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  • In May 2010 Egale Canada launched MyGSA.ca, a website focused on GSAs and their role in making Canadian schools safer and more LGBTQ inclusive.Gay–straight alliance-Wikipedia
  • He was executive director of Egale Canada during the organization's campaign to obtain recognition of equal civil marriage rights (2003 to 2006).Gilles Marchildon-Wikipedia
  • In 2009, Milbury not once but twice had the temerity to make the observation that "a ban on fighting would lead to the pansification" of the NHL, and in so doing upset Egale Canada, a gay rights group.Mike Milbury-Wikipedia
  • Egale Canada conducted a survey of more than 3700 high school students in Canada between December 2007 and June 2009.Gay bashing-Wikipedia
  • The decision met with outrage from LGBT advocacy organization Egale Canada.School District 36 Surrey-Wikipedia
  • "Helen Kennedy, executive director of human rights group Egale Canada, said she wasn't familiar with the straight flag -- and Sunday's ceremony was the first time she had heard of it being raised in Canada."Chipman, New Brunswick-Wikipedia

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