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  • First trans person appointed judge in Canada

    QueerEvents.ca - queer history - trans judge Kael McKenzie
    Media Credit: Ian McCausland

    Kael McKenzie (born 1971) is appointed to the Provincial Court of Manitoba making him the first transgender person appointed as a judge in Canada.

    "I didn’t set out to be a trailblazer or to try to have courage. It just happened that way.

    Kael McKenzie

    He is a member of the Manitoba Métis Nation and has also served as the Manitoba chair of the Canadian Bar Association, and president of the provincial Rainbow Resource Centre for Manitoba's LGBT2Q+ community.


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Food for Queers Community Program

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Providing support for 2SLGBTQ+ folks experiencing food insecurities within the city of London

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