbered) page.]

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1991, December 25 (Wednesday) * Merry Christmas

Wednesday 25 Merry Christmas!!”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1991, December , the second (unnumbered) page.]

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1991 * UW Refused Same-Sex Spousal Benefits

The University refused same-sex spousal benefits, saying it would cost too much. In 1995, they changed their mind, and in 1999 the definition of spouse was changed to move pension benefits in line with the spousal benefits.
[source: Jim Parrott.]

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