Brampton Raises Pride Flag for the Month
Brampton is celebrating the LGBTQ+ community!
The city raised the Pride flag on Wednesday, July 5, 2017, during a ceremony in Ken Whillans Square in front of City Hall.
The flag raising happens annually in July thanks to Peel Pride. It’ll be up for the remaining weeks of the month.
According to the city, commemoration of the Pride community in Peel has been a tradition dating back to 2010.
As for events to accompany the celebration, Peel LGBTQ Cafes will be taking place at locations in Brampton, Mississauga, and Bolton for the month of July, where members of the community can connect.
Be sure to stop by Ken Whillans Square and snap a few selfies over the next few weeks!
Photo courtesy of @Brampton_Events on Twitter
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