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Celebrating Pride During a Pandemic

There's nothing more iconic about Pride month than the various parades throughout the province. But what happens when those public celebrations have been cancelled? Northwestern Ontario Hub journalist Jon Thompson talks about how Fort Frances is adapting Pride activities to pandemic circumstances, and the importance of supporting the LGBTQ populations in Ontario's smaller and rural communities.
June 5, 2020 - 6:54

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