The Rainbow Resource Centre can trace its history back to the early 70′s. It began as a student group at the University of Manitoba, first known as the Campus Gay Club, with a name change in 1973 to Gays for Equality. A telephone information line, peer counselling service and a resource library on the University of Manitoba campus were a few of the first services offered. Gays for Equality went on to become a leader and an important resource for the gay and lesbian community, providing community services, education, outreach and political awareness and activism. Learn more about the Rainbow Resource Centre »

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RRC Board Position

The Board of Directors of the Rainbow Resource Centre is currently recruiting directors to contribute to the LGBTT community in a meaningful way.  If you are associated in some manner with the LGBTT community, you may be interested in participating … Continue reading

LGBTT* Legal Presentations

Students in the Pro Bono Students Canada program have researched and prepared presentations on legal topics important to the LGBTT* community. These presentations are free, but registration is required due to limited space.  Please contact Craig at the Centre (craigg@rainbowresourcecentre.org … Continue reading