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Daorcey Le Bray Aug 31
Really pleased with my new button.
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Thomas A. Lukaszuk Sep 3
. great event! Awesome attendance! 1 MLA, 3 candidates and 5 supporters. With this attendance, you can hold such events in your closet.
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Mimi Williams Sep 2
Seriously, & claiming to celebrate by holding a breakfast away from the actual celebrations is akin to me yelling my sins at a closed synagogue & claiming I've been to confession at Catholic church.
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Mimi Williams Sep 4
After skipping used a RMR still for their Labour Day greetings. This is so ironic and hilarious I can't even. I mean, do they know he's gay?
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Graham Mosimann Sep 2
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Mimi Williams Sep 3
Perhaps the Flames don't have a well-documented history of bigotry. Regardless, UPC's application to march was denied; there was nothing at all preventing their attendance. FTR 80,000 people showed up to parade w/out an engraved invitation.
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Progress Alberta Sep 2
The grand marshals of this year’s parade were the students of Calgary and area GSAs. Kids you and your party want to out before they’re ready. We won’t forget.
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Calgary Flames Sep 2
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Druh Farrell Sep 2
Calgary at its finest.
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Mike Morrison 🏳️‍🌈 Sep 3
. could have attended any event. I invited him personally to many of them. He could have met with LGTBQ organizations. Instead, he held his own "pride" event, five blocks away from the parade and never brought up his party's anti-LGTBQ policies. He's a coward.
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hippersons, won’t shut up about pottery Aug 7
Can’t wait for the pride event. I want to ask Kenney why, if participating in is important to him, did he *never* participate in it any of the 9 years he was a Calgary MP?
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Staci Levesque Sep 2
Happy Pride from our family to yours ❤️❤️❤️.
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Kevin Kent Sep 2
Riding my bike in the Pride parade today made me so proud of my city. I’ve been an ally to the movement since the late 80’s and it was very emotional seeing how far we have come as a society. What an incredible day.
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Anne-Marie Huizing Sep 2
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Kyle Morrow Sep 1
Today, Premier announced that PrEP (a medicine used to reduce the transmission of HIV) will be made available to all, regardless of their ability to pay. Thank-you!
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DaVeitchie Sep 2
The has posted a video from its event on Facebook and reviews from party supporters are coming in! Mmm, will Jason show leadership, chime in and push back? (And please don't ask me what pride has to do with abortion.)
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Richard Einarson 🏳️‍🌈 Sep 1
Rachel Notley is a true supporter of LGTBQ people. She’s been with our community for decades, long before it was the easy thing to do politically. And now she’s our Premier. That’s something to be proud of, Alberta.
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The Reaper's Wife Sep 1
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Allison Currie Sep 2
I was on corner of 6 ave SW & 3 ST SW watching alone. A man aggressively looked me up and down, making me uncomfortable. A member of walked across and stood just beside me. It was so appreciated. Thank you.
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Brett Shearer Sep 2
One day I hope to stand in front of the province with as much pride and energy as you give this province! thanks for being an ally and an outstanding premier!
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