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Montreal Pride March 2021: “Together for All”

Montreal Pride March 2021: “Together for All”

Sunday, Aug 15, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.

The Pride March is back as an in-person event on Aug. 15 and Fierté Montréal Pride invites the public to assemble as of noon at Jeanne-Mance Park for one of the first physical gatherings in support of the 2SLGBTQI+ communities since the beginning of the pandemic, with participants marching along a new route!

The event will be adapted to the current health context which does not authorize a parade as traditionally held, and return to the roots of the Pride movement by handing the public space back to participating communities. Under the theme “Together for All,” this year’s Pride March — with no vehicles, floats or contingents — will focus all the attention on the voices and opinions of our sexually and gender diverse communities so that their demands may be highlighted.

Starting at noon, participants (who do not need to register in advance) will be welcomed at the assembly point in Jeanne-Mance Park, at the corner of Mont-Royal and Parc, for the departure at 1 p.m. Heading south on Parc, the March will continue to René-Lévesque Boulevard and turn east towards Atateken Street, where it will turn left and come to an end in the Village, on Ste-Catherine Street. At 2:30 p.m., the traditional Minute of Silence will be held, in memory of the victims of HIV/AIDS and of homophobia.

Banners, streamers, decorative and advocacy placards with messages of demands and claims will be authorized and even encouraged under the condition that the respect and safety of all be ensured.

For more about the march and the Fierté Montreal Pride Festival (Aug. 9–15), please click here.

Date and Time

Sunday, Aug 15, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Free

Location

Parc Jeanne-Mance, Mont-Royal Avenue West, Montreal, QC