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Egale describes itself as a trust to advance the human rights of 2SLGBTQI people in Canada. Egale was founded by Les McAfee in 1986.

Eguale maintains offices at:

120 Carlton Street, Suite 217
Toronto ON M5A 4K2

Egale states:

We believe in a world where every person, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity, can achieve their full potential, free from hatred and bias.

Legal advocacy

Legal advocacy is how we ensure the research, education, and awareness work we do is lasting. Our legal advocacy work helps to make explicit that 2SLGBTQI experiences are reflected in policy at all levels of government and beyond.
– Egale[1]

Egale, represented by Christopher Russo, filed a suit or application in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice against the attorney-general of Canada on 15 June 2021 to extend Charter and human rights to protect intersex persons. The court file number is CV-21-000867SO.000.[2]


See also

External links

REFweb Official website. Retrieved 18 September 2022.