Do you organize discussion groups?

Sometimes, we organize discussion groups, online or in person. Certain groups are organized by the Centre or by volunteers from the Centre. For more info concerning the groups, please see our social media or contact us by email or phone.

Otherwise, in Montreal, there are excellent community resources aimed towards people who want the support of a group or who require individual aid. The Centre’s role also is to direct you to one or more resources that best fit your specific needs.

I experience DISCRIMINATION because of my sexual ORIENTATION OR MY gender identity. What are my options ?

You feel that your rights have not been respected ? Éducaloi has a complete guide on the rights of LGBTQ+ people:

You have been the victim of an heinous act, you want it recorded, but do not want to file a complaint with the police ? 2 platforms exist to signal it anonymously:

– Info-Crime Montréal:

– Interligne (formerly Gai Écoute) offers Alix:

If you want legal information (French only) specific to LGBTQ+ issues, you may contact Interligne :

If you are confused as to how to go about it or about the resources available to help you, contact us by phone and we will do our best to refer you to the appropriate resources for your situation.

I am outside of Canada and i experience discrimination due to my sexual orientation or my gender identity. May i require the services of the Centre ?

The Centre does not have the necessary resources to directly help people who are not currently in Canada.

However, here is a list of resources that might be useful to you :

– Rainbow railroad: Organization that helps people, discriminated due to their sexual orientation or gender identity, to leave their country of origin. However, delays might be very long and they are not active in every geographic zone.

– Oram: Organization similar to Rainbow railroad.

– Asylum connect: This website lists various LGBTQ+ resources worldwide.