Registration for the Pride Parade is now open
The Pride Parade will take place on Sunday, August 13, 2023 at 1:00 p.m. on René-Levesque Boulevard, from Metcalfe Street to Alexandre-DeSève Street (by the way, the parade will take place this year, promised!).
The Pride Parade will take place on Sunday, August 13, 2023 at 1 p.m.
The Pride Parade is the festival’s flagship event and an opportunity to celebrate the progress of 2SLGBTQIA+ communities and to highlight our demands. The cancellation of the 2022 Pride Parade has shaken our communities; we are working hard to ensure the success of the 2023 Pride Parade.
2SLGBTQIA+ organizations and community groups, sports or socio-cultural clubs, associations, private and public partners, your participation in this celebration and demonstration for the full recognition of the rights of people of sexual and gender diversity is more important than ever. A reminder that registration is free for 2SLBTQIA+ organizations and community groups.
Please note that we continue to take major steps to reduce the ecological footprint of our events, which is why vehicles accepted for the Pride Parade must be electric, hybrid, bio-diesel or propane powered.
Application deadline: June 18 2023, 11:59 PM ET
Please consult the general rules before completing the registration form.
ENTERPRISES – Important
Please contact Gabrielle Sylvestre, Associate Director of Partnerships, at [email protected] or 514-903-6193 ext. 3527 before registering.
WALKER(S)/ELECTRIC VEHICULE TYPE
- Walker – Person or group marching without a vehicle
- Green Vehicle* TYPE A – Car, motorcycle, golf cart
- Environmentally Responsible Vehicle* TYPE B – Bus, pickup truck, small truck, SUV or vehicle pulling a platform from 4′ to 26′ (1.2 m to 8 m), fardier from 35′ to 48′ (10.5 m to 14.5 m).
*The eco-responsible vehicles accepted during the parade are electric, hybrid, bio diesel, propane
Here are the registration categories and links to the forms to register for the 2023 Pride Parade:
Category 1 : 2SLGBTQIA+ organizations and community groups
- 2SLGBTQIA+ organizations and community groups operating with a logic by and for communities.
- Organizations and community groups that are not specifically 2SLGBTQIA+, but reach out to under-represented communities and have a program targeting 2SLGBTQIA+ communities and operating with a logic by and for communities.
- Organizations and community groups outside of Montreal that are not specifically 2SLGBTQIA+, but have a program targeting 2SLGBTQIA+ communities and operating with a logic by and for communities.
- Organizations and community groups whose mission or actions are directly related to one or more of Fierté Montréal’s political demands. To consult the demands, click here.
Category 2 : Political parties, public and governmental organizations and non 2SLGBTQIA+ associations
- Political parties
- Public and governmental organizations
- Non 2SLGBTQIA+ associations
Category 3 : Union associations and professional orders
- Union associations including their 2SLGBTQIA+ offices and committees
- Professional orders including their 2SLGBTQIA+ offices and committees
Category 4 : Private companies and non-2SLGBTQIA+ foundations
- Private companies, including their 2SLGBTQIA+ offices and committees
- Non-2SLGBTQIA+ foundations
Harassment prevention and non-discrimination policy
People and organizations acknowledge that they adhere to the following principles: Fierté Montréal Pride supports equal access and prohibits any form of harassment or discrimination regarding cultural affiliation, ethnic or national origin, beliefs, political convictions, income, sexual or romantic orientation, language, gender identity or expression, age except as provided by law, pregnancy, disability or use of a means to palliate that disability, neurodivergence, intersex status, relationship configuration, HIV/AIDS status, or having received a pardon.
Fierté Montréal Pride is committed to providing an environment free of bullying and harassment. In a collective effort, Fierté Montréal Pride expects everyone involved in Fierté Montréal Pride activities to be proactive in preventing harassment and bullying. No abusive behavior of any kind towards Fierté Montréal Pride staff, volunteers or members, and vice-versa, will be permitted. This includes verbal, physical, sexual and psychological abuse.
Fierté Montréal Pride reserves the right to refuse any entity that does not respect the values of the organization. Any person, organization or entity that promotes racism, xenophobia, homophobia, lesbophobia, transphobia, biphobia, serophobia or geopolitical and religious conflicts will automatically be refused and will not be allowed to participate in Fierté Montréal Pride activities.
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