Pride is celebrated all around the world to recognize and celebrate the impact of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and two-spirited individuals. It’s also a moment to commemorate the 1969 Stonewall uprising, which sparked the gay rights movement.
Throughout this month, CTN will be sharing stories and content that highlights LGBTQ2S+ communities on our social media channels (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn). This gives us an opportunity to engage in ongoing conversations around the importance of equity, diversity, inclusion and accessibility that stretch well beyond a specific month or day in the year. We encourage you to take a moment to learn more about LGBTQ2S+ communities and their contributions to Canada, celebrate diversity and inclusion and help create an environment where everyone can be their true selves.
CTN is working on its efforts to amplify the voices that need to be heard and create space for the stories that need to be told so we can reflect the communities we so proudly serve.
For more information, please visit the Ministry’s website. For a list of supports and services, please see their resource guide.
Engaging Minds Learning Group - Sensory Sensitive Haircuts - Collingwood
Sensory Friendly Haircuts once a month on Mondays starting December 6th, 2021. Haircuts are priced at $25 (regardless of age).
For individuals who are more hesitant, please, book a 15 min gradual spot which will allow time for the individual to come sit in the room, play with toys and slowly increase tolerance to the sensory elements of the haircut process (water spray, sounds of buzzer if used, sound and feel of scissors).
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