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The very best boutique hotel in the gay toronto, is without
a doubt theDrake
Hotel Clean rooms, Efficient staff, Wonderful
events, Courteous service with a smile and, Best supporter of the local queer
community" Designed with the art
lover in mind, the bohemian boutique hotel offers 19 refurbished rooms, a state-of-the-art
underground performance space, a European-inspired lounge, a raw/sushi bar,
a cozy neighbourhood cafe, a licensed rooftop patio and a yoga studio and spa
treatment room. Very gay friendly. 1150 Queen Street W Phone:
416-531-5042 Fax: 416-531-9493Trinity Bellwoods, Art &
Design District Queer West Village Toronto, Ontario.
Old Mill Inn and
Spa - 21 Old Mill Rd Toronto (Old Mill Subway Station, on the Bloor
Street line) Reservations 1-866-653-6455 Hotel number 416-236-2611. This magnificent
59 room 4 star boutique luxury hotel, originally build in 1793 as the King's
Mill, is truly a historic country retreat located in the city. Located along
the banks of the Humber River nestled in the picturesque Humber Valley parklands,
it is coveniently only minutes from both downtown Toronto and Pearson International
Airport. Distinctly decorated meeting and banquet rooms provides flexibility
for groups from 8-800 with many rooms featuring wood burning fireplaces and
walkout patios to stunning gardens. Room rates start at $189. Queer West Toronto,
Thompson Hotel. A priceyboutique hotel
on 550 Wellington St ikn the Queer West Village. There are few bad reviews on
Yelp. Unruly security guards looked like they just finished a shift as a club
bouncer and treat guests like club goers. The place is like a frat house with
thin walls and heavy slamming doors, you hear doors slamming all night long.
Mark S, from Hollywood California said With sweeping views - from Lake Ontario
to the skyline - it's hard not to fall in love with Toronto when you visit the
rooftop. A walk around the 16th-floor terrace always gives me goosebumps; the
full 360 view of Toronto is quite magnificent. It's not quite in the downtown
core, but certainly within a reasonable walking distance, or you can hop on
the King streetcar.Thompson Lobby Lounge provides a chilled ambiance with its
top 40/ easy listening resident dj spinning some tune in the background. For
those that are cash-strapped, this place can get quite pricey. Late check out
is 2 p.m.Rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows and sumptious bedding, Large bathrooms
with heated floors and Tocca toiletries Large, sleek, bright fitness center,
Yoga studio offers range of classes, Renowned dining at Scarpetta, casual fare
at Thompson Diner, Rooftop patio is a major nightlife draw and has stunning
view of the city at night. Thompson Hotel, 550 Wellington St W (Between Spadina
Avenue and Bathurst St.), Queer West Village Toronto, ON (416) 640-7778 http://www.thompsonhotels.com/hotels/thompson-toronto
Toronto Townhouse - 384 Clinton Street. Toll Free in North America (except Toronto) 1.877.500.0466 Local & outside north America 416.323.8898 Gay friendly. Proud winners of a Toronto Tourism Award in 1999 and 2000. Your Hosts: Frank & Tan. Email us at email@example.com This is one of two Townhouses we own, and located in The Annex neighbourhood.Queer West Toronto, Ontario.
Another Story Bookshop. Open September 2005. The magazine rack contains
good selection of gay and lesbian publications. Community poster board near
front door. Two or three shelves of GLBT resources books and generous selection
of gay and lesbian fiction. It's a rather big bookstore specializing in books
on Equality, gender, social justice, race and class issues, international fiction,
poetry and progressive children's books. Gay friendly knowledgeable staff. It's
worth a trip to www.anotherstory.ca.
Open 7 days a week, 315 Roncesvalles Ave. Tel: 416-462-1104.| Queer West Village
Toronto, Ontario (416) 703-4400
Art Metropole is an Artist run centre that publishes, promotes, exhibits,
archives and distributes artists' publications and other materials. Art Metropole
was founded in 1974 by the Canadian artists' group General Idea as a not-for-profit
corporation incorporated under the laws of the province of Ontario. Get your
copy of the latest edition of Headmaster, the biannual print magazine for the
sophisticated man-lover who appreciates smart writing and thought-provoking
art.. 1490 Dundas St W Queer West Village, Toronto Ontario. http://www.artmetropole.com/
GAY MEN'S BATHHOUSE - Central Spa - (C-Spa is the cleanest bathhouse
in the city) 1610 Dundas St. West 2nd Floor at Brock, two blocks west of Dufferin
northside. 416. 588.6191 15 rooms, 60 lockers regular room See website
for prices...First of all, Central Spa is in a very different location
than most other gay bathhouses. Rather that being smack dab in the middle of
the Church Street area of Toronto, Central Spa is in the West End where an up-and-coming
gay district is developing around such great hang-outs as The Beaver and the
Garrison. It’s situated right in the heart of little Portugal and not surprizingly
gets a lot of guys from the neighbourhood. If you’re looking to meet some guys
to hook up with, word on the street is the best time to go is Monday’s in the
afternoon. Yes, you read that right. An unknown fact is that a lot of in-the-closet
married guys want to get their fix in the afternoon on lunch break when no body
else would suspect a thing. Because of this, if you’re looking for a nice, relaxing
steam with few folks around, the best time to go is on a Friday night. Little
Portugal (Rua Acores) neighbourhood - Queer West Village Toronto, Ontario. www.centralspa.com
Brenda Holmes, MSW,RSW - Individual counselling and group work at the
Village Healing Centre, 240 Roncesvalles Ave. Issues include but not limited
to life transitions, spirituality, sexuality, body image, stress, and family
violence. For more information contact Brenda at 416-616-3251 or firstname.lastname@example.org
| Queer West Village Toronto, Ontario.
Come As You Are is Canada's co-operatively run sex toy, book and video store.
Our approach to sexuality is one of respect, openness, humour, communication
and responsibility. We are service and community, oriented; accessible and disability-positive.
Come As You Are was a Queer West Arts Festical sponsors in 2007. 701 Queen
Street West, Toronto, Ontario M6J 1E6. Canada, Toronto: 416-504-7934. Outside
of Toronto: 1-877-858-3160. For general inquiries:email@example.com
| Queer West Village, Toronto Ontario.
Counselling/ Psychotherapy for all - Holistic, eclectic approach to
psychotherapy counselling. Using talk therapy, body-centered psychotherapy,
meditation, regression therapy, experiential, psychodrama, gestalt, and energy
psychology. Lori-Ann Wesley, M.A., R.I.H.R.,R.Y.T. Member of OACCPP. Website:www.holisticounselling.com
416-208-3178. Office Location: Palmerston BL./ Bathurst and College.
| Queer West Toronto, Ontario.
A respected, Roncesvalles, High Park Real Estate specialist. Check his Bulletin
Board for community links. Chander is a caring guy! Call him for all your real
estate needs and questions. 416-410-2423 Roncesvalles - Queer West Village Toronto,
Registered College of Homeopaths Doctor, Laura Coramai. Toronto
Based and Queer/Trans positive. Anti-Oppressive and working from model of Self-Determination/Empowerment
as well as truly Holistic approach to health and well-being. Specializes in
Chronic Conditions and Families as well. http://www.livinghomeopathy.com/for
Toronto realtor Julie Kinnear (Out and Proud Lesbian) has been helping
people in Toronto sell and buy their homes for the last 18 years at Royal LePage
where she has been from her first year in the business. And for the last 14,
Julie has been one of their top award winners every year. What motivates Julie
and her whole team, is producing the most satisfying results for their clients.
Selling homes in Bloor West Village, High Park, Parkdale, Roncesvalles Village,
Sunnylea Etobicoke, Swansea, The Kingsway, The Annex, Cabbagetown, Chaplin Estates,
Davisville and King West Village Ways To contact Julie - Mailing Address:
The Julie Kinnear Team Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd. 2320 Bloor Street
West Toronto, ON M6S 1P2 Office: 416 762 8255 Fax: 416 762 8853 Toll Free: 1
866 335 1900 - Contact Julie Telephone - 416 762 8255Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Information - Settlement and Apartments DirectoriesApartments for
rent listings, rental housing and condos. Student Housing for Toronto
Universities and Community Colleges. Toronto public housing landlords,
rent geared to income City of Toronto - Government pages. Community and Social
Services in Toronto. Help and advice: Toronto Community Legal Aid
Clinics. Toronto Food banks and emergency shelters: Toronto Hospitals
and Healthcare: Education: Toronto schools, Universities, Community Colleges
and Libraries. Toronto Transportation: For Metropolitan Toronto, Ontario.
Communities including:Agincourt, the Annex, Beaches, Bloor West, Cabbagetown,
the Danforth, Don Mills, Downsview, Downtown Toronto, East York, Etobicoke Lakeshore,
Flemingdon Park, High Park, Jane and Finch, Lawrence Park, Leaside, Long Branch,
Mimico, North Toronto, North York, Parkdale, Regent Park, Rexdale, Riverdale,
Scarborough, St. James Town, St. Paul's, Rosedale, Thorncliffe Park, Weston,
Willowdale and York Region.
Fort York Food Bank - FYFB's Food Program provides low-income individuals (including the LGBTQ community) and families living in our community with a three-day supply of groceries. FYFB is a member agency of the Daily Bread Food Bank and our assigned service area covers the Westside of downtown Toronto, from Yonge to Dovercourt, Lake Ontario to Bloor. Hours of Operation Tuesday 11:00 - 3:00 Thursday 11:00 - 3:00 Friday 11:00 - 3:00 Saturday 11:00 - 3:00 Location: 797 Dundas Street West, one block west of Bathurst St.Toronto, ON. M6J 1V2 Phone: (416) 203-3011 Fax: (416) 203-3275.
(Toronto) Canadian transsexuals fight for their rights. Support information,
rights, links, contact information, health issues and news stories. Email: email@example.com.
2 Spirited People of the First Nations - (new website) A non-profit social services organization whose membership consist of Aboriginal gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people in Toronto. Programs: HIV/AIDS education, outreach, prevention support and counselling. 43 Elm Street, 2nd Floor Toronto, ON M5G 1H1 Tel: 416-944-9300, Fx: 416-944-8381.
Parkdale Community Legal Services A community legal clinic at 1266 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M6K 1L3 Phone: 416-531-2411. We provide free legal advice, assistance and representation to low income residents living in the Parkdale area. They are funded by Legal Aid Ontario and Osgoode Hall Law School at York University. Parkdale Community Legal Services is a community legal clinic located on Queen Street in the west end of Toronto. We provide free legal advice, assistance and representation to low income residents living in the Parkdale area. They are funded by Legal Aid Ontario and Osgoode Hall Law School at York University.
Information for Gay and Lesbians thinking of getting married in Canada
Gay marriage is now legal all provinces and terrorities in Canada. Marriage requirement for the Province of Ontario: Marriage licenses, valid anywhere in Ontario for three months from the date of issue, cost about $83 and are available from any municipal office in Ontario. Both parties must sign an application form and submit it in person, along with a passport or birth certificate and one other photo I.D. There are no residency or citizenship requirements, and a blood test is not required.
Equal Marriage Canadians Kevin Bourassa and Joe Varnell, Toronto partners and widely published authors are advocates for equal marriage for same sex couples. Their website gives advice on equality, advocacy, books, legal advice and wedding tips.
Road To Canada Forum A helpful Public Forum
(Register to ask questions) for those want to sponsor loved ones, Topics Family
Class, economic class, timelines, CSIS processing, clearances, phots exams help,
immigration news, information library, help with settlement and citizenship.
Testimonal: I found this forum much more helpful than LEGIT: Canadian
Immigration for Same-Sex Partners website. I am sponsoring my partner from Hungary.
I did all the forms myself and Road to Canada Forum [http://roadtocanada.com/forums/index.php]
was a great asset.- Michel F. Pare, one of the founders of queerwest.org.
Bloor West Directory - High Park - West Toronto. A Directory for local information,
bars, restaurants, churches, community events A trendy area in the Queer West
Village where lesbians and gay men, live and work.
A Canadian non-profit organization & resource directory. Good listings for
the gay & lesbian community.
www.roncesvallesvillage.ca - The Roncesvalles Village business Improvement Area: serving the businesses and community of Roncesvalles Village, our neighbourhood east of High Park, Queer West Village Toronto, Ontario.