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Events in Grand River Rainbow Communities


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1999

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1998, January (...) * Womyn's Social: Recreational Volleyball

Womyn's Social Recreational Volleyball if you want a fun night out for some exercise-this is the event for you. Projected start will be in January. There will be a small fee. No super-jock attitude but skill is OK- a lot of laughter is mandatory. Call Wendy at ###-#### with first name, phone number and preference of week night.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1998, December 4, Volume 1, Issue 3, p.56.]

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1999, January (...) * Womyn's Reading Circle

WOMYN'S READING CIRCLE ... Beginning in January of 1999, will meet once a month. The night has yet to be decided. Phone ###-#### for more information if you'd like to come out and join us. We will choose our reading selections by concensus.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.15.]

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1999, January (...) * KW Aquatics Club (KWAC): Swimming

Swimming ... KW Aquatics Club (KWAC) swims three times a week swims at the Waterloo Recreation Center Swimplex on Father David Bauer Road in Waterloo. We are open to swimmers at all levels and of all orientations. There is a small entrance fee each time you swim; join us afterwards for some refreshments too. Telephone Mark at ###-#### for more information.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.30.]

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1999, January (...) * KW Front Runners: Running

Running ... KW Front Runners is a running and walking group. Telephone Mark at ###-#### or Peter at ###-#### for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.30.]

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1999, January 1 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.53.]

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1999, January 3 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church service To attend an LGBT-friendly Community Church try the Rainbow MCC. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road, at the corner of Kortright and Edinburgh Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 4 (Monday) * Queer Static

Queer Static at the Trasheteria, every Monday from 10:00 pm to 3:00 am. The Trasheteria is located at 52 Macdonell in Guelph. This is a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender friendly event, sponsored by Guelph Queer Equality and the Trasheteria. No cover, a $2 donations is suggested. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for more information
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 6 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 6 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 6 (Wednesday) * Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group

Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group We meet every first and third Wednesday of each month. Meetings start at 6:30 pm at Gomorrah's. Call us for more details: 905-###-####, or tollfree 1-888-###-#### or email ####@#########.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 6 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call Rob Gascho at (519) ###-####”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 6 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered people, and those questioning their sexuality are welcome. Information: ###-####.
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 6 (Wednesday) * GLOWNight

GLOWNight: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm. Everyone is welcome. Meet old Friends, and make new ones.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 6 (Wednesday) * GLOW's Second Discussion Group

GLOW's Second Discussion Group also meets in Hagey Hall Rms. 373 & 378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 6 (Wednesday) * Club Renaissance: A Night Of Martinis, Cigars, Swing, Jazz - Acid Jazz & Blues

“Calling all LOUNGE LIZARDS to Club Renaissance FOR A NIGHT OF MARTINIS, CIGARS SWING, JAZZ - ACID JAZZ & BLUES... FIRST WEDNESDAY of EVERY MONTH” ... “CLUB RENAISSANCE 24 Charles St. W., Info Line: (519) ###-#### Website: http://###.######.com/-#######”.
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.29.]

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1999, January 8 (Friday) * The Voice Magazine: Volume 1, Issue 4

The header on the cover of this issue read: “The Voice Serving the K-W and Area LGBT Community Volume One Issue four Friday January 8, 1999.” This issue had 56 numbered pages (plus both sides of the front cover and back cover, none of them numbered, for a total of 60 pages); its format size was 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5"). The front and back covers were printed on blue paper; the internal pages were on white paper and all images are printed in black and white. The front cover included an illustration of a bird sitting on a snow covered branch which was followed by the statement: “THE VOICE SPEAKS FROM THE HEART OF WINTER” and the notice “NEW SECTION--Musings of Reverie Page 48” At the bottom of the front cover was an advertisement for Grabbajabba “FINE COFFEE COAST TO COAST”. The back cover is a full page advertisement for Generation X Alternative Video & Media. The issue also contained advertisements for Eye in the Sky Clothing & Accessories, Suite Surprises (lingerie and so much more), Easy Net, John N. Nauss B.A. H.D.&c (Holistic Consultant), Alternative Counselling, Paul D Martel (Chartered Accountant), Wendy Bonza (Psychotherapist, Art Therapist), High Touch Jin Shin Acupressure, TBC Travel, ETC Economical Tax Services, Jean-Paul Pilon (Barrister and Solicitor, Notary Public), Adelphi Antiques, Club Renaissance, Golden Triangle On Line, Talking Trees Books & Music, Lynn McDowell (Pet Sitting), Sandy John Pratt (Group and Individual Meditation Guidance), Out & About Queer Radio, Royal LePage (Annette Escobar and Bruce Taylor), Beaver Creek Housing Co-op, and First Unitarian Congregation of Waterloo (“Services of Union for Same-Sex Couples and other rites of passage”).
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4.]

The section previously named Editorial was renamed Viewpoint (p.3) in this issue and was followed a piece on Matthew Shepard titled “Time Magazine's 'Man of the Year'” (pp.4-5,16) both being authored by A.J. Mahari. The International News section reported on that trial dates for the men accused of murdering Matthew Shepard had been set and that they would be tried separately (p.7); a Swiss man jailed for HIV transmission (p.8); a Duluth cabbie charged with the sexual assault of a lesbian passenger (p.8); a South African woman slain for having HIV (p.8); Australian AIDS deaths down 80% (p.9); Lesbian Poet [Ursula (U A) Fanthorpe] in running to be Poet Laureate (p.9); an article titled “LESBIAN TEEN'S HARD YEAR” reprinted from the Cincinnati Enquirer (p.9) and details on the Conference: Ending Hate Violence against Lesbians and Gays hosted by The Lesbian and Gay Anti-Violence Project of NSW, Australia (p.9) This issue was the first to have a Letters to the Editor section (p.6). There was an article titled “Suicide Young Gay Males” by D.J (p.10); followed by the article “A Catholic Pledge to End Violence Against Gay &#amp; Lesbian People” (p.11). The Herstory section featured “Lesbian Pride” a selection from Andrea Dworkin's book “OUR BLOOD: PROPHECIES AND DISCOURSES ON SEXUAL POLITICS” (pp.12-13); “Woman” a poem by A.J. Mahari (p.12); an excerpt from “ The Night and Danger₋ by Andrea Dworkin (p.13); and a listing of terms from The Quotable Lesbian (pp.14-15). The His-Story section (pp.18-19) featured an examination of the sub-culture of Bears and included an execerpt from “The Natural Bears Classification System” and reviews of Les Wright's “The Bear Book”. The Biz Section (pp.20-23) featured an article by Darren Kregar about the basics of retirement savings plans (RRSP), and then a reprint of an article from the San Jose Mercury News by Kathy Kristof titled “Six Ideas For a Prosperous New Year”. The Business Feature section (pp.2-25) features a reprint of an article by local lawyer Jean-Paul Pilon titled “The History Of My Law Practice”. The Featured Spotlight Article (pp.26,47) outlined The Coalition For Support Of Lesbian, Gay, & Bisexual Youth in Waterloo Region. The COMMUNITY Social and Service Organizations (p.31) has entries for Distress Line; Lesbian/Gay/Bi-sexual Youth Line; Two Spirited People of First Nations; AIDS Hotline; AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener-Waterloo and Area; AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County; AWARE K-W (Dutch Reformed Church); Brethren Mennonite Council for Gays and Lesbians; COLLAGE (Children of Lesbians and Gays Everywhere); Women's Centres; Substance Abuse; OUTline; Sexual Assault Centres; Waterloo Region Alliance for Equal Rights. That page also listed the following radio shows: Woman Made Collective Show; Women's Spin; Leaping Lesbians; Nowhere to Hide; Fag Factory; Queer's Kick Ass; and Out & About Queer Radio. The Entertainment section (pp.33-35) contained four movie reviews, a theater review and review of the album “Water In The Eyes of Time” by Adriene Wentworth. The People section (pp.36-39) included writing on Mark Tewksbury, Jody Foster and George Michael. In the Books section (pp.42,44-46) there were brief and also lengthy reviews of some recent books of interest. The Musings Of Reverie section (pp.48-49,55) contained two articles by A.J. Mahari titled “Reverie” and “Making It” There was an article “Local Church Becomes an Affirming Congregration” by Paul Warder (p.51) followed by a piece titled “The Story of a Relationship” (p.52) by Mary A. Griffith. The Writer's Corner (p.54) included work by Richard K. Smith. The issue closed with a Classifieds and Personals section (p.56).
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4.]

The Community Listings section (pp.28,30) included a listing of 2 events on specific dates, as well as information about ongoing events for: the Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church in Guelph (Sundays 7:00 pm), Queer Static (Mondays 10:00 pm-3:00 am), Guelph Queer Equality (Tuesdays 7:00-9:00 pm), Wednesday Pride, the Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group (1st & 3rd Wednesday of each month, starting 6:30 pm), the Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group of ACCKWA (Wednesdays 7:00-9:00 pm), the GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group (Wednesdays 7:30-9:00 pm), GLOW's Second Discussion Group (Wednesdays 7:30-9:00 pm), the GLOWNight social (Wednesdays 9:00-11:00 pm), the KW Aquatics Club (KWAC) and the KW Front Runners. There was also a list of local groups and services.
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1998, December 4, Volume 1, Issue 4.]

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1999, January 8 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.53.]

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1999, January 10 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church service To attend an LGBT-friendly Community Church try the Rainbow MCC. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road, at the corner of Kortright and Edinburgh Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 11 (Monday) * Queer Static

Queer Static at the Trasheteria, every Monday from 10:00 pm to 3:00 am. The Trasheteria is located at 52 Macdonell in Guelph. This is a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender friendly event, sponsored by Guelph Queer Equality and the Trasheteria. No cover, a $2 donations is suggested. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for more information
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 12 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 13 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 13 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call Rob Gascho at (519) ###-####”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 13 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered people, and those questioning their sexuality are welcome. Information: ###-####. Topics For both Groups To Be Announced at this month's meetings
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 13 (Wednesday) * GLOWNight

GLOWNight: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm. Everyone is welcome. Meet old Friends, and make new ones.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 13 (Wednesday) * GLOW's Second Discussion Group

GLOW's Second Discussion Group also meets in Hagey Hall Rms. 373 & 378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 15 (Friday) * Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (Waterloo/Wellington): Meeting

PFLAG (Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) meet at 8:00 pm. PFLAG is a support group for people who are learning to understand and come to terms with the sexual orientation of family members or friends in a confidential and supportive atmosphere. For information, call Evie at ###-#### (Kitchener) or Sue at (519) ###-#### (Cambridge) or email them at #####@#######.##.## .”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.30.]

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1999, January 15 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.53.]

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1999, January 17 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church service To attend an LGBT-friendly Community Church try the Rainbow MCC. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road, at the corner of Kortright and Edinburgh Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 18 (Monday) * Queer Static

Queer Static at the Trasheteria, every Monday from 10:00 pm to 3:00 am. The Trasheteria is located at 52 Macdonell in Guelph. This is a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender friendly event, sponsored by Guelph Queer Equality and the Trasheteria. No cover, a $2 donations is suggested. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for more information
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 19 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 20 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 20 (Wednesday) * Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group

Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group We meet every first and third Wednesday of each month. Meetings start at 6:30 pm at Gomorrah's. Call us for more details: 905-###-####, or tollfree 1-888-###-#### or email ####@#########.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 20 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call Rob Gascho at (519) ###-####”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 20 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered people, and those questioning their sexuality are welcome. Information: ###-####. Topics For both Groups To Be Announced at this month's meetings
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 20 (Wednesday) * GLOWNight

GLOWNight: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm. Everyone is welcome. Meet old Friends, and make new ones.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 20 (Wednesday) * GLOW's Second Discussion Group

GLOW's Second Discussion Group also meets in Hagey Hall Rms. 373 & 378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 22 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.53.]

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1999, January 24 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church service To attend an LGBT-friendly Community Church try the Rainbow MCC. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road, at the corner of Kortright and Edinburgh Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 25 (Monday) * Queer Static

Queer Static at the Trasheteria, every Monday from 10:00 pm to 3:00 am. The Trasheteria is located at 52 Macdonell in Guelph. This is a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender friendly event, sponsored by Guelph Queer Equality and the Trasheteria. No cover, a $2 donations is suggested. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for more information
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 26 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 26 (Tuesday) * Interfaith Counselling Agency: Homecoming Group

Homecoming: Living Fully As A Gay, Lesbian or Bisexual Person, an educational support group for men and women over 25, who are facing the challenge of defining and embracing their sexual identity. Included for discussion: -Complexities Surrounding Sexual Orientation -Toxic Nature of Homophobia -Impact of Shame on Identity, Sexual Expression and Relationships -Coming Out Process: An Individual Journey -The Risks and Benefits of Coming Out -The Effects of the Chronic Suppression of Feelings -Organizing Lives Without Sexual, Legal or Religious Support -Creating Meaningful Relationships Without Role Models. Winter 1999: January 26 to April 6 (March 26 excluded) Cost is $120.00 (10 sessions, Tuesdays 7-9pm) For more information call Judy-Lee or Debbie at Interfaith at ###-#### ”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.30.]

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1999, January 27 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 27 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call Rob Gascho at (519) ###-####”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 27 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered people, and those questioning their sexuality are welcome. Information: ###-####. Topics For both Groups To Be Announced at this month's meetings
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 27 (Wednesday) * GLOWNight

GLOWNight: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm. Everyone is welcome. Meet old Friends, and make new ones.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 27 (Wednesday) * GLOW's Second Discussion Group

GLOW's Second Discussion Group also meets in Hagey Hall Rms. 373 & 378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 29 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.53.]

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1999, January 31 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church service To attend an LGBT-friendly Community Church try the Rainbow MCC. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road, at the corner of Kortright and Edinburgh Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, January 8, Volume 1, Issue 4, p.28.]

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1999, January 30 (Saturday) * GLOW Planning Meetings

The first of many strategic planning meetings are held to form GLOW's mandate and future goals. The meetings end without significant change that term, and begin anew in late 2000.
[source: Nigel Flear.]

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1999, February 1 (Monday) * Queer Static

Monday. Queer Static at the Trasheteria, every Monday from 10:00 pm to 3:00 am. The Trasheteria is located at 52 Macdonell in Guelph. This is a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender friendly event, sponsored by Guelph Queer Equality and the Trasheteria. No cover, a $2 donations is suggested. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for more information
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 2 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesday. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 3 (Wednesday) * Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group

Wednesday. Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group We meet every first and third Wednesday of each month. Meetings start at 6:30 pm at http://www.gomorrahs.com". Call us for more details: 905-###-####, or toll-free 1-888-###-#### or email ####@#########.### for details”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 3 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesday ... Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call Rob Gascho at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 3 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesday ... GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered people, and those questioning their sexuality are welcome. Information: ###-####. GLOW'S website is at http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow Topics T.B.A.:
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 3 (Wednesday) * GLOW's Second Discussion Group

Wednesday ... GLOW's Second Discussion Group also meets in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Both the Second Group and the Coming Out Group meet together in one room for the introduction and icebreaker question, then the Second Group moves to the other room for their own discussion or activity. The groups rejoin for the social at 9:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 3 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesday ... GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm. Everyone welcome; meet old friends, and make new ones.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 3 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesday ... Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 4 (Thursday) * Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group

Thursday. Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group: If you are post-op or pre-op transsexual or are dealing with gender dysphoria, come join this bi-weekly peer support group. Meetings begin February 4, 1999 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm and will continue bi-weekly thereafter. Meetings will be held at the Hamilton AIDS Network, 512 James St. N. For further details, please call (905)###-#### or e-mail Janet at: #####@########.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 5 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.53.]

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1999, February 5 (Friday) * Victoria Park Gay-Bashing (1997, July 10): Pre-Sentencing Session

On P.B2 of the The Record, 1999, February 6, Saturday Final Edition, was an article by Dianne Wood (Record staff) entitled “Crown wants men jailed for gay-bashing”. This article appears to describe court proceedings from the previous day (1999, February 5, Friday). The article began “Hate crimes can't be tolerated, a prosecutor said Friday in asking for a six-month jail term for two Kitchener men who attacked homosexuals in Victoria Park in 1997.” Assistant Crown attorney Susan Howard spoke in Kitchener provincial court about the atmosphere of fear and intimidation that such attacks create in the gay community, and indicated that jail terms would help lessen that fear. The two defendants, John Tait, 22, and Paul Stephens, 24, had pled guilty in 1998 to assault and assault causing bodily harm in this case. The judge, Colin Westman agreed that the six-month sentences were appropriate but wanted more time to decide whether they should be served in a reformatory or in the community. The article indicated that one of the victims required surgery for a broken jaw and needed six months off his job to deal with the “emotional devastation” that followed the attack. The article also noted that Tait was six feet four in height and a boxer, and Stephens was a rugby player.
[source: The Record, 1999, February 6, Saturday Final Edition, p.B2.]

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1999, February 6 (Saturday) * Women Out Opening Doors Socially : Line Dancing

WOODS Closed* Event: Line Dance Instruction at 7pm. RSVP by January 30th to Brenda R. and Sue.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.30.]

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1999, February 7 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sunday. Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church service To attend an LGBT-friendly Community Church try the Rainbow MCC. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road, at the corner of Kortright and Edinburgh Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 8 (Monday) * Queer Static

Monday. Queer Static at the Trasheteria, every Monday from 10:00 pm to 3:00 am. The Trasheteria is located at 52 Macdonell in Guelph. This is a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender friendly event, sponsored by Guelph Queer Equality and the Trasheteria. No cover, a $2 donations is suggested. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for more information
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 9 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesday. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 10 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesday. Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call Rob Gascho at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 10 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesday ... GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered people, and those questioning their sexuality are welcome. Information: ###-####. GLOW'S website is at http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow Topics T.B.A.:
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 10 (Wednesday) * GLOW's Second Discussion Group

Wednesday ... GLOW's Second Discussion Group also meets in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Both the Second Group and the Coming Out Group meet together in one room for the introduction and icebreaker question, then the Second Group moves to the other room for their own discussion or activity. The groups rejoin for the social at 9:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 10 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesday .. GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm. Everyone welcome; meet old Friends, and make new ones.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 10 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesday ... Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 12 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.53.]

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1999, February 14 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sunday. Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church service To attend an LGBT-friendly Community Church try the Rainbow MCC. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road, at the corner of Kortright and Edinburgh Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 14 (Sunday) * AWARE K-W

AWARE K-W: A Christian gay-positive group with roots in the Christian Reformed Church, meets every second Sunday evening of each month. For information call Gary Terpstra at ###-####, or Fred Rolleman at ###-#### #####@ionline.net”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.31.]

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1999, February 15 (Monday) * Queer Static

Monday. Queer Static at the Trasheteria, every Monday from 10:00 pm to 3:00 am. The Trasheteria is located at 52 Macdonell in Guelph. This is a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender friendly event, sponsored by Guelph Queer Equality and the Trasheteria. No cover, a $2 donations is suggested. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for more information
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 15 (Monday) * Victoria Park Gay-Bashing (1997, July 10): Sentencing

On p.A1 of The Record, 1999, February 16, Tuesday First Edition, was an article by Dianne Wood (Record staff) entitled “Two K-W men jailed for attacking gay in park”. The article began as follows. “A judge sentenced two Kitchener ‘bullies’ to six months in jail Monday for what he called a cowardly and vicious attack on a gay man in Kitchener's Victoria Park. Although both John Tait, 22, and Paul Stephens, 24, come from good homes and have no criminal record, Judge Colin Westman rejected their lawyers' requests to sentence them to house arrest.” In passing sentence the judge indicated that crimes against minority groups deserved jail sentences so that all minority groups “can feel safe and others will be deterred from such attacks.” The victim who had required surgery as a result of the attack felt pleased with the sentence and hoped that it would indeed have some deterrent value. The judge said that the attack was particularly awful since the attackers were very athletic and the victim who was hurt the most was much smaller in size. He also ordered the defendents to be placed on two years probation.
[source: The Record, 1999, February 16, Tuesday First Edition, p.A1.]

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1999, February 16 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesday. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 16 (Tuesday) * Women Out Opening Doors Socially : Gloria Nafziger Seminar & Planning Meeting

WOODS Closed* Event: Gloria Nafziger Seminar & Planning Meeting at 6:30 pm sharp! RSVP to Dona by February 9th.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.30.]

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1999, February 16 (Tuesday) * Gomorrah's Seminar : Are You Paying Too Much Tax?

Are You Paying Too Much Tax? a seminar at 7:00 pm at http://www.gomorrahs.com Patricia (Pat) Wilson, Certified Financial Planner with Investors Group will answer questions on RRSP's, investment planning financial advisors, and more. The tax man cometh! Be prepared! Call (905) ###-#### ext. 318 (24-hour voice mail) to register. Seating is limited. Admission is Free.
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.30.]

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1999, February 17 (Wednesday) * Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group We meet every first and third Wednesday of each month. Meeting start at 6:30 pm at http://www.gomorrahs.com". Call us for more details: 905-###-####, or toll-free 1-888-###-#### or email ####@#########.### for details”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 17 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesday... Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call Rob Gascho at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 17 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesday ... GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered people, and those questioning their sexuality are welcome. Information: ###-####. GLOW'S website is at http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow Topics T.B.A.:
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 17 (Wednesday) * GLOW's Second Discussion Group

Wednesday ... GLOW's Second Discussion Group also meets in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Both the Second Group and the Coming Out Group meet together in one room for the introduction and icebreaker question, then the Second Group moves to the other room for their own discussion or activity. The groups rejoin for the social at 9:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 17 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesday ... GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm. Everyone welcome; meet old Friends, and make new ones.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 17 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesday. Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 18 (Thursday) * Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group

Thursday. Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group: If you are post-op or pre-op transsexual or are dealing with gender dysphoria, come join this bi-weekly peer support group. Meetings begin February 4, 1999 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm and will continue bi-weekly thereafter. Meetings will be held at the Hamilton AIDS Network, 512 James St. N. For further details, please call (905)###-#### or e-mail Janet at: #####@########.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 19 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.53.]

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1999, February 19 (Friday) * Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (Waterloo/Wellington): Meeting

PFLAG (Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays), meets at 8:00 pm. PFLAG is a support group for people who are learning to understand and come to terms with the sexual orientation of family members or friends. Information, call Evie at ###-#### (Kitchener) or Sue at (519) ###-#### (Cambridge) or email them at ####@#####
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.30.]

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1999, February 20 (Saturday) * Women Out Opening Doors Socially : In-home Video Night

WOODS Closed* Event: In-home Video Night at 7pm. RSVP by February 13th. Closed means that this event is restricted for WOODS members only.
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.30.]

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1999, February 20 (Saturday) * Seminar : Maximizing Business Profits

Maximizing Business Profits: A seminar for Business Owners, Investors and Professionals. The seminar begins at 7:30pm, at the Italian Canadian Club, Guelph. To register, please contact Bonnie J. Badin, Financial Concept Group, (519) ###-#### or (519) ###-####. The next seminar in this series will be on March 31,1999
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.30.]

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1999, February 21 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sunday. Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church service To attend an LGBT-friendly Community Church try the Rainbow MCC. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road, at the corner of Kortright and Edinburgh Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 22 (Monday) * Queer Static

Monday. Queer Static at the Trasheteria, every Monday from 10:00 pm to 3:00 am. The Trasheteria is located at 52 Macdonell in Guelph. This is a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender friendly event, sponsored by Guelph Queer Equality and the Trasheteria. No cover, a $2 donations is suggested. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for more information
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 24 (Wednesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesday. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 24 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesday ... Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call Rob Gascho at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 24 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

WednesdayGLOW Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered people, and those questioning their sexuality are welcome. Information: ###-####. GLOW'S website is at http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow Topics T.B.A.:
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 24 (Wednesday) * GLOW's Second Discussion Group

Wednesday ... GLOW's Second Discussion Group also meets in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Both the Second Group and the Coming Out Group meet together in one room for the introduction and icebreaker question, then the Second Group moves to the other room for their own discussion or activity. The groups rejoin for the social at 9:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 24 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesday ... GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm. Everyone welcome; meet old Friends, and make new ones.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 24 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesday ... Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, February 24 (Wednesday) * Womyn's Reading Circle

Beginning in February of 1999, will meet once a month, on the last Wednesday of each month. Phone ###-#### for more information if you'd like to come out and join us. We will choose our reading selections by concensus. Our first meeting will be held on Wednesday February 24, at 7Pm.
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.14.]

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1999, February 26 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.53.]

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1999, February 27 (Saturday) * Chairs For Charity '99

Chairs For Charity '99 at the Rotunda at Kitchener City Hall. Chairs donated by local artists are currently on display at the Rotunda throughout the month of February. Works include paintings, prints, small sculpture, photography and of course, functional chairs. This event features a reception, food, music, a cash bar, an auction and fun! All proceeds go to ACCKWA Call ACCKWA at (519)###-#### for more information.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.30.]

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1999, February 28 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church service To attend an LGBT-friendly Community Church try the Rainbow MCC. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road, at the corner of Kortright and Edinburgh Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, February 5, Volume 1, Issue 5, p.29.]

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1999, March 1 (Monday) * Queer Static

Mondays. Queer Static at the Trasheteria, every Monday from 10:00 pm to 3:00 am. The Trasheteria is located at 52 Macdonell in Guelph. This is a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender friendly event, sponsored by Guelph Queer Equality and the Trasheteria. No cover, a $2 donations is suggested. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for more information
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 2 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 3 (Wednesday) * Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group We meet every first and third Wednesday of each month. Meetings start at 6:30 pm at http://www.gomorrahs.com". Call us for more details: 905-###-####, or toll-free 1-888-###-#### or email ####@#########.### for details”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 3 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call Rob Gascho at ACCKWA at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 3 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered people, and those questioning their sexuality are welcome. Information: ###-####. GLOW'S website is at http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow Discussion Topics For Group 1: March 3-‘Media Images and Role Models’
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 3 (Wednesday) * GLOW's Second Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's Second Discussion Group also meets in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Both the Second Group and the Coming Out Group meet together in one room for the introduction and icebreaker question, then the Second Group moves to the other room for their own discussion or activity. The groups rejoin for the social at 9:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 3 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays ... GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm. Everyone welcome; meet old Friends, and make new ones.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 3 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesdays ... Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.31.]

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1999, March 4 (Thursday) * Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group

Thursdays. Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group: If you are post-op or pre-op transsexual or are dealing with gender dysphoria, come join this bi-weekly peer support group. Meetings begin February 4, 1999 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm and will continue bi-weekly thereafter. Meetings will be held at the Hamilton AIDS Network, 512 James St. N. For further details, please call (905)###-#### or e-mail Janet at: #####@########.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.31.]

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1999, March 5 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.51.]

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1999, March 7 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church service To attend an LGBT-friendly Community Church try the Rainbow MCC. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road, at the corner of Kortright and Edinburgh Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 7 (Sunday) * Waterloo-Wellington Region Pride Committee Meeting

“Waterloo-Wellington Region Pride Committee Meeting from 3 pm to 5 pm. Location: Rm. 173, Environmental 2 Building, University of Waterloo. Inquires can be directed to Scott at: ######@########.## Next Meeting after this one is on Sunday March 21.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.31.]

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1999, March 8 (Monday) * Queer Static

Mondays. Queer Static at the Trasheteria, every Monday from 10:00 pm to 3:00 am. The Trasheteria is located at 52 Macdonell in Guelph. This is a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender friendly event, sponsored by Guelph Queer Equality and the Trasheteria. No cover, a $2 donations is suggested. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for more information
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 8 (Monday) * Doris Anderson: An Ambassador for Canadian Women

DORIS ANDERSON An Ambassador for Canadian Women Author, former editor of Chatelaine, pioneer feminist! Presented by the Waterloo Region international Women's Day Committee on March 8th, 7pm. at the Waterloo Stage Theatre (down town Waterloo). Look in the next issue of, ‘The Voice,’ for locations to find tickets--$10.00 each. Or write: Doris Anderson 450 Erb St. W. P.O. Box ##### Waterloo, Ont., N2T 2M9 Make cheque payable to: Waterloo Region International Women's Day Committee. Please include you full mailing ad dress”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1998, November 2, Volume 1, Issue 2, p.29.]

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1999, March 9 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 10 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call Rob Gascho at ACCKWA at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 10 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays... GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered people, and those questioning their sexuality are welcome. Information: ###-####. GLOW'S website is at http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow Discussion Topics For Group 1: ... March 10-‘Gender Roles’
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 10 (Wednesday) * GLOW's Second Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's Second Discussion Group also meets in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Both the Second Group and the Coming Out Group meet together in one room for the introduction and icebreaker question, then the Second Group moves to the other room for their own discussion or activity. The groups rejoin for the social at 9:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 10 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays ... GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm. Everyone welcome; meet old Friends, and make new ones.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 10 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesdays ... Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.31.]

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1999, March 12 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.51.]

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1999, March 12 (Friday) * Guelph Queer Equality

“College Royal from March 12 to March 14, sponsored by GQE (Guelph Queer Equality).” [NOTE": It is not clear what this notice means.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.31.]

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1999, March 13 (Saturday) * Dance Party ; FIRE + ICE

“We've got your cure for the winter ‘blah's’. Out & About - Queer Radio presents a Dance Party that'll ‘Heat Up Your Night’ The producers of last fall's Pink Party are back with the first ALL AGES bash of the new year. On Saturday, March 13th join all your friends and hundreds of revellers as we come out of the cold and pump up the heat. The coolest DJ with the hottest music, lights and action will set the stage for this sizzlin' hot party. Don't be left out in the cold this winter. Plan to attend Fire+Ice, 9 pm Fed Hall, Saturday, March 13th. Tickets are $5 in advance and $7 at the door. For more information or to reserve tickets call 519-###-####. Listen to Out & About - Queer Radio every Friday at 9:30pm on CKWR 98.5 fm to win ‘free passes’ to this red hot event..”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.31.]

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1999, March 14 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church service To attend an LGBT-friendly Community Church try the Rainbow MCC. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road, at the corner of Kortright and Edinburgh Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 14 (Sunday) * AWARE K-W

AWARE K-W: A Christian gay-positive group with roots in the Christian Reformed Church, meets every second Sunday evening of each month. For information call Gary Terpstra at ###-####, or Fred Rolleman at ###-####
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.33.]

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1999, March 15 (Monday) * Queer Static

Mondays. Queer Static at the Trasheteria, every Monday from 10:00 pm to 3:00 am. The Trasheteria is located at 52 Macdonell in Guelph. This is a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender friendly event, sponsored by Guelph Queer Equality and the Trasheteria. No cover, a $2 donations is suggested. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for more information
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 16 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 17 (Wednesday) * Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group We meet every first and third Wednesday of each month. Meeting start at 6:30 pm at http://www.gomorrahs.com". Call us for more details: 905-###-####, or toll-free 1-888-###-#### or email ####@#########.### for details”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 17 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call Rob Gascho at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 17 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered people, and those questioning their sexuality are welcome. Information: ###-####. GLOW'S website is at http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow Discussion Topics For Group 1: March 17-‘ ... Jealousy: The Fourth Deadly Sin & the LGBT World’
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 17 (Wednesday) * GLOW's Second Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's Second Discussion Group also meets in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Both the Second Group and the Coming Out Group meet together in one room for the introduction and icebreaker question, then the Second Group moves to the other room for their own discussion or activity. The groups rejoin for the social at 9:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 17 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays ... GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm. Everyone welcome; meet old Friends, and make new ones.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 17 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesdays ... Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.31.]

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1999, March 18 (Thursday) * Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group

Thursdays. Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group: If you are post-op or pre-op transsexual or are dealing with gender dysphoria, come join this bi-weekly peer support group. Meetings begin February 4, 1999 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm and will continue bi-weekly thereafter. Meetings will be held at the Hamilton AIDS Network, 512 James St. N. For further details, please call (905)###-#### or e-mail Janet at: #####@########.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.31.]

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1999, March 19 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.51.]

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1999, March 19 (Friday) * Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (Waterloo/Wellington): Meeting

PFLAG (Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays), meets at 8:00 pm. PFLAG is a support group for people who are learning to understand and come to terms with the sexual orientation of family members or friends. Information, call Evie at ###-#### (Kitchener) or Sue at (519) ###-#### (Cambridge) or email them at ####@#####
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.32.]

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1999, March 19 (Friday) * Guelph Queer Equality - Trip to Toronto's Gaybourhood

“Spring Break Ends Bus Trip to Toronto's Gaybourhood, sponsored by GQE (Guelph Queer Equality).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.32.]

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1999, March 21 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church service To attend an LGBT-friendly Community Church try the Rainbow MCC. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road, at the corner of Kortright and Edinburgh Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 21 (Sunday) * Waterloo-Wellington Region Pride Committee Meeting

“Waterloo-Wellington Region Pride Committee Meeting from 3 pm to 5 pm. Location: Rm. 173, Environmental 2 Building, University of Waterloo. Inquires can be directed to Scott at: ######@########.##
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.31.]

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“Waterloo-Wellington Region Pride Committee Meeting from 3 pm to 5 pm. Location: Rm. 173, Environmental 2 Building, University of Waterloo. Inquires can be directed to Scott at: ######@########.##
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.32.]

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1999, March 22 (Monday) * Queer Static

Mondays. Queer Static at the Trasheteria, every Monday from 10:00 pm to 3:00 am. The Trasheteria is located at 52 Macdonell in Guelph. This is a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender friendly event, sponsored by Guelph Queer Equality and the Trasheteria. No cover, a $2 donations is suggested. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for more information
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 23 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 24 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call Rob Gascho at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 24 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered people, and those questioning their sexuality are welcome. Information: ###-####. GLOW'S website is at http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow Discussion Topics For Group 1: ... March 24-‘Leading a Double Life’
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 24 (Wednesday) * GLOW's Second Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's Second Discussion Group also meets in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Both the Second Group and the Coming Out Group meet together in one room for the introduction and icebreaker question, then the Second Group moves to the other room for their own discussion or activity. The groups rejoin for the social at 9:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 24 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays ... GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm. Everyone welcome; meet old Friends, and make new ones.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 24 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesdays ... Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.31.]

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1999, March 25 (Thursday) * Business Networking for the Local LGBT Business Community

BUSINESS NETWORKING for the local LGBT business community MARCH 25,1999 7:00 p.m. - 9:30p.m 22 King St. S. Lower Level Uptown Waterloo for more information: Contact Darren at: (519) ###-#### This is a no-charge event GUEST SPEAKER Gordon Husk Topic: Dealing with Difficult People”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.56.]

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1999, March 26 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.51.]

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1999, March 28 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church service To attend an LGBT-friendly Community Church try the Rainbow MCC. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road, at the corner of Kortright and Edinburgh Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 28 (Sunday) * GLOW Event

GLOW Event To Be Announced GLOW's monthly event is a fun activity held on the last Sunday of every month. These are gay, and gay friendly events (So bring your friends). All ages and skill levels welcome. This group is Out for fun. If you are interested in more information or being a contact for future monthly events, please contact Kevin at ######@######.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.32.]

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1999, March 29 (Monday) * Queer Static

Mondays. Queer Static at the Trasheteria, every Monday from 10:00 pm to 3:00 am. The Trasheteria is located at 52 Macdonell in Guelph. This is a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender friendly event, sponsored by Guelph Queer Equality and the Trasheteria. No cover, a $2 donations is suggested. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for more information
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 30 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 31 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call Rob Gascho at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 31 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered people, and those questioning their sexuality are welcome. Information: ###-####. GLOW'S website is at http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow Discussion Topics For Group 1: March 31-‘Issues in Outing: The Shattered Closet Door’
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 31 (Wednesday) * GLOW's Second Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's Second Discussion Group also meets in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Both the Second Group and the Coming Out Group meet together in one room for the introduction and icebreaker question, then the Second Group moves to the other room for their own discussion or activity. The groups rejoin for the social at 9:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 31 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays ... GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm. Everyone welcome; meet old Friends, and make new ones.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.28.]

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1999, March 31 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesdays ... Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.31.]

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1999, March 31 (Wednesday) * Seminar : Rekindling the Innovative Fires

Rekindling the Innovative Fires: a seminar for Business Owners, Investors and Professionals. The seminar begins at 7:30pm, at the Italian Canadian Club, Guelph. Successful Marketing Strategies ‐‐ Peter Barrow, Barrow Communications Inc. Need Captial for Start-Up or Expansion? ‐‐ Business Development Bank Sponsored by Business Development Bank of Canada To register, please contact Bonnie J. Babin, Financial Concept Group, (519) ###-#### or (519) ###-####. The next seminar in this series will be on May 5, 1999”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, March 5, Volume 1, Issue 6, p.32.]

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1999, April 1 (Thursday) * Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group

Thursdays. Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group: If you are post-op or pre-op transsexual or are dealing with gender dysphoria, come join this bi-weekly peer support group. Meetings begin February 4, 1999 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm and will continue bi-weekly thereafter. Meetings will be held at the Hamilton AIDS Network, 512 James St. N. For further details, please call (905)###-#### or e-mail Janet at: #####@########.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 1 (Thursday) * CLUB RENAISSANCE ; ALL REQUEST THURSDAYS

“ALL REQUEST THURSDAYS Like to Hear a track from YOU'RE FAVORITE CD? BRING IT IN‐WE'LL PLAY IT! IT'S YOUR NIGHT! IT'S YOUR MUSIC! Cover ONLY $1.00 CLUB RENAISSANCE 24 CHARLES ST. W. DOWNTOWN KITCHENER INFO LINE: (519) ###-#### Pitchers just $6.50 before 10 p.m. Small Draught $1.50”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.29.]

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1999, April 1 (Thursday) * Nunavut Becomes Canada's Newest Territory

Nunavut Becomes Canada's Newest Territory (No Fooling!)”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.30.]

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1999, April 2 (Friday) * Women Out Opening Doors Socially : Table Games & Potluck

WOODS Event: (Open) Table Games & Potluck at 4pm. There is LOTS of room to move around and/or dance and there is also a pool table, ping-pong table, soccer table and tables for cards or board games. If it's a nice day, you may go for a beautiful walk in nearby Laurel Creek Conservation Area. RSVP by March 26th to Leslie. ‘Open’ means this event may be attended by members and non-members. (Women only)
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.30.]

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1999, April 2 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.25.]

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1999, April 4 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church: An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road, at the corner of Kortright and Edinburgh Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 4 (Sunday) * Waterloo-Wellington Region Pride Committee Meeting

Waterloo-Wellington Region Pride Committee Meeting from 3 pm to 5 pm. This is a tentative listing. Probable Location: Rm. 173, Environmental 2 Building, University of Waterloo. Inquires can be directed to Scott at: ######@########.## Visit our Pride page at: http://www.rainbow.on.ca/pride99/
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.30.]

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1999, April 6 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 7 (Wednesday) * Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group. We meet every first and third Wednesday of each month. Meetings start at 6:30 pm. Call us for more details: 905-###-####, or toll-free 1-888-###-#### or email ####@#########.### http://www.gomorrahs.com
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 7 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call Rob Gascho at ACCKWA at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 7 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays. GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered people, and those questioning their sexuality are welcome. Information: ###-####. For more GLOW information see page 44
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. April Discussion Topics For Group 1: Wednesday April 7: ‘Gaydar’... GLOW's Second Discussion Group also meets in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Currently there is no information as to the topics of this group. They are TBA each week. GLOW's website is at http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.45.]

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1999, April 7 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays ... GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm. Everyone welcome; meet old friends, and make new ones.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 7 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life : Addiction Support Group

Wednesdays ... Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 7 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesdays ... Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 7 (Wednesday) * Ontario Coalition for Abortion Clinics : Protest Human Life International 18th Annual Conference

Protest vs. Human Life International Human Life International (HLI) is having their 18th annual conference from April 7 to 11, at the International Plaza Hotel in Toronto. HLI is one of the largest anti-abortion religious organizations in North America, and they're not too keen on other perceived social ills of the 90s, such as homosexuality, pornography, or sexual/reproductive education/freedoms either. A protest is being organized by the Ontario Coalition for Abortion Clinics (OCAC), and others, to oppose the conference and its aims. HLI website: http://www.hli.org OCAC Protest website: www.geocities.com/HotSprings/Villa/7346/hli.htm OCAC contact: Brenda Lee at: #######@####.###”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.30.]

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1999, April 9 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.25.]

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1999, April 11 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church: An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road, at the corner of Kortright and Edinburgh Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 11 (Sunday) * AWARE K-W

AWARE K-W: A Christian gay-positive group with roots in the Christian Reformed Church, meets every second Sunday evening of each month. For information call Gary Terpstra at ###-####, or Fred Rolleman at ###-####
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.31.]

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1999, April 13 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 14 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call Rob Gascho at ACCKWA at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 14 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered people, and those questioning their sexuality are welcome. Information: ###-####. For more GLOW information see page 44
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. April Discussion Topics For Group 1: Wednesday April 14: ‘Friends or Lovers: How Do We Decide’ GLOW's Second Discussion Group also meets in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Currently there is no information as to the topics of this group. They are TBA each week. GLOW's website is at http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.45.]

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1999, April 14 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays ... GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm. Everyone welcome; meet old Friends, and make new ones.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 14 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life : Addiction Support Group

Wednesdays ... Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 14 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesdays ... Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 14 (Wednesday) * The 519 Community Centre : An Estate & Tax Planning Seminar

An Estate & Tax Planning Seminar Including tax planning strategies for same sex couples The 519 Community Centre 7:00pm to 9:00pm $10 per person (suggested donation) Advanced registration required by calling The 519 at 416-###-#### Ext. ### (registration line operational after March 10th) Presentation by the Certified General Accountants Association - Toronto Chapter with speakers Jo Anne Young, CGA and Larry Lychowyd LLB For Further information please contact: Fred Pritchard CGA (######@#########.##) Director & Treasurer Certified General Accountants Association of Ontario - Toronto Chapter All proceeds go to support EGALE & the Raise the Roof Campaign at The 519.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.30.]

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1999, April 15 (Thursday) * Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group

Thursdays. Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group: If you are post-op or pre-op transsexual or are dealing with gender dysphoria, come join this bi-weekly peer support group. Meetings begin February 4, 1999 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm and will continue bi-weekly thereafter. Meetings will be held at the Hamilton AIDS Network, 512 James St. N. For further details, please call (905)###-#### or e-mail Janet at: #####@########.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 15 (Thursday) * CLUB RENAISSANCE ; ALL REQUEST THURSDAYS

“ALL REQUEST THURSDAYS Like to Hear a track from YOU'RE FAVORITE CD? BRING IT IN‐WE'LL PLAY IT! IT'S YOUR NIGHT! IT'S YOUR MUSIC! Cover ONLY $1.00 CLUB RENAISSANCE 24 CHARLES ST. W. DOWNTOWN KITCHENER INFO LINE: (519) ###-#### Pitchers just $6.50 before 10 p.m. Small Draught $1.50”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.29.]

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1999, April 16 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.25.]

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1999, April 16 (Friday) * Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (Waterloo/Wellington): Meeting

PFLAG (Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) meet at 8:00 pm. For information, call Evie at ###-#### (Kitchener) or Sue at (519) ###-#### (Cambridge)”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.31.]

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1999, April 16 (Friday) * Rainbow Chorus : Dance

Rainbow Chorus is holding a dance at the ‘school house’ at 611 Silvercreek parkway (just north of #7) in Guelph. Starts at 8:00PM and admission is $5.00. There will be spot dance prizes a 50/50 draw and liquor as well as beer and wine. The theme of the dance is ‘Singing in the rainbow’ and for more information contact Cory at ###-#### or Robert at ###-#### or #####@########.###”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.31.]

Rainbow Chorus: is a choir that performs and will also be hosting dances for the LGBT community every month through to July and then starting again in September. For information you can contact Robert at ###-#### or Cory at ###-#### http:///www.webpoint.net/~cory
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.32.]

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1999, April 17 (Saturday) * Women Out Opening Doors Socially : Gaming at Casino Niagara

WOODS Open* Event: Gaming at Casino Niagara at 9 am sharp! Spend the day in Niagara gambling and/or sight seeing. RSVP to Debbie L. by April 10th or contact WOODS.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.31.]

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1999, April 17 (Saturday) * Waterloo-Wellington Region Pride Committee Meeting

Waterloo-Wellington Region Pride Committee Meeting from 3 pm to 5 pm. This is a tentative listing. For more information contact Scott at: ######@########.##
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.31.]

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1999, April 18 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church: An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road, at the corner of Kortright and Edinburgh Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 20 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 21 (Wednesday) * Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group. We meet every first and third Wednesday of each month. Meetings start at 6:30 pm. Call us for more details: 905-###-####, or toll-free 1-888-###-#### or email ####@#########.### http://www.gomorrahs.com
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 21 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call Rob Gascho at ACCKWA at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 21 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered people, and those questioning their sexuality are welcome. Information: ###-####. For more GLOW information see page 44
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. April Discussion Topics For Group 1: ... Wednesday April 21: ‘Politics and Sexuality’ GLOW's Second Discussion Group also meets in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Currently there is no information as to the topics of this group. They are TBA each week. GLOW's website is at http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.45.]

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1999, April 21 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays. GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm. Everyone welcome; meet old Friends, and make new ones.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 21 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life : Addiction Support Group

Wednesdays ... Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 21 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesdays ... Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 22 (Thursday) * CLUB RENAISSANCE ; ALL REQUEST THURSDAYS

“ALL REQUEST THURSDAYS Like to Hear a track from YOU'RE FAVORITE CD? BRING IT IN‐WE'LL PLAY IT! IT'S YOUR NIGHT! IT'S YOUR MUSIC! Cover ONLY $1.00 CLUB RENAISSANCE 24 CHARLES ST. W. DOWNTOWN KITCHENER INFO LINE: (519) ###-#### Pitchers just $6.50 before 10 p.m. Small Draught $1.50”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.29.]

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1999, April 23 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.25.]

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1999, April 23 (Friday) - April 25 (Sunday) * Brethren Mennonite Council for Lesbian and Gay Concerns : Connecting Families Weekend

“Connecting Families Weekend in Bolton Ontario, from April 23 to April 25, 1999. An event of the Brethren Mennonite Council for Lesbian and Gay Concerns. For more information, email the council at: #########@###.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.31.]

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1999, April 24 (Saturday) - April 25 (Sunday) * RainBow Ridge Resort : Spring Open House

Lesbian and Gay Vacation Community Always dreamed of that special summer place of your own? Make your vacation dreams a reality this year! Cheaper and more fun than a cottage Comfortable, romantic, friendly camping and trailer resort Spring Open House - April 24th & 25th Noon to 4 P.M. RainBow Ridge Resort At the intersection of Hwy 9 and Hwy 25 South on the Grand River, just 15Kms. west of Orangeville Call: 1-888-###-#### or 1-519-###-#### for directions”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, Back Cover.]

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1999, April 25 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church: An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road, at the corner of Kortright and Edinburgh Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 27 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 28 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call Rob Gascho at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 28 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered people, and those questioning their sexuality are welcome. Information: ###-####. For more GLOW information see page 44
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. April Discussion Topics For Group 1: ... Wednesday April 28: ‘Religion and Spirituality’ GLOW's Second Discussion Group also meets in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Currently there is no information as to the topics of this group. They are TBA each week. GLOW's website is at http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.45.]

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1999, April 28 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays ... GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm. Everyone welcome; meet old Friends, and make new ones.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 28 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life : Addiction Support Group

Wednesdays ... Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 28 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesdays ... Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 29 (Thursday) * Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group

Thursdays. Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group: If you are post-op or pre-op transsexual or are dealing with gender dysphoria, come join this bi-weekly peer support group. Meetings begin February 4, 1999 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm and will continue bi-weekly thereafter. Meetings will be held at the Hamilton AIDS Network, 512 James St. N. For further details, please call (905)###-#### or e-mail Janet at: #####@########.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.28.]

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1999, April 29 (Thursday) * CLUB RENAISSANCE ; ALL REQUEST THURSDAYS

“ALL REQUEST THURSDAYS Like to Hear a track from YOU'RE FAVORITE CD? BRING IT IN‐WE'LL PLAY IT! IT'S YOUR NIGHT! IT'S YOUR MUSIC! Cover ONLY $1.00 CLUB RENAISSANCE 24 CHARLES ST. W. DOWNTOWN KITCHENER INFO LINE: (519) ###-#### Pitchers just $6.50 before 10 p.m. Small Draught $1.50”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.29.]

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1999, April 30 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.25.]

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1999, April 30 (Friday) - May 2 (Sunday) * London Lesbian Film Festival: #8

London Lesbian Film Festival #8 - Real Films for Reel Womyn. The London Lesbian Film Festival is pleased to present ‘Reel Womyn,’ our 8th year of lesbian-focused cinema, being held April 30th to May 2nd, 1999, in London , Ontario. Call (###) ###-####, write the LLFF at P.O. Box #####, London, ON, N5W ###, log on to our website at http://###### or email us at ####@#####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.30]

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1999, May 1 (Saturday) * The Voice Magazine: Volume 1, Issue 8

The header on the cover of this issue read: “The Voice Serving the K-W & Area Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgendered Community Volume One Issue Eight Saturday, May 1, 1999.” This issue had 56 pages (plus front and back covers, for a total of 60 pages); its format size was 21.6 cm x 13.6 cm (8.5" x 5.35"). There were advertisements for: Grabbajabba, Waterloo North Mazda, Blue Star Web Design, Wild Woman Gardens, Tri-Pride '99, Alternatives Counselling (Marion Markham), Snugglers (furniture), Lynn Voortman (naturopathic doctor), Anonymous HIV Testing Drop-In Clinics (Waterloo Regional Community Health Department), Economical Tax Services (Darren Kregar), Generation X alternative video & Media, Club Rennaisance, Wendy Bonza (psychotherapist, art therapist), Out & About Queer Radio (Fridays, 9:30 p.m. on CKWR FM, 98.5), Beaver Creek Housing Co-op, Joy's Disorder (a release by wide-eyed music of an album by singer Cate Friesen), Mad Netter Clan (computer services), Words Worth Books, Jean Paul Pilon (Barrister and Solicitor, Notary Public), Schreiter (home furnishings), GLOW (Gays & Lesbians of Waterloo), Creative Re-Solutions for gay couples (Gordon Husk, mediator), Golden Triangle On Line, Adelphi Antiques, Kathy Frey (counselling), Christina Edwards (individual, couple and family therapy), Royal LePage Crown Realty Services, First Unitarian Congregation of Waterloo (“Services of Union for Same-Sex Couples and other rites of passage”), and Rainbow Ridge Resort (near Orangeville).
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8.]

There was an announcement by Editor A.J. Mahari of the new Youth Section in the magazine, and a couple of pages of information (by Dianne Wray of the Pride Committee) on the coming Pride Celebration. In the Shades of Grey column, there was an article entitled “The Anatomy of Hate” by A.J. Mahari. In the Pink & Gray column, there was an article entitled “Wake Up” by Gordon Husk. In the From Inside Out column, there was an article entitled “Choices” by C.A. Garry. In the HERSTORY section, there was an article entitled “The Woman-Identified Woman” by Radicalesbiens. In the Transgender Story section, there was an article entitled “Building Bridges” by Nancy Nangeroni. In the Integrity: A Christian Perspective section there was an article entitled “Does Jesus Love You?” by Robert Adams. In the Q Health section, there was a satirical article entitled “Sex, Lies, and Tinky Winky” by Dr. Jeffrey Chernin. In The Biz Section, there was an article by Darren Kregar entitled “Starting a Small Business: The Essential Steps”. The Business Feature section was devoted to Generation X: Alternative Video & Media. The new Youth Section introduced the editors of that section, Kristin Baetz and Jason Santo. There was an article entitled “IMRU? Productions Interview” by Randi Ulch.
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8.]

There was a listing of 9 events on specific dates in May, as well as information about ongoing events for: the Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church in Guelph (Sundays 7:00 pm), the Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) (Tuesdays 7:00 to 9:00 pm), the Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group (first and third Wednesdays of each month, 6:30 pm), the Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group of ACCKWA (Wednesdays 7:00-9:00 pm), the GLLOW Coming Out Discussion Group (Wednesdays 7:30-9:00 pm), the GLLOW Social (Wednesdays (9:00-11:00 pm), the C.R.E.W. (Coalition Rainbow InitiativE of Waterloo) (Wednesdays 7:30 pm), the Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club in Guelph (Wednesdays), the Create a New Life in Guelph (a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women, Wednesdays, 7 pm to 8:30 pm), and the Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group (bi-weekly Thursdays, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm).
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28 & p.30.]

There was a listing of community groups and organizations, a listing of upcoming Pride celebrations in Ontario, a description of 5 films of interest, and interview of singer Cate Friesen by A.J. Mahari, some entertainment news, a humour section, descriptions of 5 books of interest, a lengthy book review (written by Lyne Waddington) of “Fall on Your Knees” by Anne-Marie Macdonald, an article entitled “What Comes Around” by Wendy Bonza, and a section entitled Musings of Reverie including 3 pieces by A.J. Mahari (“Bridges”, “Life is Not a Rehearsal”, and “Colours”). In the HIS-STORY section, there was an article entitled “Non-Violence and Forethought” by A.J. Mahari. In the Bisexual Story section, there was an article entitled “The Tyranny of Language” by Lyn McGinnis. There was a report on an HBO show about the lesbian experience in America in production, “If These Walls Could Talk 2”. There was an article by Kris Cummings entitled “What is it going to take?”, an announcement of a new column by Timothy Lee, and an article entitled “On the Allure of ‘Xena’” by Neil Steinberg.
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8.]

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1999, May ... (Sunday) * Rainbow Chorus : Dances

Rainbow Chorus: is a choir that performs and will also be hosting dances for the LGBT community every month through to July and then starting again in September. For information you can contact Robert at ###-#### or Cory at ###-#### http:///www.webpoint.net/~cory
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.31.]

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1999, May 1 (Saturday) * Lesbian Gay Bisexual Youth Retreat : Spring Out!

THE COALITION FOR SUPPORT OF THE L.G.B. YOUTH OF WATERLOO REGION LESBIAN GAY BISEXUAL YOUTH RETREAT (14 YEARS +) • Meet other youth from Southwestern Ontario • Fun Interactive activities • Coffee House • Dance Pre-registration is required. For more information or to register contact: Leann Wagner Waterloo Region Community Health Dept. (519) ###-#### extension #### or email ######@######.#########.##.## The retreat is sponsored by: The Coalition For Support of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Youth of Waterloo Region. The Planning committe also consists of representatives from: • Aids Committee of Windsor • Aids Committee of Simcoe County, Triangle Youth Network • LYPS for Grey Bruce • Private Individuals from Dundas, Paisley and Waterloo Region. SATURDAY MAY 1, 1999 10:00 AM TO 9:00 PM WATERLOO ONTARIO The Coalition For Support of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Youth in Waterloo Region is looking for new members. We organize workshops, youth retreats, do advocacy, etc. Meetings are held once a month. For more information, call Marion Markham at ###-####.&8221;
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.24.]

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1999, May 1 (Saturday) * Waterloo-Wellington Regional Pride Committee: Garage Sale

As part of its fundraising for Tri-Pride '99, the Waterloo-Wellington Regional Pride Committee sponsored a “Get the Crap Out of the Closet Garage Sale” on “Saturday, May 1st 8:30-2:00pm 350 Margaret Avenue, Kitchener, Ontario (between Guelph Street & Union Avenue).” This garage sale was part of “Breithaupt Community Centre's indoor giant garage sale FREE ADMISSION Look for the Rainbow Colours to find our booth. Donations of stuff welcome. Contact ###-#### to arrange for pickup.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.5.]

“As part of fundraising for the Regional Pride '99 celebration the Regional Pride Committee is participating in the: 5th Annual Indoor Giant Garage Sale Saturday, May 1, 1999 Breithaupt Community Centre Gymnasium 350 Margaret Ave., Kitchener, 8:30 am - 2:00 pm, free admission.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.30.]

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1999, May 1 (Saturday) * Coalition for Support of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Youth of Waterloo Region: LGB Youth Retreat

LGB Youth Retreat from 10 am to 9pm, in Waterloo, sponsored by the Coalition for Support of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Youth of Waterloo Region. Meet other youth from southwestern Ontario. Fun interactive activities. Coffee house. Dance. Pre-registration is required. For more info or to register, contact Leann Wagner of the Waterloo Region Community Health Dept. at (###) ###-#### ext. ####, or via email at ####@######”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.30.]

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1999, May 1 (Saturday) * Women Out Opening Doors Socially: Outdoor Cook-out in the Country

WOODS Open* Event: Outdoor Cook-out in the Country at 11 am or after, at Leslie's trailer at Belmore. Those who want to fish at the trout farm come early. Cook your steak (or fish) on an open fire. Call Leslie. Walk, sing song around the fire. 1-1/2 hrs from K-W area. *An ‘open’ event may be attended by members and non-members.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.30.]

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1999, May 1 (Saturday) * HomoHop

Homohop at the Hart House, University of Toronto (between Museum and Queen's Park stations). For more info, contact LGBTOUT at 416-###-#### ext.####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.30.]

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1999, May 2 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at ###-###-####” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 4 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 5 (Wednesday) * Boomernomics

Boomernomics: a seminar for Business Owners, Investors and Professionals. The seminar begins at 7:30 pm, at the Italian Canadian Club, Guelph. Presented by Edward Lee, C.I. Mutual FUnds. Timely advice for boomers on the brink of retirement! To register, please contact Bonnie J Babin, Financial Concept Group, (###) ###-#### or (###) ###-####. Free book for first 100 registrants.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.30.]

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1999, May 5 (Wednesday) * Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group We meet every first and third Wednesday of each month. Meeting start at 6:30 pm at Gomorrah's. Call us for more details: 905-###-####, or toll-free 1-888-###-#### or email ####@#########.### http://www.gomorrahs.com
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 5 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA : Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call Rob Gascho at ACCKWA at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 5 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered people, and those questioning their sexuality are welcome. Information: ###-####. Topics For May TBA. Glow's Website: http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 5 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays ... Glow Social a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm. Everyone is welcome; meet old Friends, and make new ones.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 5 (Wednesday) * C.R.E.W. (Coalition Rainbow InitiativE of Waterloo)

Wednesdays ... C.R.E.W: invites you to come out to their meetings and get involved in building community infrastructure. Meetings are held every Wednesday at 7:30 pm. For more details contact: Kris at ##########@#######.### or call ###-####.
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

C.R.E.W. The Coalition Rainbow InitiativE of Waterloo holds meeting each Wednesday night at 7:30 PM, in room 378 Hagey Hall, on the U of W campus. All are welcome. This group is seeking to build some much needed community infrastructure. For more information contact Kris at: ##########@#######.### or call ###-####.
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.51.]

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1999, May 5 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club

Wednesdays. Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 5 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life

Wednesdays. Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 7 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.33.]

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1999, May 9 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at ###-###-####” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 9 (Sunday) * AWARE K-W

AWARE K-W: A Christian gay-positive group with roots in the Christian Reformed Church, meets every second Sunday evening of each month. For information call Gary Terpstra at ###-####, or Fred Rolleman at ###-#### #####@#######.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.31.]

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1999, May 11 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 12 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA : Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call Rob Gascho at ACCKWA at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 12 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered people, and those questioning their sexuality are welcome. Information: ###-####. Topics For May TBA. Glow's Website: http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 12 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays. Glow Social a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm. Everyone is welcome. Meet old Friends, and make new ones.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 12 (Wednesday) * C.R.E.W. (Coalition Rainbow InitiativE of Waterloo)

Wednesdays. C.R.E.W: invites you to come out to their meetings and get involved in building community infrastructure. Meetings are held every Wednesday at 7:30 pm. For more details contact: Kris at ##########@#######.### or call ###-####.
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

C.R.E.W. The Coalition Rainbow InitiativE of Waterloo holds meeting each Wednesday night at 7:30 PM, in room 378 Hagey Hall, on the U of W campus. All are welcome. This group is seeking to build some much needed community infrastructure. For more information contact Kris at: ##########@#######.### or call ###-####.
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.51.]

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1999, May 12 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club

Wednesdays. Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 12 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life

Wednesdays. Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 13 (Thursday) * Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group

Thursdays. Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group: If you are post-op or pre-op transsexual or are dealing with gender dysphoria, come join this bi-weekly peer support group. Meetings begin February 4, 1999 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm and will continue bi-weekly thereafter. Meetings will be held at the Hamilton AIDS Network, 512 James St. N. For further details, please call (905)###-#### or e-mail Janet at: #####@########.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 14 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.33.]

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1999, May 16 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at ###-###-####” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 18 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 19 (Wednesday) * Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group We meet every first and third Wednesday of each month. Meeting start at 6:30 pm at Gomorrah's. Call us for more details: 905-###-####, or toll-free 1-888-###-#### or email ####@#########.### http://www.gomorrahs.com
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 19 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA : Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call Rob Gascho at ACCKWA at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 19 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays. GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered people, and those questioning their sexuality are welcome. Information: ###-####. Topics For May TBA. Glow's Website: http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 19 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays. Glow Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm. Everyone is welcome. Meet old Friends, and make new ones.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 19 (Wednesday) * C.R.E.W. (Coalition Rainbow InitiativE of Waterloo)

Wednesdays. C.R.E.W: invites you to come out to their meetings and get involved in building community infrastructure. Meetings are held every Wednesday at 7:30 pm. For more details contact: Kris at ##########@#######.### or call ###-####.
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

C.R.E.W. The Coalition Rainbow InitiativE of Waterloo holds meeting each Wednesday night at 7:30 PM, in room 378 Hagey Hall, on the U of W campus. All are welcome. This group is seeking to build some much needed community infrastructure. For more information contact Kris at: ##########@#######.### or call ###-####.
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.51.]

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1999, May 19 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club

Wednesdays. Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 19 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life

Wednesdays. Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 20 (Thursday) - May 30 (Sunday) * Inside Out

Inside Out 9th Annual Lesbian Gay Film Video Festival of Toronto plays from May 20th to May 30th, at the Multi-plex Paramount Festival Hall on Richmond Street, in downtown Toronto. For more information, call 416-###-#### ext. #### Or visit their website at: http://www.insideout.on.ca/.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.30.]

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1999, May 21 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.33.]

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1999, May 21 (Friday) * Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (Waterloo/Wellington): Meeting

PFLAG (Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) meet at 8:00 pm. For more information, call Evie at ###-#### (Kitchener) or Sue at (519) ###-#### (Cambridge) or email them at ####@#####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.30.]

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1999, May 23 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at ###-###-####” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 25 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 26 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA : Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call Rob Gascho at ACCKWA at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 26 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays. GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered people, and those questioning their sexuality are welcome. Information: ###-####. Topics For May TBA. Glow's Website: http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 26 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays. Glow Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm. Everyone is welcome. Meet old Friends, and make new ones.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 26 (Wednesday) * C.R.E.W. (Coalition Rainbow InitiativE of Waterloo)

Wednesdays. C.R.E.W: invites you to come out to their meetings and get involved in building community infrastructure. Meetings are held every Wednesday at 7:30 pm. For more details contact: Kris at ##########@#######.### or call ###-####.
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

C.R.E.W. The Coalition Rainbow InitiativE of Waterloo holds meeting each Wednesday night at 7:30 PM, in room 378 Hagey Hall, on the U of W campus. All are welcome. This group is seeking to build some much needed community infrastructure. For more information contact Kris at: ##########@#######.### or call ###-####.
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.51.]

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1999, May 26 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club

Wednesdays. Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 26 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life

Wednesdays. Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 27 (Thursday) * Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group

Thursdays. Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group: If you are post-op or pre-op transsexual or are dealing with gender dysphoria, come join this bi-weekly peer support group. Meetings begin February 4, 1999 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm and will continue bi-weekly thereafter. Meetings will be held at the Hamilton AIDS Network, 512 James St. N. For further details, please call (905)###-#### or e-mail Janet at: #####@########.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, May 28 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.33.]

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1999, May 29 (Saturday) * Kate Frisen : Performance at Zion uUited Church

Up-Coming Event- Saturday May 29 Singer Kate Frisen performs at the Zion United Church, (Round Room) 32 Weber Street E, Kitchener. For information contact MaryJoy at ###-####”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, April 2, Volume 1, Issue 7, p.31.]

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1999, May 29 (Saturday) * Cate Friesen: Concert

Cate Friesen: is performing at the Zion United Church (in the round room), 32 Weber St. West at 8 pm. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door. Tickets are on sale at Readers Inc. Books, 140 University Ave in Waterloo or can be purchased with a credit card by calling ###-#### (note $1 service charge on phone orders).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.30.]

There was a glowing review by A.J. Mahari of this performance by Cate Friesen on p.36 of The Voice Magazine, June 4, 1999, Volume 1, Issue 9.
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.36.]

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1999, May 29 (Saturday) * Waterloo-Wellington Regional Pride Committee: Scavenger Hunt

As part of its fundraising for Tri-Pride '99, the Waterloo-Wellington Regional Pride Committee sponsored a scavenger hunt: “Pride Hunt '99 - Come Scavenge & Hunt by Car or by Foot Saturday, May 29 (6:30 SHARP @ Club Rennaisance) Post-Hunt party @ Club Rennaisance 2 person team recommended 2 ways to win Prizes - most stuff found & most money raised (pledges) $10 donation per person (waived if you raise $50 in pledges) pledge sheets will be available at Club Rennaisance Pride Info location For more info contact ###-####”.
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.5.]

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1999, May 30 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at ###-###-####” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, May 1, Volume 1, Issue 8, p.28.]

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1999, June ... (Sunday) * Rainbow Chorus : Dances

Rainbow Chorus: is a choir that performs and will also be hosting dances for the LGBT community every month through to July and then starting again in September. For information you can contact Robert at ###-#### or Cory at ###-#### http:///www.webpoint.net/~cory
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.31.]

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1999, June 1 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 2 (Wednesday) * Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group We meet every first and third Wednesday of each month. Meetings start at 6:30 pm. Call us for more details: 905-###-####, or toll-free 1-888-###-#### or email ####@#########.### http://www.gomorrahs.com
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 2 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA : Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call ACCKWA at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 2 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Information: ###-####. http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 2 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays ... Glow Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 2 (Wednesday) * C.R.E.W. (Coalition Rainbow InitiativE of Waterloo)

Wednesdays ... C.R.E.W: invites you to come out to their meetings and get involved in building community infrastructure. Meetings are held every Wednesday at 7:30 pm. For more details contact: Kris at ###-#### or ##########@#######.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 2 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club

Wednesdays ... Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 2 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life

Wednesdays ... Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 4 (Friday) * The Voice Magazine: Volume 1, Issue 9

The header on the cover of this issue read: “The Voice Serving the K-W & Area Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgendered Community Volume One Issue Nine Friday, June 4, 1999.” This issue had 64 pages (plus front and back covers, for a total of 68 pages); its format size was 21.6 cm x 13.6 cm (8.5" x 5.35"). There were advertisements for: Grabbajabba, Waterloo North Mazda, Tri-Pride OUT'99, Blue Star Web Design, Airways Transit, Club Rennaisance, The Magickal Broom (cleaning service), Schreiter (home furnishings), Lynn Voortman (naturopathic doctor), Anonymous HIV Testing Drop-In Clinics (Waterloo Regional Community Health Department), Yukiko's Cafe Bistro, Economical Tax Services (Darren Kregar), Weaving Our Work (career design for women, Alyson Nyiri), Delirium, Golden Triangle On Line, Jean Paul Pilon (Barrister and Solicitor, Notary Public), Re/Max (Twin City Realty, Alan Goetz), Snugglers (furniture), Gomorrah's (Hamilton's gay and lesbian retail store), Words Worth Books, Adelphi Antiques, Beaver Creek Housing Co-op, Alternatives Counselling (Marion Markham), Gay Retreats (near Lake Huron), Out & About Queer Radio (Fridays, 9:30 p.m. on CKWR FM, 98.5), Wendy Bonza (psychotherapist, art therapist), Mad Netter Clan (computer services), Generation X Alternative Video & Media, Kathy Frey (counselling), Christina Edwards (individual, couple and family therapy), Royal LePage Crown Realty Services (Annette Escobar and Bruce Taylor), First Unitarian Congregation of Waterloo (“Services of Union for Same-Sex Couples and other rites of passage”), and Rainbow Ridge Resort (near Orangeville).
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9.]

There was an editorial by Editor A.J. Mahari entitled “Pride,” a reproduction of a letter from Prime Minister Jean Chrétien extending “greetings on the occasion of the 1999 Pride Week Festival,” a page of information entitled “What's Up With Pride” (by Dianne Wray of the Pride Committee) on the coming Pride Celebration, an eight-page “Queer Timeline” from ancient times to the present (reprinted from the Out and About website), and an article entitled “Stonewall Revisited.” In the Shades of Grey column, there was an article entitled “Pride: Our Renaissance” by A.J. Mahari. In the Integrity column there was an article entitled “Pride and Humility” by Robert Adams. In the Q - Health column there was an article entitled “LGBT Pride: What Does It Mean to You?” by Dr. Jeffrey Chernin. There were short pieces on the origin of the AIDS Memorial Quilt and the Rainbow Flag. In the Biz Section column there was an article entitled “We have Pride in Our Advertisers and Our Contributors” by Darren Kregar and A.J. Mahari, followed by a listing of advertisers. The Business Featured area featured “Weaving Our Work: Career Design for Women” (a business run by Alyson B. Nyiri). There was a tribute (on p.23) to Outlook Magazine reading: “The Voice would like to remember ‘The Outlook Magazine’ with Pride and to publically thank Rick and Mark for providing our area with three years of service to the LGBT community (Up to June '98) and for paving the way for The Voice.” In the Generation Why? column there was an article entitled “Holding Hands; By an Experienced Victim and a Brave Survivor”; it described a recent social experiment by IMRU? community vision theatre project, in which two women kissed in front of Kitchener City Hall (as some heterosexual couples had just done) and the comments of observers were recorded by other members of IMRU? project. There was an article entitled “Abuse in Relationships” by Laura Roberts. There was an article entitled “Pride in doing something...”, which described the Albert Kennedy Trust, which had been set up in Manchester, England to help homeless lesbian and gay teenagers.
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9.]

There was a listing of a few events on specific dates in June, as well as information about ongoing events for: the Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church in Guelph (Sundays 7:00 pm), the Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) (Tuesdays 7:00 to 9:00 pm), the Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group (first and third Wednesdays of each month, 6:30 pm), the Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group of ACCKWA (Wednesdays 7:00-9:00 pm), the GLLOW Coming Out Discussion Group (Wednesdays 7:30-9:00 pm), the GLLOW Social (Wednesdays (9:00-11:00 pm), the C.R.E.W. (Coalition Rainbow InitiativE of Waterloo) (Wednesdays 7:30 pm), the Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club in Guelph (Wednesdays), the Create a New Life in Guelph (a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women, Wednesdays, 7 pm to 8:30 pm), and the Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group (bi-weekly Thursdays, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm). There was also a listing of local community organizations, as well as listings for Pride celebrations in Hamilton, London, Toronto and Ottawa.
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9.]

The Entertainment area included a film review of Before Stonewall (1985, 87 min, US), a film review of Out of the Past (1998, 65 min, US), a puzzle with a Pride theme, and a review by A.J. Mahari of a performance in Kitchener by singer/songwriter Kate Friesen. The News area had an article entitled “Supreme Court Ruling Redefines Family,“ describing a recent ruling by the Supreme Court of Canada that “spouse” would now include same-sex partners where questions of support payments were concerned. The Books section contained reviews and notices of several books and a set of postcards. There was a piece on the first (pre-Stonewall) gay-rights magazine published. There was a piece entitled “Pre/ Post Stonewall Lesbian Imagery” and a companion piece entitled “Pre/ Post Stonewall Gay Imagery.” There was a listing of 5 radio shows broadcast from Guelph and Waterloo, and 1 television show from Toronto. There was an article entitled “Big and Proud” by Marion Markham about body image and dieting. There were short pieces about Harvey Milk, about Greek poet Sappho, and the pink triangle symbol. In the Pink and Gray column there was an article entitled “Pride, Sex & Spirit” by Gord Husk (Part One of Two). There was an article entitled “The Real Exercise Bike” by Wendy Bonza.
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9.]

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1999, June 4 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.60.]

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1999, June 6 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at ###-###-####” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 6 (Sunday) * HomoHop : LGBTOUT

HomoHop - LGBTOUT's 30th Anniversary LGBTOUT Celebrates 30 Queer Years! The LGBT students of University of Toronto are tickled pink to announce that we are celebrating our 30th anniversary!These events will take place in the HangaR on St. George St. Call 46-###-#### ext. #### for more info.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.30.]

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1999, June 8 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 9 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA : Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call ACCKWA at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 9 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Information: ###-####. http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 9 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays. Glow Social a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 9 (Wednesday) * C.R.E.W. (Coalition Rainbow InitiativE of Waterloo)

Wednesdays ... C.R.E.W: invites you to come out to their meetings and get involved in building community infrastructure. Meetings are held every Wednesday at 7:30 pm. For more details contact: Kris at ###-#### or ##########@#######.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 9 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club

Wednesdays ... Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwhich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 9 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life

Wednesdays ... Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 10 (Thursday) * Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group

Thursdays. Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group: If you are post-op or pre-op transsexual or are dealing with gender dysphoria, come join this bi-weekly peer support group. Meetings begin February 4, 1999 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm and will continue bi-weekly thereafter. Meetings will be held at the Hamilton AIDS Network, 512 James St. N. For further details, please call (905)###-#### or e-mail Janet at: #####@########.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 11 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.60.]

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1999, June 13 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at ###-###-####” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 13 (Sunday) * AWARE K-W

AWARE K-W: A Christian gay-positive group with roots in the Christian Reformed Church, meets every second Sunday evening of each month. For information call Gary Terpstra at ###-####, or Fred Rolleman at ###-#### #####@#######.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.31.]

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1999, June 13 (Sunday) * Women Out Opening Doors Socially: Mini Golf & Driving Range

WOODS Open* Event: Mini Golf & Driving Range at 1:00 pm. Join us on the goofy golf course or the driving range, whichever you prefer, at Maui`s in Waterloo (just before Waterloo Market on the right).
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.30.]

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1999, June 15 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 16 (Wednesday) * Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group We meet every first and third Wednesday of each month. Meeting start at 6:30 pm at Gomorrah's. Call us for more details: 905-###-####, or toll-free 1-888-###-#### or email ####@#########.### http://www.gomorrahs.com
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 16 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA : Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call ACCKWA at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 16 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Information: ###-####. http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 16 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays ... Glow Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 16 (Wednesday) * C.R.E.W. (Coalition Rainbow InitiativE of Waterloo)

Wednesdays ... C.R.E.W: invites you to come out to their meetings and get involved in building community infrastructure. Meetings are held every Wednesday at 7:30 pm. For more details contact: Kris at ###-#### or ##########@#######.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 16 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club

Wednesdays ... Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 16 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life

Wednesdays ... Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 18 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.60.]

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1999, June 18 (Friday) * Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (Waterloo/Wellington): Meeting

PFLAG (Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) meet at 8:00 pm. PFLAG is a support group for people who are learning to understand and come to terms with the sexual orientation of family members or friends in a confidential and supportive atmosphere. For the location of the meeting and more information, call Evie at ###-#### (Kitchener) or Sue at (###) ###-#### (Cambridge) or email them at ####@#####
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.30.]

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1999, June 18 (Friday) - June 20 (Sunday) * Gay Weekend Retreat: Gay Men & Spirituality

Gay Weekend Retreat, June 18-20, near Bayfield on Lake Huron. This weekend's topic is Gay Men & Spirituality. For more information, phone ###-###-#### after 5pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.30.]

“Lake Huron. Gay Retreats. Balanced discussion & play in secluded, intimate, clothing optional centre near sandy beaches... Gay Men Weekends ... Spirituality - June 18-20.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.51.]

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1999, June 19 (Saturday) * Tri-Pride '99: Rock the Island! Celebrate Diversity

The event was announced as being held Saturday, June 19, 1999, approximately 1-7pm, Victoria Park Island (Kitchener). According to the announcement: “This year's event promises to be more exciting than ever. The Committee, in partnership with Club Renaissance, is coordinating entertainment, a beverage garden, vendor tables, community information tables, and just plain fun.” The reader is directed to “Watch for the What's Up With Pride Column in upcoming issues of The Voice.”
[source: a document rather like a press-release, entitled “What's Up With Pride”]

“In 1999, the Pride Celebration moved from the clock tower area of Kitchener's Victoria Park to the centre of the park, Roos Island. Pride '99, dubbed, Rock the Island! Celebrate Diversity was attended by over 500 people. There were information tables, a BBQ, a beer garden, and a variety of entertainment with lots of music.”
[source: Pride Guide 2006, May 27th - June 4th, p.29.]

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1999, June 19 (Saturday) * Tri-Pride '99: Rock the Island! Celebrate Diversity

June 19th 12:00pm ‑ 7:00pm Roos Island Victoria Park Kitchener Come Rock the Island at Tri-Pride '99 and Celebrate Diversity in Waterloo‑Wellington!”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.1.]

Confirmed Events | MCC Rally | Opening Ceremonies | DJ's | Sarah Colleen Dillon | Drumming Circle | Rainbow Chorus | Speakers | Barbecue | Beverage Garden | Drag Show | Silent Auction | Pride Merchandise | Info tables | Pride Program Directory 7:00pm Club Renaissance Opens and the celebrations continue there!!” [source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.6.]

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1999, June 19 (Saturday) * Club Renaissance: Party With Pride

“Party with Pride at Club Renaissance Sat. June 19th Doors open at 7:00 PM.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.7.]

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1999, June 19 (Saturday) * Hamilton Pride 1999

HAMILTON PRIDE 1999 BUILDING A PROUD COMMUNITY Celebrating the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Communities in Hamilton and Region Saturday June 19 Ontario Workers Arts & Heritage Centre, 51 Stuart Street, Hamilton. Schedule of Events: 1 to 2 pm – New Life Community Church Pride Day service | 2 to 4 pm – Pride Day Picnic! | 5 to 8 pm ‑ Hamilton's Pride Stage! Area's local talent! | 9 pm to close – Hamilton's Pride Day Dance! http://www.rainbowzone.com/pride99/”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.29.]

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1999, June 19 (Saturday) * Hamilton Pride: 1999

Hamilton Pride 1999 at the Ontario Workers Arts & Heritage Centre, 51 Stuart Street, Hamilton.
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.30.]

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1999, June 20 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at ###-###-####” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 21 (Monday) - June 27 (Sunday) * Toronto Pride Week

Toronto Pride Parade Sunday June 27/99 Toronto Pride Week Begins ‘One Pride Fits All ’ from June 21 to June 27. For information call (416) ###-#### Or fax: (416) ###-#### or email:#####@############.### ####@############.### or write to: P.O. Box ### Stn. F, Toronto, Ontario M4Y 2L8 http://www.torontopride.com/”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.29.]

Toronto Pride Week Begins ‘One Pride Fits All ’ - June 21-27 http://www.torontopride.com/”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.30.]

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1999, June 22 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 23 (Wednesday) * PBS Television Stations: After Stonewall

‘After Stonewall’: all U.S. PBS Stations 9pm -- check out the PBS station from Buffalo. (ch 17- cable is Ch 14) Melissa Etheridge narrates this documentary which chronicles the growth and empowerment of the LGBT community following the historic 1969 Stonewall riots.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.30.]

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1999, June 23 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA : Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call ACCKWA at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 23 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Information: ###-####. http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 23 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays.... Glow Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 23 (Wednesday) * C.R.E.W. (Coalition Rainbow InitiativE of Waterloo)

Wednesdays. C.R.E.W: invites you to come out to their meetings and get involved in building community infrastructure. Meetings are held every Wednesday at 7:30 pm. For more details contact: Kris at ###-#### or ##########@#######.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 23 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club

Wednesdays. Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 23 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life

Wednesdays. Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 24 (Thursday) * Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group

Thursdays. Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group: If you are post-op or pre-op transsexual or are dealing with gender dysphoria, come join this bi-weekly peer support group. Meetings begin February 4, 1999 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm and will continue bi-weekly thereafter. Meetings will be held at the Hamilton AIDS Network, 512 James St. N. For further details, please call (905)###-#### or e-mail Janet at: #####@########.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 25 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.60.]

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Sunday June 27 ‘One Pride Fits All ’ Toronto Pride Parade”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.30.]

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1999, June 27 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at ###-###-####” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 29 (Sunday) * GLOW: New Logo & Toronto Pride Parade

A new GLOW logo is unveiled at the Toronto Pride Parade on a new vinyl banner, replacing the make-shift fabric one used in previous years. Only three GLOW volunteers participate in the marching contingent.
[source: Nigel Flear.]

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1999, June 29 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 30 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA : Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call ACCKWA at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 30 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Information: ###-####. http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 30 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays ... Glow Social a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 30 (Wednesday) * C.R.E.W. (Coalition Rainbow InitiativE of Waterloo)

Wednesdays ... C.R.E.W: invites you to come out to their meetings and get involved in building community infrastructure. Meetings are held every Wednesday at 7:30 pm. For more details contact: Kris at ###-#### or ##########@#######.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 30 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club

Wednesdays ... Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, June 30 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life

Wednesdays ... Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.28.]

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1999, July 2 (Friday) * London Pride '99

London Pride '99 London Ontario July 2 ‑ 11, 1999 We are once again planning a Pride March through downtown London. 1999 marks the 25th Anniversary of HALO's service to the greater community. The March will take place on Sunday July 11,1999. A climatic affirmation of our place in the community. For more information contact HALO at (519)###-#### http//www.gaycanada.com/london-pride/”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.29.]

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1999, July 2 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.49.]

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1999, July 4 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church: An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 6 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 7 (Wednesday) * Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group We meet every first and third Wednesday of each month. Meetings start at 6:30 pm. Call us for more details: 905-###-####, or toll-free 1-888-###-#### or email ####@#########.### http://www.gomorrahs.com
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 7 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call ACCKWA at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 7 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Information: ###-####. http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 7 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays ... GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 7 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesdays ... Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 7 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life : Addiction Support Group

Wednesdays ... Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 8 (Thursday) * Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group

Thursdays. Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group: If you are post-op or pre-op transsexual or are dealing with gender dysphoria, come join this bi-weekly peer support group. Meetings begin February 4, 1999 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm and will continue bi-weekly thereafter. Meetings will be held at the Hamilton AIDS Network, 512 James St. N. For further details, please call (905)###-#### or e-mail Janet at: #####@########.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 9 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.49.]

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1999, July 9 (Friday) * Gay Weekend retreats

Gay Weekend Retreats, for Gay men. For more information, phone 519-###-#### after 5pm,
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.31.]

Gordon Husk is running a series of summer gay retreats including ‘Coming Out and Staying Out’ and ‘Sexuality’ and also one for ‘Gay Couples’. More information call: ###-####
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.53.]

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1999, July 9 (Friday) * Club Renaissance : 6th Anniversary Party

Club Renaissance 6th Anniversary Party featuring the indomitable Renaissance Girls and guests. Club Renaissance is located at 24 Charles Street West (Kitchener) across from the KW Bus Terminal.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.31.]

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1999, July 9 (Friday) - July 11 (Sunday) * IMRU Community Vision Theatre: Out of Order

‘Out of Order’, at 7 pm, a collaborative play presented by IMRU Community Vision Theatre. Original theatre, music, dance and visual imagery explores issues such as poverty, racism, violence & homophobia using both drama and comedy. Performance dates are Friday July 9 to Sunday July 11, & Wednesday July 14 to Saturday July 17. All performances at 7 pm except 3 pm on Sunday July 11. There is no admission fee (just pass the hat after the performance) but tickets must be arranged in advance by calling ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.31.]

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1999, July 9 (Friday) - July 11 (Sunday) * Gay Weekend Retreat: Sexuality

“Lake Huron. Gay Retreats. Balanced discussion & play in secluded, intimate, clothing optional centre near sandy beaches... Gay Men Weekends ... Sexuality - July 9-11.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.51.]

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1999, July 9 (Friday) - July 18 (Sunday) * Pride in the Capital

Ottawa. Pride Day ‑ Sunday July 11 ‑ Parade 2:00pm There are a great number of events taking place from Friday July 9 to Sunday July 18th when things wrap up with a street dance. http://www.gayottawa.com/ottawa-pride/”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.29.]

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1999, July 11 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church: An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 11 (Sunday) * AWARE K-W

Sundays. AWARE K-W is a Christian gay-positive group with roots in the Christian Reformed Church. They meet every second Sunday evening of each month. For more information, call Gary #####@#######.### at ###-####, or Fred at ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 13 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 14 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call ACCKWA at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 14 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Information: ###-####. http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow Coming Out Group = G1 Advanced Group = AG Glow Scheduled Topics For July Wednesday July 14: G 1:Role Playing in Relationships AG 2: Gaydar
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 14 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays ... GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 14 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesdays ... Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 14 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life : Addiction Support Group

Wednesdays ... Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 14 (Wednesday) - July 17 (Saturday) * IMRU Community Vision Theatre: Out of Order

‘Out of Order’, at 7 pm, a collaborative play presented by IMRU Community Vision Theatre. Original theatre, music, dance and visual imagery explores issues such as poverty, racism, violence & homophobia using both drama and comedy. Performance dates are Friday July 9 to Sunday July 11, & Wednesday July 14 to Saturday July 17. All performances at 7 pm except 3 pm on Sunday July 11. There is no admission fee (just pass the hat after the performance) but tickets must be arranged in advance by calling ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.31.]

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1999, July 16 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.49.]

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1999, July 16 (Friday) * Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (Waterloo/Wellington): Meeting

PFLAG (Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) meet at 8:00 pm. call Evie at ###-#### (Kitchener) or Sue at (519) ###-#### (Cambridge)
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.31.]

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1999, July 16 (Friday) * Rainbow Chorus : Dance

Rainbow Chorus Dance at 9:00 pm, 611 Silvercreek Parkway in Guelph. For more information, call Cory at ###-####, or Robert at ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.31.]

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1999, July 17 (Saturday) * Lesbian Golf Association : 7th Annual Open

“7th Annual Lesbian Golf Association Open Any golfers out there looking for a game with 143 other women? It's happening at 2:00 pm shotgun start, Hunter's Glen Golf Club, Kleinburg. That's at Hwy #50 and #7, north of Pearson Airport. Cost of $83 includes green fees, cart and BBQ dinner by the pool. This is a fundraiser for breast cancer research. Golfers of all skill levels welcome. Let us know you are interested ASAP! E-mail Janet at ######@#####.##, or phone 416-###-#### ext. ####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.31.]

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1999, 18 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church: An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 18 (Sunday) * Women Out Opening Doors Socially : Canoeing & BBQ

WOODS Open* Event: Canoeing & BBQ at 1:00 pm. This event will be held at Laurel Creek Conservation Area in Waterloo. Please meet at the main gate off Westmount Rd. at 1:00 PM SHARP! (Women only)”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.31.]

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1999, July 20 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 21 (Wednesday) * Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group We meet every first and third Wednesday of each month. Meetings start at 6:30 pm. Call us for more details: 905-###-####, or toll-free 1-888-###-#### or email ####@#########.### http://www.gomorrahs.com
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 21 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call ACCKWA at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 21 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Information: ###-####. http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow Coming Out Group = G1 Advanced Group = AG Glow Scheduled Topics For July ... Wednesday July 21: G 1: Marriage and Parenting AG: Movie Night: ‘Lilies’
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 21 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays ... GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 21 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesdays ... Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 21 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life : Addiction Support Group

Wednesdays ... Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 22 (Thursday) * Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group

Thursdays. Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group: If you are post-op or pre-op transsexual or are dealing with gender dysphoria, come join this bi-weekly peer support group. Meetings begin February 4, 1999 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm and will continue bi-weekly thereafter. Meetings will be held at the Hamilton AIDS Network, 512 James St. N. For further details, please call (905)###-#### or e-mail Janet at: #####@########.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 23 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.49.]

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1999, July 23 (Friday) - July 25 (Sunday) * 3rd Annual Women's Voices Festival

3rd Annual Women's Voices Festival, July 23-25, at the Bean Town Ranch, Plantagenet, Ontario. A celebration of music, comedy & art. Created by women for women. Over 700 women in '98! $50 for a Camper VIP Pass; $25 for a Two-Day Pass; $18 for a One-Day Pass. Kids under 16 get in free; boys must be 10 or under to attend festival. Festival Hotline: 613-###-####. Website: womensvoices.on.ca. To volunteer, call Chris t 613-###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.31.]

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1999, July 23 (Friday) - July 25 (Sunday) * Gay Weekend Retreat: Couples Only

“Lake Huron. Gay Retreats. Balanced discussion & play in secluded, intimate, clothing optional centre near sandy beaches... Gay Men Weekends ... Couples Only - July 23-25.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.51.]

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1999, July 25 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church: An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.” [NOTE: The location was Guelph.]
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 27 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 28 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call ACCKWA at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 28 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Information: ###-####. http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow Coming Out Group = G1 Advanced Group = AG Glow Scheduled Topics For July ... Wednesday July 28: G 1: Breaking Up: Dealing With Ex's in a Small Community AG: Building Relationships
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 28 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays ... GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 28 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesdays ... Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 28 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life : Addiction Support Group

Wednesdays ... Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.30.]

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1999, July 30 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, July 9, Volume 1, Issue 10, p.49.]

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1999, August 1 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church: An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 2 (Monday) - August 9 (Monday) * Priscilla Queen of the North Tour

“The Priscilla Queen of the North Tour is ready to tour Ontario! We'll be going for a week and visit the Souix, North Bay, Saulte Ste. Marie, Souix Look Out, Cornwall, and Ottawa from August 2nd-9th. We still have a few openings for this trip! If you are interested in travelling with LGBTOUT contact out tour coorindator, Julia, at 416-###-####. To get involved contact LGBTOUT (Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, and Transgendered of the University of Toronto), 73 St. George Street, Rm. 133, Toronto, Ont., M5S 2E5, 416-###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.30.]

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1999, August 3 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 4 (Wednesday) * Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group We meet every first and third Wednesday of each month. Meetings start at 6:30 pm. Call us for more details: 905-###-####, or toll-free 1-888-###-#### or email ####@#########.### http://www.gomorrahs.com
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 4 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call ACCKWA at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 4 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Information: ###-####. http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow August 4-‘Queer History /Queer Pride’ Glow's Second Discussion Group's Topics for August are TBA.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 4 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays ... GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 4 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesdays ... Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 4 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life : Addiction Support Group

Wednesdays. Women For Sobriety Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 5 (Thursday) * Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group

Thursdays. Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group: If you are post-op or pre-op transsexual or are dealing with gender dysphoria, come join this bi-weekly peer support group. Meetings begin February 4, 1999 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm and will continue bi-weekly thereafter. Meetings will be held at the Hamilton AIDS Network, 512 James St. N. For further details, please call (905) ###-#### or e-mail Janet at: #####@########.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 6 (Friday) - August 8 (Sunday) * Gay Weekend Retreat: Coming Out

“Lake Huron. Gay Retreats. Balanced discussion & play in secluded, intimate, clothing optional centre near sandy beaches... Gay Men Weekends ... Coming Out - August 6-8.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.51.]

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1999, August 6 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.29.]

1999, August 7 (Saturday) * Gayfest '99

“Gayfest '99 (Formerly called ‘GayDay at Canada's Wonderland’) Ontario AIDS Network is now hosting this event at Paramount Canada's Wonderland on August 7th, 10 am to 11 pm. This charity fundraiser is also supporting the Windsor AIDS Committee and Tickets will be $32. You may get more informatio from Ontario AIDS Network at 416-###-####, or web page: www.travelgay.com or email #########@######.##
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.30.]

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1999, August 8 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church: An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 8 (Sunday) * AWARE K-W

Sundays ... AWARE K-W is a Christian gay-positive group with roots in the Christian Reformed Church. They meet every second Sunday evening of each month. For more information, call Gary (#####@#######.###) at ###-####, or Fred at ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 10 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 11 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call ACCKWA at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 11 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Information: ###-####. http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow August 11-‘Crushes and Infatuations’ Glow's Second Discussion Group's Topics for August are TBA.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 11 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays ... GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 11 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesdays ... Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 11 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life : Addiction Support Group

Wednesdays. Women For Sobriety Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 12 (Thursday) * LGBTOUT Queer Activist Conference

“LGBTOUT Queer Activist Conference at 5 pm at SAC offices at 12 Hart House Circle, University of Toronto. We are interested in organizing a conference relation to Queer Student Issues. Contact info to #### ## ######@###.########.## (Rick) and #####@###.### (Bonte).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.30.]

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1999, August 13 (Friday) * Out & About Queer Radio - Last Broadcast

“New Look... Out & About Queer Radio. Same Great Taste! Fridays at 9:30 p.m. ... CKWR FM 98.5.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.29.]

“The Out and About Queer Radio Show has left CKWR FM 98.5. The last broadcast of their show aired Friday August 13, 1999.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.4.]

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1999, August 14 (Saturday) * Leather Ball 5

“Leather Ball 5 at The Waterhouse, 10pm - 6am, at The Guvemment Complex, 132 Queens Quay E, Toronto. Leather/Denim dress code in effect. Free shuttle bus: pick up at corner of Church & Maitland. Special feature performers: Jared Wright & Corey Jay (stars of Falcon Video's Link To Link). Tickets are $25 in advance; $30 at the door. Ticket outlets: Priape Toronto, Website: www.leatherball.com
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.30.]

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1999, August 15 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church: An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 17 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 17 (Tuesday) * AIDS WALK : Pre-Walk Registration Launch & BBQ

“Pre-Walk Registration Launch & BBQ at Victoria Park, Kitchener starting at 2 pm. This is to facilitate the registration and pledge forms processing for the AIDS Walk Day on September 26, as well as to socialize with a BBQ, music and entertainment. Hosted by ACCKWA: The AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo and Area, 85 Frederick St., Kitchener N2H 2L5. Phone: (519) ###-####. Toll-Free: (888) ###-####. Fax (519) ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.30.]

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1999, August 18 (Wednesday) * Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group We meet every first and third Wednesday of each month. Meetings start at 6:30 pm. Call us for more details: 905-###-####, or toll-free 1-888-###-#### or email ####@#########.### http://www.gomorrahs.com
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 18 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call ACCKWA at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 18 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays. GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Information: ###-####. http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow August 18- ‘Same-Sex Couples’ Glow's Second Discussion Group's Topics for August are TBA.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 18 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays. GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 18 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesdays. Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 18 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life : Addiction Support Group

Wednesdays. Women For Sobriety Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 19 (Thursday) * Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group

Thursdays. Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group: If you are post-op or pre-op transsexual or are dealing with gender dysphoria, come join this bi-weekly peer support group. Meetings begin February 4, 1999 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm and will continue bi-weekly thereafter. Meetings will be held at the Hamilton AIDS Network, 512 James St. N. For further details, please call (905)###-#### or e-mail Janet at: #####@########.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 20 (Friday) * Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (Waterloo/Wellington): Meeting

“PFLAG (Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) meet at 8:00 pm. PFLAG is a support group for people who are learning to understand and come to terms with the sexual orientation of family members or friends in a confidential and supportive atmosphere. For the location of the meeting and more information, call Evie at ###-#### (Kitchener) or Sue at (519) ###-#### (Cambridge) or email them at #####@#######.##.##
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.30.]

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1999, August 20 (Friday) - August 22 (Sunday) * Gay Weekend Retreat: Open Topics

“Lake Huron. Gay Retreats. Balanced discussion & play in secluded, intimate, clothing optional centre near sandy beaches... Gay Men Weekends ... Open Topics - August 20-22.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, June 4, Volume 1, Issue 9, p.51.]

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1999, August 22 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church: An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 22 (Sunday) * Gay Bowling

GAY BOWLING Free Bowling Party at 3:30 pm at the Brunswick Frederick Plaza Lanes, 385 Frederick Street, Kitchener (behind Frederick Mall Plaza). This event includes 3 games of TEN PIN BOWLING, shoe rental and munchies, ALL FREE!! (Drinks are not included.) We are trying to start a gay ten-pin bowling league. This winter league would run from September 12 until approximately April. Bowling will take place on Sunday afternoons at 3:30 pm. We would eventually, depending on interest, become members of IGBO (international Gay Bowling Organization). No tickets are required, just show up ready to play! Contacts: Phil V########## at ###-#### ########@######.###; Brunswick Bowl; Darlene U#### ###-#### (more info re league on page 13)
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.30.]

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1999, August 24 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 25 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call ACCKWA at (519) ###-#### (Kitchener).”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 25 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays. GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group explores issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Information: ###-####. http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow August 25- ‘Peer Groups’ Glow's Second Discussion Group's Topics for August are TBA.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 25 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays. GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 25 (Wednesday) * Wednesday Pride

Wednesdays. Wednesday Pride at the Spiral Club, an evening for the queer positive, transgendered, lesbian and gay community. Spiral Club is at 122 Woolwich St., Guelph, ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 25 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life : Addiction Support Group

Wednesdays. Women For Sobriety Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 29 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church: An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road. Call the Rainbow MCC at 519-###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, August 31 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, September ... (...) * Hamilton Pride : Committee Seeks Volunteers

Hamilton Pride - A Celebration of Hamilton's Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered Community - needs people in the community to sit on our Executive Committee and hardworking and dedicated volunteers. Our Exec will be nominated and voted on by the end of September and the planning meetings shall start by mid-October. Email us at: #############@#####.####8221;
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.30.]

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1999, September 1 (Wednesday) * Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group We meet every first and third Wednesday of each month. Meetings start at 6:30 pm. Call us for more details: 905-###-####, or toll-free 1-888-###-#### or email ####@#########.### http://www.gomorrahs.com
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 1 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call ACCKWA at (519) ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 1 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life : Addiction Support Group

Wednesdays. Women For Sobriety Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 1 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays ... GLOW's (2) Coming Out Discussion Groups explore issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Information: ###-####. http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow ... Glow's Second Discussion Group's Topics for September are TBA.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, September 1 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays ... GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 2 (Thursday) * Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group (FTM-MTF)

Thursdays. Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group (FTM-MTF) Post-op, Pre-op Transsexuals and others dealing with their Gender Dysphoria. Come talk with other like yourself. Lending support and references on Gender Identity Disorder. A biweekly group held Thursdays from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p. m. at 512 James St. N. Hamilton. Phone number (905)###-#### Ext.## Email- #####@########.### Web Site- http://geocities.com/WestHollywood/cafe/g8922”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 3 * GLOW: UW Imprint Column Outlook

UW student Nigel Flear begins contributing weekly articles to Imprint in a column called Outlook. Nigel also serves as coordinator for GLOW for three terms.
[source: Nigel Flear.]

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1999, September 5 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church: An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road. The new interim Pastor is Gessica Bell. The new number to call the Rainbow MCC at is: 519-###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 7 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 8 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call ACCKWA at (519) ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine,

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1999, September 8 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life : Addiction Support Group

Wednesdays. Women For Sobriety Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 8 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays. GLOW's (2) Coming Out Discussion Groups explore issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Information: ###-####. http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow Sept 8: ‘What I Did Over the Summer’ ... Glow's Second Discussion Group's Topics for September are TBA.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, September 8 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays. GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 10 (Friday) * Rainbow Chorus : Dance

The Rainbow Chorus: is having a dance. The Dance starts at 9pm and is being held at 611 Sivercreek Parkway North, in Guelph. Admission is $5.00”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.30.]

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1999, September 12 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church: An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road. The new interim Pastor is Gessica Bell. The new number to call the Rainbow MCC at is: 519-###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 12 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church ; 5th Anniversary Potluck Dinner

The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church of Guelph announces: THE FIFTH ANNIVERSARY SUNDAY; September 12, 1999 with Potluck dinner, service and fun at 5:30 p.m. - St Matthias Church 171Kortright Rd W. Guelph (519)###-#### Guelph (519)###-#### K/W, Cam.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.30.]

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1999, September 12 (Sunday) * AWARE K-W

Sundays. AWARE K-W: is a Christian gay-positive group with roots in the Christian Reformed Church. They meet every second Sunday evening of each month. For more information, call Gary (#####@#######.###) at ###-####, or Fred at ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 12 * Friends of Dorothy Bowling League Founded

Diane Kilby prepared a document on the history of the Friends of Dorothy Bowling League from its inception on September 12, 1999 to the end of Season 6 on May 15, 2005. The document contains the names of most participants in any given season, the team names, and also various events sponsored by the League. Some of that information is included in this chronology. We begin with information on the first season. “Season 1: 1999-2000. League Founded by Phil Vandermolen who acted as league executive for most of the year. The first full elected executive would be in Season 2. 1st day of league bowling: September 12, 1999. Season: September 12, 1999 to June 2, 2000. 1st bowling in January was January 9, 2000.” The league began with two teams: Right Up Dorothy's Alley and Pink Tornadoes. Later that year, 3 more teams were added: Alley Divas, Gutter Girls, and Toto's Revenge, for a total of 5 teams and 22 bowlers. During the first season, on May 13, 2000 there was a charity fundraising tournament. At the close of the season, on June 10, 2000, there was a Bowling Banquet at a member's home.
[source: a document written by Diane Kilby on the history of the Friends of Dorothy Bowling League from 1999-2005 (Jim Parrott has a copy).]

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1999, September 14 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 15 (Wednesday) * Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Hamilton Coming Out Proud Discussion Group We meet every first and third Wednesday of each month. Meetings start at 6:30 pm. Call us for more details: 905-###-####, or toll-free 1-888-###-#### or email ####@#########.### http://www.gomorrahs.com
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 15 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call ACCKWA at (519) ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 15 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life : Addiction Support Group

Wednesdays. Women For Sobriety Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 15 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays. GLOW's (2) Coming Out Discussion Groups explore issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Information: ###-####. http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow Sept 15: ‘Coming Out to Yourself’ ... Glow's Second Discussion Group's Topics for September are TBA.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, September 15 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays. GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 16 (Thursday) * Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group (FTM-MTF)

Thursdays. Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group (FTM-MTF) Post-op, Pre-op Transsexuals and others dealing with their Gender Dysphoria. Come talk with other like yourself. Lending support and references on Gender Identity Disorder. A biweekly group held Thursdays from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p. m. at 512 James St. N. Hamilton. Phone number (905)###-#### Ext.## Email- #####@########.### Web Site- http://geocities.com/WestHollywood/cafe/g8922”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 17 (Friday) * AIDS Walk Canada 99 : $50,000 Golf Tournament

$50,000 Golf Tournament On Friday, September 17, 1999, ACCKWA will have its First Annual AIDS Walk Canada 99 Golf Tournament at Beaverdale Golf Club with a chance for a $50,000 Hole-In-One prize. Complimentary power carts, snacks after 9 holes, N.Y. Steak dinner after 18 holes, free golf ball and bag of tees. Tickets are $90 with a $50 charitable tax receipt. There is a shotgun start at 1:00 pm. Play your own game format and singles, pairs and 4-somes welcome. Contact any staff of ACCKWA for more information.
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.Back Cover.]

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1999, September 17 (Friday) * AIDS Walk Canada 99 : $50,000 Golf Tournament

“ with a chance for a $50,000 Hole-In-One prize! Complimentary power carts, snack after 9 holes, N.Y. Steak dinner after 18 holes, free golf ball and bag of tees. Tickets are $90 with a $50 charitable tax receipt. There is a shotgun start at 1:00 pm. Play your own game format and singles, pairs and 4-somes welcome. Contact Dan or Sandy D. at ACCKWA: Phone (519)###-####, Toll-Free (888)###-###. Fax: (519) ###-#### to register or to sign up as a volunteer.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.30.]

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1999, September 17 (Friday) * Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (Waterloo/Wellington): Meeting

PFLAG (Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) meet at 8:00 pm. PFLAG is a support group for people who are learning to understand and come to terms with the sexual orientation of family members or friends in a confidential and supportive atmosphere. For the location of the meeting and more information, call Evie at ###-#### (Kitchener) or Sue at (519) ###-#### (Cambridge) or email them at #####@#######.##.##
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.30.]

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1999, September 19 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church: An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road. The new interim Pastor is Gessica Bell. The new number to call the Rainbow MCC at is: 519-###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 21 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 22 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call ACCKWA at (519) ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 22 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life : Addiction Support Group

Wednesdays. Women For Sobriety Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 22 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays. GLOW's (2) Coming Out Discussion Groups explore issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Information: ###-####. http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow Sept 22: ‘Coming Out to Others’ ... Glow's Second Discussion Group's Topics for September are TBA.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, September 22 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays. GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 23 (Thursday) * Take Back the Night March

“Take Back The Night at 6:30 pm. The March starts at the Clock Tower in Victoria Park, Kitchener and ends at Kitchener City Hall's Rotunda. The March is for ALL WOMEN in Waterloo Region who are concerned about violence against women. Call Illiana at ###-#### for more information.
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.30.]

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1999, September 25 (Saturday) * Waterloo-Wellington Region Pride Committee Meeting

“Waterloo-Wellington Region Pride Committee Meeting at 11 am. Location: Conference Room, Davis Centre Library, University of Waterloo. Inquiries can be directed to the RPC at: ###@#######.##.## http://www.rainbow.on.ca/pride2000/
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.30.]

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1999, September 26 (Sunday) * Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church

Sundays. The Rainbow Metropolitan Community Church: An LGBT-friendly Community Church. Services take place each Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Matthias Anglican, 171 Kortright Road. The new interim Pastor is Gessica Bell. The new number to call the Rainbow MCC at is: 519-###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 26 (Sunday) * AIDS Walk Canada 99

AIDS WALK CANADA 99 On Sunday September 26, 1999, you will once again have the opportunity to make a powerful and lasting statement about your commitment to the fight against HIV/AIDS. On that day, more than 500 people will gather in Victoria Park, Kitchener for Waterloo Region's Seventh Annual AIDS Walk Canada 99. We invite you to participate in this 10-k fundraising walk benefiting the AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo and Area (ACCKWA) by forming a walk team of students, teachers, family and/or friends. We are part of AIDS WALK CANADA 99, a national fundraising initiative in support of AIDS service organizations across the country! Funds are urgently needed for AIDS prevention, education and support serivces in our community. All proceeds from AIDS WALK CANADA 99 will directly benefit ACCKWA to provide much need services to men, women and children infected and /or affected by HIV/AIDS here in Waterloo Region. Your pledges will help ensure that ACCKWA can continue to deliver front-line AIDS prevention and education programs. On Tuesday, Aug. 17, 1999 you are invited to a Pre-Walk Registration Launch and BBQ, Victoria Park, Kitchener starting at 2:00 p.m. This is to facilitate the registration and pledge forms processing for Walk Day on Sept. 26 as well as to socialize with a BBQ music and entertainment.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.Back Cover.]

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1999, September 26 (Sunday) * AIDS Walk Canada 99

AIDS WALK CANADA 99 On Sunday September 26, 1999, you will once again have the opportunity to make a powerful and lasting statement about your commitment to the fight against HIV/AIDS. On that day, more than 500 people will gather in Victoria Park, Kitchener for Waterloo Region's Seventh Annual AIDS Walk Canada 99. We invite you to participate in this 10-k fundraising walk benefiting the AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo and Area (ACCKWA) by forming a walk team of students, teachers, family and/or friends. We are part of AIDS WALK CANADA 99, a national fundraising initiative in support of AIDS service organizations across the country! Funds are urgently needed for AIDS prevention, education and support services in our community. All proceeds from AIDS WALK CANADA 99 will directly benefit ACCKWA to provide much needed services to men, women and children infected and /or affected by HIV/AIDS here in Waterloo Region. Your pledges will help ensure that ACCKWA can continue to deliver front-line AIDS prevention and education programs.” A registration form that could be mailed or dropped off was included in the event advertisement
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.53.]

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1999, September 26 (Sunday) * AIDS Walk Canada 99 (Kitchener)

AIDS Walk Canada 99 (Kitchener) Waterloo Region's 7th Annual AIDS Walk Canada 99. 10 kilometre fundraising walk benefiting (ACCKWA) (519) ###-####. Toll-Free: (888) ###-####”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.30.]

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1999, September 26 (Sunday) * AIDS Walk Canada 99 (Guelph)

AIDS Walk Canada 99 (Guelph) The 1999 AIDS Walk Guelph starts and ends at City Hall in Guelph. Registration begins at 10:30 am. The Walk begins at 12 noon. The event includes a Street Festival and Prizes! Register today! To register, call (519) ###-#### or email: #################@#####.###
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.30.]

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1999, September 28 (Tuesday) * Guelph Queer Equality (GQE)

Tuesdays. Guelph Queer Equality (GQE) meets every Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in UC536, the University Centre's Mature Student Lounge at the University of Guelph. Contact GQE at: ###@########.## for details.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 29 (Wednesday) * ACCKWA Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth Discussion Group

Wednesdays. Youth Discussion Group: A group for people aged 16-25, sponsored by ACCKWA and held in Waterloo, 7:00-9:00 pm. To join, or for more information, call ACCKWA at (519) ###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 29 (Wednesday) * Create a New Life : Addiction Support Group

Wednesdays. Women For Sobriety Create a New Life: a drug & alcohol addiction support group for gay women meets Wednesdays, 7pm to 8:30pm, Oasis Club, 146 Wyndham St., Guelph. Create a New Life provides a safe and confidential place for women to share their struggles with drugs and alcohol addictions. For more info, call Marilyn at (519)###-####.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 29 (Wednesday) * GLOW Coming Out Discussion Group

Wednesdays. GLOW's (2) Coming Out Discussion Groups explore issues in sexual orientation; Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 7:30-9:00 pm. Information: ###-####. http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/clubs/glow Sept 29: ‘Coming Out to Parents and Other Relatives’ ... Glow's Second Discussion Group's Topics for September are TBA.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, August 1, Volume 1, Issue 11, p.28.]

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1999, September 29 (Wednesday) * GLOW Social

Wednesdays. GLOW Social: a social evening in Hagey Hall Rms. 373/378, University of Waterloo, 9:00-11:00 pm.”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, September 30 (Thursday) * Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group (FTM-MTF)

Thursdays. Hamilton Transsexual Peer Support Group (FTM-MTF) Post-op, Pre-op Transsexuals and others dealing with their Gender Dysphoria. Come talk with other like yourself. Lending support and references on Gender Identity Disorder. A biweekly group held Thursdays from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p. m. at 512 James St. N. Hamilton. Phone number (905)###-#### Ext.## Email- #####@########.### Web Site- http://geocities.com/WestHollywood/cafe/g8922”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.28.]

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1999, November 12 (Friday) * Judy Small in Concert

“Let the Rainbow Shine: Judy Small Out & Proud! The New CD On Sale Now! JUDY SMALL IN CONCERT! ‘...one of contemporary folk music's finest female performers...she proved to be a thoroughly engaging, powerful, clever and wisecracking stage personality ...’ Susan Wilson FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1999 8:00 P.M. EMMANUAL UNITED CHURCH 22 BRIDGEPORT ROAD WEST, WATERLOO PHONE ORDER TICKETS; 519-###-#### (THE ELORA FESTIVAL BOX OFFICE; VISA/MC WELCOME) General Admission Tickets $15 (advance); $18 (door). On sale in Waterloo at Words Worth Books (100 King Street South). Judy Small will be performing songs from her two new CDs, LET The RAINBOW SHINE and NEVER TURNING BACK: A RETROSPECTIVE. LET THE RAINBOW SHINE is on sale at Words Worth Books. It is also available directly from MJA/MJG Productions. Both CDs will be on sale at Judy's Waterloo concert. More information on Judy Small and the new CDs (including soundclips) can be found at the JUDY SMALL WATERLOO CONCERT WEBSITE: http;//www.sentex.net/~mja/indexjs.html Sponsored by: MJA/MJG Concert Productions (www.sentex.net/~mja). E-mail: mja@sntex.net”
[source: The Voice Magazine, 1999, September 3, Volume 1, Issue 12, p.Back Cover.]

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