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The Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies at University College, University of Toronto offers an undergraduate program, a collaborative graduate program, hosts academic and community events, and promotes research into sexuality. It is a hub forging connections among faculty, students, and community members interested in questions about how we understand sexual diversity and sexual practices.
For more information about the program, click here http://www.uc.utoronto.ca/sexualdiversity
To make a donation, click here http://www.uc.utoronto.ca/support-sexual-diversity-studies
Both Fashion Design and Fashion Communication are taught at Ryerson School of Fashion. Ryerson is an international leader in fashion education; the School of Fashion’s programs are academically and artistically demanding. They address fashion as an art, as a business and as an intellectual challenge. Through global initiatives, exchange agreements and membership in the International Foundation of Fashion Technology Institutes (IFFTI), Ryerson’s School of Fashion is counted as one of the top fashion undergraduate schools worldwide.
For more information about the programs, click here http://ryersonfashion.ca
Fanshawe College in London, Ontario offers a Fashion Design three-year co-operative Ontario College Advanced Diploma program providing professional career-directed training in the development, production management and marketing of apparel design. Through classroom theory, lecture, lab work, field trips and work term experience, skills are applied. This program was founded over 40 years ago and is dedicated to educating and nurturing aspiring Canadian fashion designers. It has evolved into a highly respected program and has graduated many successful students.
For more information about the program, click here www.fanshawec.ca/fashion
The 519 has been working with our neighbours and our LGBTQ communities to build healthy, welcoming spaces to meet, participate and celebrate together. With the support of our Board and staff team, our communities identify and implement solutions to emerging issues through award-winning programs and services, and with the leadership of volunteers, over 150 community-led programs provide peer support, social, recreational, arts and cultural opportunities in our public meeting spaces. www.the519.org