Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives (CLGA) Capital Improvements

Culture and history is significant. It tells the story of where we have been in order to contextualize and understand our current realities. A significant cultural site, and the largest LGBTQ+ archive in the world, tells the unique story of Toronto has a global landing place for LGBTQ+ community and provides accessible programming and access to never-before-seen archives of LGTBQ+ history and political movement.

With the advocacy and support of the community, we invested section 37 funds to allow CLGA to make their space at 34 Isabella Street fully accessible. Upon completion, this national treasure will meet AODA requirements and be accessible to all visitors.

Culture and history is significant. It tells the story of where we have been in order to contextualize and understand our current realities. A significant cultural site, and the largest LGBTQ+ archive in the world, tells the unique story of Toronto has a global landing place for LGBTQ+ community and provides accessible programming and access to never-before-seen archives of LGTBQ+ history and political movement.

Phone: 416-392-7903
Constituency Office: 100 Queen St W A5, Toronto, ON, M5H 2N2