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Gay Saskatchewan

 

  • SASK Home

  • Resource & Social Groups

  • Pride

  • Gay Bars

  • Youth Groups

  • Churches

  • Health & Wellness

  • Gay Tourism

  • Gay Friendly Businesses

 

Saskatchewan's Virtual Gaybourhood

The purpose of this website is to provide a resource base for Saskatchewan's gay community and GLBT visitors to Saskatchewan. To provide a central point for queer / gay people in our community to easily find links to the information they need to create their own social and support networks through sport, art or any other nonpolitical LGBT community based group. To provide a central point for our not for profit grassroots community and social organizations where they can be easily found by Saskatchewan's Gay GLBT community.

If your not for profit organization would like to link to MyDavieVillage.com please let me know and I will be happy to help you out. Even if your group doesn’t have a web page let me know and I will be happy to add a page to this website telling Saskatchewna's GLBT community about your group, your contact information and will even include pictures showcasing your group or club if you like.

My Davie Village is a community service website for the betterment of Saskatchewan's gay/lgbt community.  Business listings are FREE to gay friendly businesses who serve our community.  Please let us know if you would like your business listed.

 

Gay Resources & Social Groups in Saskatchewan

Regina

 

Gay Lesbian Regina Gay Regina The Gay & Lesbian Community of Regina is a non-profit organization that has been community owned and operated by volunteers since 1972. Link
Gay Pride Regina UR Pride Centre located at Riddell Centre at the University of Regina,  is a positive space and  consists of an office and drop-in lounge space. Link

 

Saskatoon

Gay Saskatoon Avenue Community Centre Avenue Community Centre serves all genders and sexual orientations. Services include; peer support counselling, information resources, club groups and social connections. Link
Gay Saskatchewan Curling Sports Prairie Lily Curling League is a non-profit organization aimed at providing a safe space for LGBT + Straight friendly members to enjoy the sport of curling.
Bridge City Chorus Gay Saskatoon The Bridge City Chorus (BCC) is a non-profit corporation comprised of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people and their friends & allies who love music. Link

 

  • Same Sex Marrage Saskatoon Embracing everything that is wonderful about love and marriage for all people, gay and straight in the wonderful city of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan! Link
Gay Saskatoon Saskatchewan Saskatoon LGBTQ Social Group Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning (LGBTQQ) people in Saskatoon! The intention of this group is to allow LGBTQQ individuals to make new friends, find a community, share experiences, and to just relax and hangout. Link
  • Vintage Movers & Shakers Club A social group geared towards men and women 50+. The Vintage Movers & Shakers group brunch happen on the 3rd Sunday every month at 12:30pm at the Park Town, and are open to all ages. To get more information or to book your spot at the brunch email us. saskatoon.brunch@yahoo.ca
Gay Sports Groups Saskatchewan Volleyball Mixed recreational volleyball, Sundays at 4:15 pm. Address: YWCA 6th Ave. & 25th Street Phone: Dale at 261-7160

 

 

Gay Pride Moose Jaw, Regina, and Saskatoon

 

Moose Jaw Gay Pride Moose Jaw Pride celebrating sexual and gender diversity through hosting fun, inclusive and educational events aimed at promoting physical, social and spiritual well-being. Link
Gay Regina Saskatchewan Regina The QUEEN CITY PRIDE FESTIVAL is a week-long festival with various events hosted by both Regina Pride Inc. and other community organizations. The festival aims to build community strength through a presentation of arts, culture, sport, and social events. Each event of the festival is planned with our goals in mind: educate, entertain, and inform. We intend to produce a quality festival that will highlight Regina's diverse community and be an informative experience for those who attend. Link
Gay Saskatoon Diversity Network Saskatoon The Saskatoon Pride Festival, hosted by the Saskatoon Diversity Network (SDN), is an annual week-long festival providing an accessible space in which to celebrate queerness, fostering community pride, and raising awareness of queer culture within the larger community. Link

 

 

Gay Bars in Regina & Saskatoon Saskatchewan

Regina

Regina Gay Bars Q Nightclub and Lounge is a GLBT community-owned club. The GLCR operates Q Nightclub and provides a safe space for GLBT and ally organizations. Yearly memberships are $40. Proceeds go back into the GLBT community. Visitors are welcome 7 days a week, but remember to bring your ID as you may be asked to sign in at the door. Link

 

Saskatoon

Gay Bar Saskatoon DIVA's Saskatoon’s premier gay nightclub catering to the queer community. 110-220 3rd Avenue South (side alley entrance)
Saskatoon SK S7K 1M1 Link
Saskatoon Gay Bar 302 Discotheque & Lounge Saskatoon’s Only Straight Friendly Gay Bar.Link
LINK

Sparticus Men's Spa Your kind of spa.  Regroup and rejuvenate.  Dry sauna, steam room and showers

 

 

Gay LGBT Youth Groups Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan gay youth

'Cause sometimes you just need someone to talk to. The Lesbian Gay Bi Trans Youth Line is a toll-free service provided by youth for youth. Offering support, information and referrals specific to your concerns.

1-800-268-9688

http://www.youthline.ca/about_us.php

  Gay Saskatchewan Youth Groups

PFLAG (Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) Parent support group offering education to anyone with questions or concerns 24 hours a day 7 days a week. National Site Support Line 888.530.6777 http://www.pflagcanada.ca/en/index.html

PFLAG CHAPTERS in Saskatchewan

East Central (Yorkton) Andy Piasta axios@sasktel.net
Estevan Rodney Beatty estevansk@pflagcanada.ca
Humboldt Sarah Miller humboldtsk@pflagcanada.ca
Kindersley Eleanor dewhyley@sasktel.net
Moose Jaw Cathy Miller catannmiller@hotmail.com
Prince Albert Lynne Delorme pralbertsk@pflagcanada.ca
Regina Mary Anne Bachelu
Francine Proulx-Kenzle
mbachelu@accesscomm.ca fproulxkenzle@yahoo.ca
Saskatoon Fran Forsberg Kay Williams saskatoonsk@pflagcanada.ca
Swift Current Trish Ayrey swiftcurrsk@pflagcanada.ca

 

  • Camp fYrefly Saskatchewan volunteer-based, summer leadership retreat for sexual minority and gender variant (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trangendered ,two-spirited, intersexed, queer, questioning) and allied youth. Link
  • OYP Out and Proud Youth is a group of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, questioning and straight youth that meet for activities, discussion, support and fun in Saskatoon. Link
  • Saskatoon Gay-Straight Alliances School Link
  • University of Saskatchewan resources for sexual diversity. Providing information about resources concerning sexual and gender diversity issues. Link

Check our main youth group resource page Link

 

Saskatoon Public Schools
"A Safe Place for Everyone"

 

 

Gay Friendly Churches in Saskatchewan

Gay Church Saskatachewan

Find an affirming Church. The GALIP Foundation is a non profit organization dedicated to bringing the reconciling message of God’s love and reconciliation to the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community.

LGBT Gay Church Saskatachewan

Spirit Pride an LGBT Spirituality Conference Celebrating LGBT Spirituality: Exploring Identity & Spiritual Growth.

 

  • Catholic GLBT organization. Phone: Rita (306) 382-3669 or Greg 934-0177.
Gay Anglicans Saskatoon Saskatchewan
  • Integrity/Saskatoon - Gay and Lesbian Anglicans and friends
    worship together on the second Saturday of every month (except June-August) at 7pm, at at St James,607 Dufferin Avenue, Saskatoon
    Phone: 306-665-6913 Link 
Gay Anglicans Saskatchewan
  • Proud Anglicans of Saskatchewan find a list of welcoming gay friendly welcoming parishes in Saskatoon and Regina Saskatchewan.Link
  • United Church Affirming Group Email: mdeighton@sasktel.net

 

Gay Friendly Churches Regina Saskatoon

 

 

Saskatchewan AIDS & Health Resources

AIDS Saskatoon AIDS Saskatoon is the primary AIDS service organization serving Central and Northern Saskatchewan. We provide outreach, education, and support for people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C (HCV). Link
AIDS Programs South Saskatchewan APSS AIDS Programs South Saskatchewan is a community based, not for profit organization that helps women, children and men living with HIV/AIDS in Regina and Southern Saskatchewan. Link
Gay Saskatoon Alcholics Anonymous Alcoholics Anonymous for GLBT people Wednesdays at 8pm. Grace Westminster United Church, 505 10th Street East, Saskatoon Phone: (306) 665-5626 (Don)

 

The Transgender Project an online collection of profiles designed to record, share and celebrate the personal stories of transgender women and men from across Canada Link

 

Gay Friendly Tourism Saskatchewan

Spring Valley Guest Ranch Located in the beautiful Cypress Hills, the ranch is host to a GLBT only weekend. (usually August) Link

 

Gay Friendly Businesses in Saskatchewan

Gay Saskatchewan businesses

Marz Plumbing Based in Saskatoon, Marz Plumbing offers residential and commercial plumbing services, repairs, and maintenance in Central Saskatchewan, including Warman and Martensville.

 

My Davie Village is a non-profit community service website for the betterment of Saskatchewan's gay/lgbt community.  Business listings are FREE to gay friendly businesses who serve our community.  Please let us know if you would like your business listed by contacting us at
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