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5 Summer 2014 picks for LGBT travelers

From Copenhagen to Key West, here's where you should go this summer

Toronto

Rainbow Canadian Flag
Photo by Stephen Weppler/Flickr

It will be 10 days of celebrations in Toronto for WorldPride 2014.  Canada’s most populous city and the first city in North America to host WorldPride, Toronto has an amazing schedule of events planned, June 20 to 29. With support from major arts and culture institutions from across Toronto, WorldPride 2014 will include films, photography exhibits, drag artists, comedy shows, and an array of entertainment, including performances by Melissa Etheridge, Deborah Cox and Martha Wash. Other major events include the WorldPride Human Rights Conference, a weekend long street fair in Toronto’s Gay Village, a massive pride parade and an outdoor disco dance. 

For more information on visiting Toronto and a calendar of events throughout the year, check out seetorontonow.com.

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