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A school board trustee in British Columbia is vowing to stay in his job, despite calls that he resign over controversial remarks he made about LGBTQ issues.
Tempers rose at a school board meeting in Chilliwack, B.C., as dozens of parents showed up to demand answers about a trustee who has made controversial remarks about transgender students.
The new president of Quebec’s largest women’s organization is defending her leadership after critics said, as a transgender woman, she was unfit for the job.
Jessica Platt, a 28-year-old Toronto Furies defenceman, has become the first openly transgender athlete to compete in the Canadian Women's Hockey League.
The U.S. Justice Department is putting its attempt to ban transgender military recruits on hold.
A transgender woman said in a lawsuit Wednesday that she was called "it" and "thing" by co-workers and then wrongfully fired from a North Carolina Sam's Club store after repeatedly complaining about harassment.
Ontario will officially mark Nov. 20 as an annual Trans Day of Remembrance as all parties agreed to pass legislation Tuesday.
Transgender recruits will be allowed to enlist in the military beginning Jan. 1, the Pentagon said Monday, as U.S. President Donald Trump's ordered ban suffered another legal setback.
The federal government is asking a judge to put on hold a requirement that it begin allowing transgender people to enlist in the military on Jan. 1.
Gabrielle Bouchard has been named the first trans woman to lead Quebec's main women's advocacy federation.
Ontario New Democrat MPP Cheri DiNovo is calling for Nov. 20 to be enshrined in law as an annual Trans Day of Remembrance.